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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Monday, June 26, 2017


By: Paul Miller

South Carolina House Bill 3643, which would have the southern state adopt the U.S. State Department’s definition of anti-Semitism, was on the cusp of passage Thursday but was stalled by a Democratic lawmaker on the final day of the state legislature’s session. The bill’s adoption is now delayed until at least Jan. 9, 2018, the legislature’s next session.

Sources working closely with a bipartisan group of South Carolina legislator told the Haym Salomon Center that State Sen. Brad Hutto (D-Orangeburg), the “lone obstacle” to getting the measure passed, was “targeted and influenced by anti-Israel professors and Students for Justice in Palestine.” A letter sent to Hutto, shared on Twitter, supports the sources’ claims. Hutto

The Middle East Forum has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to secure the release of documents related to the Obama administration's Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) grant program.

The grant program, which began last year, is intended to assist "efforts at the community level to counter violent extremist recruitment and radicalization to violence," but MEF was concerned about U.S. Islamist groups – themselves radicals – receiving CVE funds. Indeed, grant

Lutheran church leaders are again asking the U.S. government to pay some of the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) unpaid bills, but the American Jewish Committee (AJC), in a reversal, is declining to assist the Lutheran effort.

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), which is the country’s largest Lutheran denomination, is mobilizing its members to urge members of Congress to pay the PA’s debts to the Lutheran-sponsored Augusta Victoria hospital, in eastern Jerusalem.

The hospital

A week after President Donald Trump sparked anger in Turkey by authorizing the arming of Syrian Kurds, he welcomed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the White House on Tuesday.

Trump said the two leaders would hold “long and hard discussions” regarding the relationship between their countries.

“We've had a great relationship and we will make it even better. So we're going to have a very, very strong and solid discussion," he said.

The United States sees the Kurdish force, the YPG, as

Candidates Jim Johnson, Ray Lesniak, and John Wisniewski all chastised Philip D. Murphy at the debate for the Democratic primary for governor of New Jersey on Thursday, reports the New York Times.

“My Democratic Party is based on principles, not on Phil Murphy’s money,” said Mr. Lesniak.

“The insiders play the games for themselves and you’re in bed with the insiders.” said Mr. Johnson.

According to the New York Times, the debate was held in NJTV’s studios in Newark, NJ and it quickly became