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Why Radiohead’s Israel show matters


Why Radiohead’s Israel show matters

The people who would actually be affected by a Radiohead concert boycott are young, liberal Israelis who are most likely to sympathize with the Palestinian cause.

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Fed up with Shabbat laws, secular Israelis fund bus service to the beach

Jewish groups to walk in People’s Climate March in DC

Lawmakers introduce bipartisan bill to commission Elie Wiesel bust in Capitol

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United States

Tom Perez

No one is assigned to Jewish outreach at the DNC. Who ya gonna call?

The Democratic National Committee named liaisons to blacks, women, Latinos, Asians, the LGBT community, farmers and various regions – but not Jews.

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Israel & Middle East

U.S. embassy

Trump: ‘Ask me in a month’ about Jerusalem move

The president reportedly is due to be in Israel in late May on the same day the country marks 50 years since the reunification of Jerusalem.

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These comedians want to bring Yiddish humor to TV

"YidLife Crisis" creators Eli Batalion and Jamie Elman hope to bring the Jewish humor that made their web series a hit to a wider audience.

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Life & Culture

A New Yorker editor picks 7 of his favorite Jewish cartoons

Bob Mankoff, who is stepping down next month after 20 years as the cartoon editor of The New Yorker, shares a selection of his most-loved Jewish cartoons published in the storied magazine.

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