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Ritchie Torres Is the Future of "Pro-Israel" Politics – Jewish Currents

| October 18, 2021

Torres also received at least $28,000 in individual donations from prominent Zionists, including some with anti-Muslim and anti-Arab views: Nina Rosenwald, the founder of the Gatestone Institute, a think tank that has called for a ban on all Muslim immigration, gave $1,000 to Torres; Marty Peretz, the former New Republic editor who once wrote that Muslim life is cheap and Arab society is backward, gave approximately $2,600. Haim Saban, the Hollywood mogul who called for more scrutiny of Muslims after the 2015 ISIS attacks in Paris, donated $2,800, as did Gottesman, the DMFI board member, who once wrote: Gaza is full of monsters

Israels COVID death toll surpasses 8,000 – The Times of Israel

| October 18, 2021

He lied: Iraqis still blame Powell for role in Iraq war For many Iraqis, the name Colin Powell conjures up one image: the man who, as US secretary of state, went before the UN Security Council in 2003 to make the case for war against their country. Word of his death Monday at age 84 dredges up feelings of anger in Iraq toward the former general and diplomat, one of several Bush administration officials whom they hold responsible for a disastrous US-led invasion that led to decades of death, chaos, and violence in Iraq

Holidays & Heritage Months Seramount

| October 18, 2021

March is Womens History Month. Started in 1987, Womens History Month recognizes all women for their valuable contributions to history and society.

The performative nature of heritage months | Editorials | valleybreeze.com – Valley Breeze

| October 9, 2021

Editors note: This week starts our new schedule of columnists in the slot thats typically been filled by Arlene Violet. As a reminder, Arlene will now be writing once per month in her retirement, starting next month, and three other columnists will be writing on other weeks, including Marcela Betancur, Tom Ward, and Ricardo Pitts-Wiley. Since Sept

"The Many Saints of Newark" Disappoints – City Journal

| October 9, 2021

The Many Saints of Newark, the prequel to the beloved TV series The Sopranos that opened last week in theaters and on HBO Max, is the biggest film disappointment of 2021 so far. If The Sopranos paved the way to a new cinematic art formthe multipart, multi-season TV dramathe prequel seems to want to bury an entire genre: the ethnic mafia film

The BroadsheetDAILY ~ 10/7/221 ~ Governor Hochul Announces Funding to Protect Against Hate Crimes – ebroadsheet.com

| October 9, 2021

1691 The charter for the Province of Massachusetts Bay is issued. 1763 King George III issues the Royal Proclamation of 1763, closing Indigenous lands in North America north and west of the Alleghenies to white settlements

Bipartisan Support for Israel Is BrokenHere’s How to Fix It – The National Interest

| October 2, 2021

The U.S.-Israeli bond is a flexible and wide bridge.

Oldest, first synagogue in Phoenix turns 100 years old – AZFamily

| October 2, 2021

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) One hundred years ago this month, the oldest synagogue in the Phoenix area was built.

Hispanic Americans have served with distinction since nations founding – United States Army

| October 2, 2021

During National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Army and the nation take time to commemorate the many contributions made by Hispanic Americans who have shaped our national character and strengthened our communities. Since the founding of this nation Hispanic Americans have proudly answered the call to duty in the U.S. armed forces and continue to do so today preserving a proud legacy

UCI Podcast: Hctor Tobar on the diverse faces of Latino America – UCI News

| October 2, 2021

Latino people from all 50 states shape American culture and politics, but despite their diversity, they are too often viewed as belonging to a single category.


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