Jeremy Corbyn is the “figurehead of an anti-Semitic political culture” and there are “no safe spaces” for British Jews within the Labour Party, a top community leader has warned.
One of Israel’s most senior religious leaders, Sephardic Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef,
has stoked controversy after calling black people “monkeys,” seeming to target black Americans specifically during a sermon.
Yosef made the remarks in footage aired by the Israeli news site Ynet, reportedly citing a hypothetical story about encountering a black person in the U.S. He then referred to black people using the pejorative Hebrew word “kushi” and called a black person a “monkey.”
The banners have been hung from highway overpasses and rooftops in several states across the country.
Rep. Andre Carson,
Indiana Democrat, swung back Friday at Jewish Republicans calling for him and other Congressional Black Caucus members to resign over their association with Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.
A Denver woman who was killed in 2015 had learned on the day she died that her husband was allegedly having an affair with a woman he’d met on the dating app Tinder, according to court documents unsealed Monday.
Robert Feldman, 53,
was arrested on Feb. 13 and charged with first-degree murder in the death of his 45-year-old wife, Stacy Feldman, court records show, PEOPLE confirms.
On the one hand, it’s nice that President Trump’s budget chief and his chief economic adviser overcame their ideological differences to become friendly, as self-proclaimed “right-wing conservative” Mick Mulvaney, director of the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB), suggested in his farewell statement to Gary Cohn,
the outgoing head of Trump’s National Economic Council. On the other hand, calling Cohn a “globalist” leaves the message with kind of an acrid aftertaste.