(JTA) — A new super PAC led by “Black and Jewish” leaders has endorsed five Black Democrats who have positions that are friendly to AIPAC, the latest sign that pro-Israel donors are determined to stem erosion of support for Israel among African Americans.

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(JTA) — In what could be a first for an official piece of U.S. hate crimes legislation, California’s state Assembly has added language to a bill differentiating the Nazi swastika from the swastika symbol that has religious meaning for Hindu, Buddhist and Jain communities.

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(JTA) – The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear two different requests to take up a suit against a group of protesters who have gathered weekly outside an Ann Arbor synagogue for nearly two decades holding anti-Israel and antisemitic signs, seemingly closing off any remaining legal avenu…

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WASHINGTON (JTA) — President Joe Biden accepted an invitation to visit Israel amid differences between the allies over how best to contain Iran and the White House’s concern over mounting Israeli-Palestinian tensions in Jerusalem.

(JNS) A Jewish man from Ann Arbor, Mich., is hoping that the U.S. Supreme Court will consider whether anti-Jewish protesters outside a local synagogue on Shabbat morning violate his right to freely practice religion. “I think Jews have to stand up for themselves against people who are obviou…

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(JTA) — Julie Platt is a onetime banker who has become a leader in promoting Jewish education and helping to rescue Jewish camping from the ravages of the pandemic. Now, she’s about to make history as the second woman to chair one of the largest Jewish fundraising powerhouses in the United S…