From the Archive: As first lady, Hillary was a prized Jewish keynoter — until she kissed Suha Arafat
During a 1993 speech at the Reform movement biennial conference, Clinton drew on the Torah portion and Maimonides to make the case for her doomed health care plan.
Gunter Grass was once thought to be a “known anti-Nazi during World War II” and was an honored guest of the Israeli government. Later, his Waffen-SS past caught up with him, and his poetry angered many Israelis.
While real abductions are far more common, there have been some interesting fraudulent ones in Israel and the Diaspora.
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