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  • Jewish groups must be careful on Buchanan

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 26 (JTA) — In recent weeks, Jewish groups have publicly criticized the views expressed by Pat Buchanan that Nazi Germany posed no threat to the United States and that America did not have to enter World War II. But when Buchanan announced this week that he was leaving the Republican Party to seek…

  • Mounting a full-court press for Wye aid

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 26 (JTA) — With nearly $2 billion in aid to fund the Wye agreement still trapped in the budget battle between congressional Republicans and President Clinton, pro-Israel activists and Israeli officials are engaged in one of their most intense lobbying efforts in years. A few hundred activists and several top Israeli officials descended…

  • Lobbying for Wye shifts into high gear

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 25 (JTA) — With nearly $2 billion in aid to fund the Wye agreement still trapped in the budget battle between congressional Republicans and President Clinton, pro-Israel activists and Israeli officials are engaged in one of their most intense lobbying efforts in years. A few hundred activists were expected to descend on Capitol…

  • Lobbying for Wye shifts into high gear

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 21 (JTA) — With nearly $2 billion in aid to fund the Wye agreement still trapped in the budget battle between congressional Republicans and President Clinton, pro-Israel activists and Israeli officials are engaged in one of their most intense lobbying efforts in years. A few hundred activists are expected to descend on Capitol…

  • Lobbying for Wye shifts into high gear

    With nearly $2 billion in aid to fund the Wye agreement still trapped in the budget battle between congressional Republicans and President Clinton, pro-Israel activists and Israeli officials are engaged in one of their most intense lobbying efforts in yea

  • ADL-inspired course fosters black-Jewish understanding

    Washington Jewish Week WASHINGTON, March 10 (JTA) — While their most pressing concerns may differ, 16 students from American and Howard universities have come together with one goal in mind. The Jewish students are concerned about anti-Semitism, intermarriage, church-state separation, the Holocaust and Israel. The black students are focused on economic issues, understanding slavery in…