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From the Archive: As first lady, Hillary was a prized Jewish keynoter — until she kissed Suha Arafat

Last week, Hillary Clinton formally announced she would run once more for president, and not surprisingly, many pundits and voters are scrutinizing her record as President…

From the Archive: A former Nazi's complicated relationship with Jews and Israel

Like many Germans of his generation, Gunter Grass, the Nobel Prize-winning German author who died Monday, had a complicated relationship with Jews and Israel. One…

From the Archive: Niv Asraf wasn't the first Jew to fake a kidnapping

Twenty-two-year-old Niv Asraf recently became, as he put it, “the most hated person in Israel” for faking his own kidnapping in the West Bank and…

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