The American Jewish Committee launched a blog. The group says ajcwire, a forum for AJCommittee experts from around the world to comment on issues of concern to the Jewish people, is the first blog from a major American Jewish organization. It will cover current events, Jewish life, the Middle East, anti-Semitism and energy, the group announced in a release Friday. “Ajcwire is part of AJC’s pioneering efforts to use cutting-edge communications technology to bring the agency’s work to a wider audience,” Executive Director David Harris said. The blog can be accessed at www.ajcblog.org.
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