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WJC leader and former US envoy Ron Lauder says it's the president who sets American foreign policy.
Nearly two dozen international members of parliament will arrive in Jerusalem to celebrate its liberation at a conference during Sukkot.
The attempt to interrogate Lauder suggests police are sitting on solid suspicions against the prime minister, since the permission to detain a foreign dignitary of Lauder's stature likely required the consent of AG Avihai Mandelblit.
On May 19, 1943, Germany was declared Judenrein (clean of Jews), with no Jewish high schools. Now we're back to three, and counting.
German Culture Minister Monika Grütters told the New York Times last March that a Jewish member on the committee “would be the only voice who would be prejudiced.”
A global forum on anti-Semitism marks the 22nd anniversary of the terror attack on the AMIA Jewish Center.
The legislation is sponsored by Republican senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn of Texas and Democratic senators Chuck Schumer of New York and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut.
The good news is that a 62% majority of US respondents believe that the BDS movement is a form of modern anti-Semitism.
"If I post something from Adele or Taylor Swift, you can bet it'll be gone in a few hours."
British PM Cameron is praised by WJC Pres. Lauder for a 5-point plan to fight anti-Semitism and radical Islamic extremism.
Only one of the major Jewish organizations issued a statement of unqualified support for the nuclear agreement with Iran. Guess which.
“We cannot guarantee that a humanitarian catastrophe of the extent of the Holocaust will not happen again,” said Red Cross President Peter Maurer.
Lauder: 'Jews demanded no 'Right of Return' to Germany or Austria or Poland or any other European country.'
The World Jewish Congress slammed a Polish magazine report that alleged corrupt practices in the restitution and management of Jewish property in Poland. In a...
Holocaust survivors and victims’ heirs have received $1.24 billion from a Swiss fund set up in 1998 following a scandal over dormant accounts of...
An anonymous letter sent to the Claims Conference’s Frankfurt office in 2001 identified five cases where restitution was approved for ineligible claimants.
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