The nomination sets off a new tug of war as Democrats attempt to overrule the Republican-led Senate in upcoming confirmation hearings.
Halie Soifer of the Jewish Democratic Council of America, sought to dispel the notion that they were objecting to the substance, saying “the measure was manipulated using anti-Semitism for political purposes.”
The decision followed a firestorm of criticism from Palestinian Authority Arabs and pro-PA advocacy groups.
Shulem Lemmer will be interviewing U.S. Assistant Secretary for Health Brett Giroir to gain more information to pass on to areas in New York that are seeing a rise in cases.
Of course, this will not be exactly the first time in the history of business transactions that the real new owners, for a variety of reasons, prefer to act through a representative.
“The enforcement process results in more communal division than unity, and significant time and resources,” said William Daroff, CEO of the Conference of Presidents, in a statement.
It appears the issue for most people, at least in New York City, is not the physical discomfort of the test.
Unwilling to simply accept the inevitable, Miriam Werczberger sent an email to Oscar Munoz and Scott Kirby at United Airlines.
In response, San Francisco State University Professor Rabab Abdulhadi posted on social media: “We are not accepting Zoom’s caving in to Zionist and racist pressures. SFSU has an obligation to protect our classes.”
Israel’s Qualitative Military Edge “is a matter of U.S. law, not policy,” says U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman.
The trial is designed to evaluate whether the investigational Janssen COVID-19 vaccine can prevent symptomatic COVID-19 after a single dose regimen.
“We are concerned about how COVID-19 may be affecting Orthodox communities in these neighborhoods and beyond."
Zoom said it was responding to a protest in front of its headquarters of several Jewish organizations led by End Jew Hatred.
When U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Friday, September 18, at her home in Washington, D.C., it was just around the time of shkiah – the beginning of Rosh Hashanah and Shabbos.
The president reiterated that the recent normalization and economic deals represent “the dawn of the new Middle East.”
“Having Chinese tanks, or Chinese air-defense systems or defensive missile systems in Iran in the first instance threatens the people of Iran, in the second instance, threatens the people of the Middle East, and the next people who come under threat are the people who live in Europe,” said U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
“Here's someone of, by and for Brooklyn and this city who did the greatest things on the world stage.”
The deal reportedly must honor an agreement with Israel that guarantees a “qualitative military edge” over any Middle Eastern states that purchase U.S. weapons.
The survey indicates great worries about the future in case of the continued severing of relations with Israel.
A-G Barr: "It is my hope that the cities identified by the Department of Justice today will reverse course and . . . start protecting their own citizens."
A joint statement by the US and Qatar on Friday on the strategic dialogue raised tensions in the Palestinian Authority and there is a growing understating that Qatar is becoming an important link in the implementation of American policy.
“It will be a woman. A very talented, very brilliant woman who I haven’t chosen yet, but we have a number of women on the list."
The move comes as the U.N. arms embargo on the regime is set to be extended indefinitely.
The coalition will work to underscore the significance of the Trump administration’s pro-Israel and pro-Jewish policies.
This was a big oops. Because, as IH itself put it, Mohammed Dahlan is a bitter political rival of PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.
Despite his achievements—and the mention of his Jewish son-in-law, daughter and grandchildren—the U.S. president expressed astonishment that the Jewish vote “seems to be almost automatically a Democratic vote.”
“Why did you take money from a convicted fraudster to publish racist and anti-Semitic propaganda?”
Poland is the only European Union member-state that has not adopted a national comprehensive private-property restitution law.
The designation has been criticized by some, including Al Jazeera Media Network, as being part of the newly signed Abraham Accords with Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.
In New York State an astounding 19% of Millennial and Gen Z respondents felt Jews caused the Holocaust.