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- Upcoming J Street conference participants to include Sanders, Klobuchar, Buttigieg, Schumer, Pelosi and the PLO
- "Retreating and abandoning allies may not be the optimum strategy"
- University of Illinois presentation “'instead of fostering dialogue, incited division, distrust and anger"
- IDF lone soldier Michaela ‘Mika’ Levit was found dead outside her base last week, having left a note to her family describing recent ‘hardships’
- Actor Ben Kinsgley, one of Algemeiners "Top 100 People Influencing Jewish Life," honored at gala
- Brig. General Kuperwasser: “The depth of the U.S. commitment to Israel is very different from its commitment to the Syrian Kurds"
- In IL3, Dem Congressman Dan Lipinski to be primaried by Rush Darwish a Palestinian who will “proudly champion BDS" in Congress, "much like Congresswomen Tlaib and Omar”
Tag Archives: Chicago
“The only option for Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the city council is restructuring the city’s massive debts. In other words: bankruptcy”
PJ MEDIA Will Chicago Be the Largest U.S. City to Declare Bankruptcy? by Rick Moran September 14, 2019 The city of Chicago is in dire fiscal and financial straits with an almost billion dollar budget deficit, bonds rated at junk … Continue reading
USA TODAY Chicago synagogues targets of arson, vandalism; police step up patrols by John Bacon May 20, 2019 Police in Chicago were stepping up patrols at Jewish schools, businesses and synagogues Monday after someone attempted to set fire to a … Continue reading
JTA A Chicago couple lives like Orthodox Jews — and preaches the word of Jesus by Josefin Dolsten May 18, 2019 A few months ago, a couple got involved in the Chicago Jewish community. Rivkah Weber and David Costello started … Continue reading
#AntiSemitism “The far Left is intertwined with Islamist activists. Both share a hatred of the U.S. and see the Middle East as a postcolonial victim of Western imperialism”
NATIONAL REVIEW Why Progressive Anti-Semitism — and Why Now? by Victor Davis Hanson May 7, 2019 …The examples of progressive hatred of Jews could be multiplied endlessly, but the key question is: Why in this generation and why on the … Continue reading
FIDF Illinois Chapter presents their Annual Dinner A NIGHT OF HEROES Wednesday May 8, 2019 Hyatt Regency Chicago 151 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 5:30pm Strolling Dinner 6:45pm Dessert & Program Business Attire, Dietary Laws Observed Click here to register … Continue reading
CITY JOURNAL Changing the Chicago Way? by Aaron M. Renn April 3, 2019 Lori Lightfoot was elected mayor of Chicago on Tuesday, defeating Cook County Board of Commissioners president Toni Preckwinkle. Lightfoot, who swept all 50 city wards, won by a … Continue reading