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Posts Tagged: Justice For Some

May 17, 2020 11:31 am
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One Professor’s Anti-Israel Fantasy

Of the laceration of Israel there is no end. The most recent contributor to this favored pastime is Noura Erakat, a Rutgers University professor and...

Culture

Black Jewish Rapper Addresses Antisemitism, Racism and Dual Identity in His Music

Black Jewish rapper Noah Shufuntinsky, also known as Westside Gravy, talked in a...

Niio Wants to Be the Netflix of the Digital Art World and COVID-19 Has Helped It

CTech - Many sectors have suffered from the impact of the global coronavirus...

Thousands Call on Israel’s Army Radio to Drop Pop Star Dua Lipa

JNS.org - A petition signed by thousands of Israelis was sent on Wednesday to Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz and...

Features

‘Your People Will Be My People’: A Shavuot Shout-Out to Ruth’s ‘Daughters’

JNS.org - “You shall love the convert, for you were strangers in the...

One New York Family’s Story of Surviving Coronavirus

JNS.org - For Sarit Haviv, 53, of Mill Basin in Brooklyn, New York, the toughest part of having COVID-19 was...

World

Iran Frees American, US Allows Dual Citizen to Visit Iran in Deal

A US Navy veteran who said he contracted the coronavirus while detained in Iran since 2018 was freed on Thursday as part of a deal in which the United States...

Israel

Israel Donates Wheelchairs to Coronavirus-Stricken Ecuador

Israel donated a shipment of wheelchairs on Friday to the mayor of Quito, the capital of Ecuador, one of the Latin American nations hardest hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. “The wheelchairs...

Middle East

Iran Signs Two-Year Contract With Iraq to Export Electricity: IRNA

Iran has signed a two-year contract with Iraq to export electricity to the neighboring country, Iranian state news agency IRNA on Thursday quoted the country's Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian as...

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