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Brian Schaefer is a New York-based contributor to Haaretz.
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Republican Jewish congressman urges Mike Pompeo to hire special envoy, citing Pittsburgh massacre as further proof of position's importance
The 12th Other Israel Film Festival starts this week, offering a valuable insight into what it means to be a minority in Israel
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With President Donald Trump supporting this month's celebration of both Jewish and Asian/Pacific heritage in the United States, we visit the New York spot where both cultures meet
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In the past 15 years, Muslim Americans have abandoned the GOP. Now, Trump’s rhetoric is mobilizing them in record numbers against him. 'It reminds them of places they fled from or came from,' a Clinton campaign staffer says.
Have we forgotten so soon? Until recently, the Jewish people had spent much of our existence under the rule of men like Donald Trump. Now that another one is on the ballot, our history demands we reject him.
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Israeli author Lavie Tidhar’s unsettling alternative history novel treats the Holocaust as pulp fiction, and is an eerie read in this election cycle and after the U.K.’s shocking vote.
If Omar Mateen was indeed a closeted gay man, the massacre’s initial symbolism as an Islamist homophobic attack has been uncomfortably overtaken by a revenge narrative. Tel Aviv’s LGBT community has been there before.
And say ‘gun control’. And ‘LGBT rights’. Both Republicans and Democrats have soul searching to do.
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According to white supremacists, the American pop star is waiting for the election of Donald Trump to safely announce her 'Aryan agenda' to the world.
In East Coast primaries, some align with the demographic trends of their parents, others with their peers. Most categorically reject Trump and express dismay at the toxic electoral process.
The lesson of Zimmerman's suspension from the Sanders campaign may have less to do with her Israel views than with the lasting consequences of how we use social media.
John Kasich to Haaretz: U.S. Should Stay Out of Israeli-Palestinian Peace Negotiations Unless It’s Asked
Following a New York campaign event, Republican presidential candidate John Kasich spoke to Haaretz about anti-Semitism, the Iran Deal and why Israel should have 'military superiority in every way.'
Since the Holocaust, American Jews' collective cry has been: Don't let history be repeated. That starts with zero tolerance for inflammatory speech. Trump’s campaign is made of little else.
In the era of Black Lives Matter, inner-city rabbis are urging Jews to reaffirm their commitment to social justice.
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Reexamining the relationship between American Jews and race over the last decades, Haaretz looks at why Jews aren’t visible in the fight for racial justice today.
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