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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Friday, July 21, 2017

JV Editorial

The Warwick New York Hotel, the place for visiting Mid-Eastern despots.Apparently the folks at the Warwick Hotel believe that the returns from hosting a would-be genocidal dictator are worth more than the negative publicity such an act brings. We at the Jewish Voice call upon our readers to help us prove them wrong!

Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmedinejad is speaking at the U.N. again this month, but that certainly doesn’t mean he needs to receive luxury accommodations in the heart of Manhattan. It’s shameful enough that Iran’s lunatic-in-chief, who simultaneously denies the Holocaust yet has publicly, repeatedly declared his dedication to usher in a second one, is allowed on American soil at all! But that any self-respecting business owners would roll out the red carpet for the mamzer is just baffling, from a

Sheldon Silver, Speaker of the New York State AssemblyIt’s one thing to cover for a co-worker. But keeping a colleague’s personal escapades quiet with the liberal application of hush money, when ethics regulations demand otherwise, is completely unacceptable.

Assemblyman Shelly Silver’s admission of moral culpability in keeping a lid on the sexual harassment case against Assemblyman Vito Lopez may prove too little, too late.

It seems that harassment charges against Lopez were dropped after a settlement was reached, with Sheldon’s involvement, to

The New York Post recently reported that Brooklyn State Civil Court Judge Noach Dear has roiled attorneys representing major credit card companies, as they assert that he routinely dismisses cases against those who have defaulted on their credit card payments.

One plaintiff attorney even charged Judge Dear with “prejudice, impropriety, lack of impartiality and bias,” but this issue demands further examination.

During the throes of this economic downturn when unemployment rates are still

At the risk of preaching to the choir (or the “minyan,” we guess?), there is an issue that we at the Jewish Voice would like to clear the air about, and that is, exactly what constitutes anti-Semitism, and when, if ever, it “doesn’t count.”

Anti-Semitism is defined as “Hostility and prejudice directed against Jewish people; (also) the theory, action, or practice resulting from this.” (Thank you, Oxford English Dictionary.) Note that nowhere in the definition of the term is it stipulated that the

It seems like the few stories we read nowadays involving wanted Nazi war criminals includes them being let off the hook, because they’re old, or frail, or sick.

Or because it happened a long time ago. As if any of these are valid reasons to excuse the perpetrators of the Holocaust. We thought we’d heard every lame excuse in the book, but alas, we have heard a new one. In this case, it involves accused Hungarian war criminal Charles Zentai. The Hungarians want him extradited to finally face some