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While a tussle between an Orthodox Jewish journalist and President Donald Trump at the president’s first full question and answer session with the press since the inauguration drew criticism from establishment Jewish organizations and Jewish Democratic lawmakers, the man at the center of the controversy says such efforts to smear Trump are utterly fallacious.
Jake Turx, a correspondent for the Ami magazine, questioned the president regarding the recent rise in anti-Semitism at Thursday’s press conference, citing a spate of bomb threats against Jewish institutions.
Midway through the question, however, Trump shut down Turx, calling the query “not a simple question, not a fair question.”
Establishment Jewish leaders and Jewish Democrats
On Wednesday, as Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu made his first visit with President Trump, the United States-Israel Security Alliance - a bi-partisan ad-hoc committee - convened on Capitol Hill to thank leading and influential members of the Senate who have shown unwavering support to Israel, and to urge them to continue to fight to protect Israel. "The U.S.-Israel Security Alliance is comprised of prominent business leaders who represent a cross-section of views, but are
American Jewish leaders are enthusiastically applauding President Donald Trump’s call on the Palestinian Authority (PA) to remove anti-Jewish hate material from its school books.
At his press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Feb. 15, Trump said “the Palestinians have to get rid of” the anti-Israel and anti-Jewish material that appears in PA school texts. “They're taught tremendous hate,” he said. “I’ve seen what they’re taught…it starts at a very young age and it starts in
More than 100 headstones were damaged in an attack on a Jewish cemetery in St. Louis on Monday, according to an INN report.
Investigators with the University City Police Department are working to determine who knocked over or damaged the headstones at the Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery, according to local television affiliate Fox2.
Police would not say if they considered the vandalism to be a hate crime or not. It is believed some organization was behind the crime, meaning this was not the
United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley issued a scathing criticism of the UN Security Council over their “anti-Israel” bias on Thursday after emerging from her first regular monthly meeting at the international body.
“I have to admit; it was a bit strange,” Haley said of the council’s agenda.
The former South Carolina governor noted that while it is the UN Security Council’s mission to discuss ways to maintain international peace and security, their meeting on the Middle