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Billy Graham, who championed Israel in public and derided Jews in private, dies at 99

Billy Graham, who championed Israel in public and derided Jews in private, dies at 99

The influential evangelist was an early supporter of the Jewish state, but he was later outed for having anti-Semitic conversations with Richard Nixon.

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Poland’s prime minister said some Jews collaborated with Nazis. Scholars say he distorted history.

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United States

Steven Spielberg and Jeffrey Katzenberg each pledge $500,000 to gun control march by Florida students

The protest organized by student survivors of the Parkland high school shooting will take place in Washington and other U.S. cities.

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Life & Culture

Aly Raisman to BBYO: Be kind, speak out, stand up for survivors

"Being Jewish is all about being a good person," the Olympic gold medalist gymnast told BBYO.

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Israel & Middle East

New bribery scandal centers on fraud case against Sara Netanyahu

A former spokesman for Benjamin Netanyahu is accused of offering to make a judge attorney general if she agreed to close a case against the prime minister's wife.

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‘Jewish perpetrators’ comment is call for ‘open discussion’ of Holocaust crimes, Polish PM says

Polish Prime MInister Mateusz Morawiecki added fuel to the fire by visiting the grave in Munich of Polish fighters who collaborated with the Nazis during World War II.

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