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Unlike Ukraine, which has made its need for U.S. funding clear, Israeli leaders have not publicly clamored for the aid.
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One of the largest surveys of Jewish household giving ever conducted is based on data from March 2023 and does not reflect the deluge of giving following the Oct. 7 attack.
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"When he compares things that are incomparable, we realize that this is done extemporaneously," said the head of Brazil's main Jewish organization about Lula.
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Ofer Cassif faced expulsion after he publicly supported South Africa’s charge in the International Court of Justice that Israel is committing genocide in Gaza.
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Nimrod Novik outlines a concrete path toward the ever-dying idea of separating Israelis and Palestinians.
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A new survey of nearly 2,000 Jewish teens found that 64% said antisemitism on campus was an important factor in their decision about where to attend college.
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