Ninety-nine U.S. senators signed a letter to President Bush, asking him to address international anti-Semitism. The letter, orchestrated by Sens. Carl Levin (D-Mich.) and John Warner (R-Va.), outlines anti-Semitic actions in France, Germany, Belgium, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and in the Palestinian territories, and asks the Bush administration to raise concerns about anti-Semitism with these governments.
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