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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Monday, June 26, 2017

National

Obama spent much of his speech criticizing the action taken by Former President Ulysses Grant (pictured above) to dismiss Jews “as a class” from the military district of Tennessee 150 years ago.President Obama commended those who petition the government to resolve communal discord at a White House get-together celebrating Jewish American Heritage Month late last month, JTA reported.

“We don’t just celebrate all that American Jews have done for our country; we also look toward the future,” Obama said. “And as we do, I know that those of you in this room, but folks all across this country will continue to help perfect our union, and for that I am extraordinarily grateful.”

Obama spent much of his speech criticizing the action taken by Former President Ulysses Grant to dismiss Jews “as a class” from Tennessee’s military department 150 years ago, the anniversary of which was commemorated on the day Obama spoke.

“It was wrong,” Obama commented

Vice President Joe Biden, with Malcolm Hoenlein and Richard Stone, speaks to delegates of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations May 21. Credit: Conference of Presidents.A delegation of 70 leaders of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations met in Washington, DC, on May 21 with Vice President Joe Biden and other officials to discuss a variety of foreign policy issues.

Rather than Biden, President Barack Obama was the headliner of last year’s White House meeting with Conference of Presidents delegates. At that March 2011 gathering, Obama reportedly told Jewish leaders to search their souls over Israel’s seriousness about making

Accused War Criminal Ratko Mladic in 1993 (PHOTO CREDIT: EVSTAFIEV MIKHAIL)While serving as a Goldfarb fellow with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Committee on Conscience, journalist Michael Dobbs Dobbs has assembled a comprehensive resource of the evidence amassed against Bosnian Serb military leader Ratko Mladic, whose trial for orchestrating the largest massacre in Europe since World War II began last week in The Hague.

This information is hosted on the Museum’s website at www.ushmm.org/mladic-files, and over the next few months Dobbs will provide

TIME Magazine devoted its cover story this week to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, who was named “King Bibi”, in a play on the name of famous blues artist B.B. King.

The article was written by TIME’s managing editor Richard Stengel and it profiles Israel’s Prime Minister, explaining why he is “the King of Israel”.

“Netanyahu is poised to become the longest-serving Israeli Prime Minister since David Ben-Gurion, the founding father of Israel,” writes Stengel. “He has no national rival. His

The cover of Newsweek’s May 21 issue, in which Obama was dubbed “The First Gay President”.After years for which he essentially kept mum on the issue, President Barack Obama has finally decided to plunge into the social policy arena and endorse same-sex marriage.
The president’s announcement came in an interview with Robin Roberts of ABC News.

“At a certain point I’ve just concluded that for me, personally, it is important for me to go ahead and affirm that I think same-sex couples should be able to get married,’’ Obama told Roberts in a nationally broadcasted program last Wednesday.

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