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German NGO Nixes Award to Women’s March Citing Anti-Semitism, Ties to Farrakhan

TEL AVIV – Citing the anti-semitic “blood libel-esque” views of  Linda Sarsour as well as Tamika Mallory’s association with Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, an NGO associated Germany’s left-of-center Social Democratic Party has cancelled a plan to honor the U.S. Women’s March movement with a human rights award

CHICAGO, IL - FEBRUARY 16: Chicago mounted police honor Commander Paul Bauer as his remains are carried into the Nativity of Our Lord church in the Bridgeport neighborhood on February 16, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. Bauer was shot and killed on February 13, while trying to help stop a man …

Chicago: Police Launch Hate Crime Probe After Homes Defaced with Swastikas

A trio of Chicago residents notified police of anti-semitic chalk markings discovered on their properties since Friday, according to reports. One resident from the city’s Uptown neighborhood told law enforcement that they witnessed a man on Friday afternoon defacing a pillar outside his home located in the 800 block

TEL AVIV - Ben & Jerry's controversial decision to release a new anti-Trump flavor in cohorts with, among others, Women's March leader Linda Sarsour, has prompted Ben & Jerry Israel to disavow itself from the ice cream giant.

Ben & Jerry’s Israel Distances Itself From Anti-Trump Ice Cream Flavor

TEL AVIV – Ben & Jerry’s controversial decision to release a new anti-Trump flavor in collaboration with, among others, Women’s March leader Linda Sarsour, has prompted the company’s Israel franchise, which is owned independently, to distance itself from the ice cream giant.

An Israeli man holds the US flag as youths gather in center Jerusalem on October 28, 2018, during a tribute to the victims of a shooting in a Pittsburgh synagogue. - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on October 28 expressed grief and solidarity with the United States, after a gunman …

Pictures: Vigils Mourn Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre

Some 500 Americans and Israelis gathered Sunday night to sing somber songs in Hebrew and English at Jerusalem’s Zion Square in a candle-lit vigil in memory of the 11 victims of Saturday’s massacre at the Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh organized by The Meeting Place Dialogue Group, The Jerusalem Movement and the Hartman Institute Hevruta program.