In the early 20th century Jews dominated New York’s candy-store sector. But some faced bitter reactions when they took a stand against Nazi Germany.
Israel’s 1996 elections — when Benjamin Netanyahu first won the premiership — had a lot in common with his fourth such triumph last week.
While Portland’s allure for hipster Jews is a relatively new phenomenon, the Pacific Northwest city and its surrounding state have been hospitable to Jews for decades.
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