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The Daily Syndicate
Friday, February 2, 2018
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Super Bowl travelers can learn stories of Holocaust survivors through ‘Transfer of Memory’
As thousands descend upon Minnesota for Super Bowl LII to see their heroes on the gridiron, some heroes they may not have expected to meet will greet them: Minnesotans who survived the Holocaust.
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Jonathan S. Tobin
Partisanship, Farrakhan and a ‘Liberal Jew’
Would the publication of the picture taken at a meeting of the Congressional Black Caucus in 2005 have derailed Barack Obama’s presidential plans?
Department of Justice settles lawsuit with pro-Israel group targeted by IRS
The Department of Justice announced on Thursday that it has settled its final lawsuit with a pro-Israel group that was targeted by the Internal Revenue Service during the Obama administration.
Slovenia postpones vote on recognition of Palestinian statehood
Slovenia has postponed a controversial vote on recognizing Palestinian statehood.
Former U.S. lawmaker, Holocaust survivor, Tom Lantos honored with Budapest statue
A statue honoring former U.S. lawmaker and Holocaust survivor Tom Lantos was unveiled in Budapest, Hungary on Thursday.
Abbas set to address Security Council to ask for full UN membership
Mahmoud Abbas is scheduled to address the United Nations Security Council later this month amid growing tensions with the United States.
IAF hits Hamas post in Gaza in response to rocket fire into Israel
Israel Hayom/Exclusive to JNS
The Israeli Air Force bombed a Hamas post in the Gaza Strip overnight after terrorists in the coastal enclave fired a rocket into Israel's south.
Israeli lawmakers author counter-bill criminalizing Polish Holocaust denial
Sixty-one members of Israel’s Knesset co-sponsored new legislation whereby exonerating Polish involvement in crimes against humanity during World War II will be considered a form of illegal Holocaust denial.
E.U. report calls Jewish development of Jerusalem historical sites ‘touristic settlement’
Report claims that development at the City of David and a planned cable car to bring tourists to the Western Wall are “a political tool to modify the historical narrative and to support, legitimize and expand settlements.”