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Republicans and Democrats both try to paint the other side’s candidates as worse for the Jews

Republicans and Democrats both try to paint the other side’s candidates as worse for the Jews

Republicans are dealing with a number of white nationalists in their ranks, and Democrats with some hopefuls that are harshly critical of Israel.

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Racist and anti-Semitic robocall targets Florida governor candidate Andrew Gillum

Why are people protesting Holocaust memorials in Holland and Belgium?

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A Jewish group builds community for transgender and nonbinary teens

Moving Traditions wanted to create a space for young people who did not feel comfortable attending its workshops for boys and girls.

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Amy Schumer announces she’s pregnant

The Jewish comedian's announcement appeared at the end of a list of her 20 recommended candidates in next month's elections.

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Israel & Middle East

Chinese vice president visits Israel in a sign of growing friendship

Wang Qishan is the most senior Chinese official to visit Israel since 2000.

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A German Jewish community’s longtime leader may not be Jewish

Der Spiegel magazine found documents indicating that Wolfgang Seibert was born to Protestant parents in Frankfurt and was baptized a few days later.

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