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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, August 22, 2017

National

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee began hearings last week on S.474, known as the Taylor Force Act, which will defund the Palestinian Authority (PA) until they cease and denounce their "Pay to Slay" policy, which rewards terrorists and their families for acts against Israel and the United States. Liberty Counsel and Christians in Defense of Israel have been instrumental in encouraging legislators to hold this hearing.

The bill’s sponsor, Senator Lindsey Graham, opened the hearing by introducing this legislation that would stop the incentive payments to terrorists to kill innocent civilians. In attendance was Stuart Force, the father of U.S. army veteran and Vanderbilt student, Taylor Force, for whom the bill is named. Taylor served

Canada has lifted a ban on selling wines from Judea and Samaria marked as made in Israel, just two days after putting it in place.

On Thursday, July 13, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) said it had lifted a directive that wine products classified as a “Product of Israel” would be deemed unauthorized for sale as long as their production originated from the West Bank. In the wake of the July 11 directive, the Liquor Control Board of Ontario’s (LCBO) instructed vendors to take products

The extremely wealthy owner of the New England Patriots and confidant to President Donald Trump, Robert Kraft, recently spent $90,000 on a four-night getaway in a rental in the Hamptons.

According to The Post, “The Farrell Building Co.-designed spread is on the market for $15.99 million, just down the road from billionaire Blackstone Group CEO Stephen Schwarzman — who also has ties to The Donald as an adviser — and Pete Peterson, the former secretary of commerce under President Richard Nixon

Teach NJS thanked the New Jersey legislature and Governor Chris Christie for delivering a budget that includes substantial increases in aid for nonpublic school students in New Jersey, including Jewish day schools and yeshivas. Teach NJS is a project of day schools across the state, the Orthodox Union and several federations.

The fiscal year 2018 budget (which begins July 1, 2017) allocates $40 million in government aid for New Jersey’s nonpublic schools on a per pupil basis, $6 million more

Police are searching for a suspect who was caught carving more than two dozen swastikas into fresh cement in Brooklyn, the New York Daily News reported.

The vandalism occurred early Saturday morning in the predominately Jewish neighborhood of Midwood. The surveillance footage showed a dark-haired man etching several of the Nazi symbols in new cement outside of 242 Newkirk Ave. as he held a flashlight in his mouth, according to a Metro US report.

Brooklyn Assemblyman Dov Hikind told the Daily