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Eric Fusfield, Esq. has been B’nai B’rith International’s director of legislative affairs since 2003 and deputy director of the B’nai B’rith International Center for Human Rights and Public Policy since 2007. He holds a B.A. from Columbia University in history; an M.St. in modern Jewish studies from Oxford University; and a J.D./M.A. from American University in law and international affairs.

ARTICLES BY: Eric Fusfield


February 16, 2017 7:14 am
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Alt-Right Hero Richard Spencer Embarking on College Lecture Tour

Alt-right leader Richard Spencer, who garnered national attention with his controversial appearance at Texas A&M University last December, plans to sow his white nationalism on college campuses...

December 2, 2015 9:10 pm
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The Swedish Tiger Roars as Synagogues Close

It was a familiar slogan throughout war-time Sweden: en Svensk tiger, which can be translated as “a Swedish tiger” -- or, more to the point: “a Swede...

Culture

Jewish Singer-Songwriter Adam Schlesinger Dies From Coronavirus Complications

Adam Schlesinger, a singer-songwriter for the pop bands Fountains of Wayne and Ivy,...

Mexican-Jewish Dance Group Showcases New Choreography Planned for Cancelled Festival

The Mexican-Jewish folk ensemble Anajnu Veatem shared on YouTube over the weekend new...

Jerusalem Orchestra Members Perform Virtual Concert From Homes in Israel, New York

The Jerusalem Orchestra East & West did a virtual performance last week to...

World

UK Labour Party Elects Moderate as New Leader

Keir Starmer was elected as the leader of Britain's main opposition Labour Party on Saturday, pledging to bring an end to years of bitter infighting and to work with the...

Israel

In Battle Against Coronavirus, IDF Converts Assembly Lines to Make Medical ...

As the global coronavirus crisis continues, Israeli military assembly lines designed to make tank components and body armor have been...

Middle East

Jordan’s Nationwide Curfew Brings Country to Standstill

Jordan confined its 10 million inhabitants to their homes in a sweeping one-day curfew on Friday that brought public life to a complete stop in a stepped-up bid to stem...

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