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Most New Yorkers don’t think much about Scranton, Pennsyvania, the once-upon-a-time railroad and coal town that famously helped shape Joe Biden’s youth. And if they think of Scranton at … more
Like all those who publish here, I too am a warrior and a wordsmith. I am driven by ideas. They rule my waking life. But some days are too hard. I’ve been writing about antisemitism … more
Mount Sinai South Nassau dedicated its new Maidenbaum Health Care Heroes Plaza on Monday, using the occasion to salute the hospital’s doctors, nurses and other health care workers for their … more
More than 300 influencers traveled to New York City from around the world for a first-of-its-kind antisemitism-busting event this week. “This is your moment to use your platforms to change … more
Voices are rising to demand that New York State reinstate its law banning wearing masks in public places after months of violent anti-Israel protesters wearing face coverings. The 175-year-old law, … more
Pulse of Israel hosted its second annual conference on Sunday evening, in a night dedicated to finding solutions to problems facing Israel and achieving “independence” after the war. … more
“The sexual assault I experienced should never happen to any human being under any circumstances. No one should ever be sexually violated, and there are no justifying circumstances for these crimes,” she said. more
Last Wednesday was the 20th of Sivan, which was once a fast day that commemorated the first violent blood libel. (The Vaad Arba Aratzot later redesignated it to commemorate the Cossack … more
J uly 4th is a national holiday which deserves to be celebrated by all Americans. The bottom line is that July 4, 1776 began the daring experiment which led to the formation of the greatest nation in … more
In 1975, the United Nations General Assembly, which had evolved from an organization of democracies at its founding to an association dominated by anti-American, anti-Western and antisemitic … more
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