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“We can’t cede the progressive territory. Those of us who believe in these very important causes need to continue standing up for them and do so as Zionists. We don’t need to hit them over the head with it, but people need to understand that we’re not going to be excluded from any part of the political sphere where we feel we want to operate,” says Elisha Wiesel.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Children ages 5 to 11 will soon be able to get a COVID-19 shot at their pediatrician's office, local pharmacy and potentially even their school, the White House said Wednesday as it detailed plans for the expected authorization of the Pfizer shot for elementary school young…

“In a society that makes strong in-group/out-group distinctions, bringing in outside agencies that cross ethnic boundaries is likely to stoke resentment and resistance,” says Philip Carl Salzman, emeritus professor of anthropology at McGill University in Montreal.

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The July drone strike on the “Mercer Street” oil tanker, for example, was carried out directly by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps; IRGC Quds Force Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani would have insisted on a proxy strike instead.

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Berlin’s anti-Semitism official Samuel Salzborn reportedly filed a criminal complaint at the justice department, saying “it is obvious that right-wing extremists deliberately chose a Jewish grave in order to disturb the eternal peace through the internment of a Holocaust denier.”

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“We can’t cede the progressive territory. Those of us who believe in these very important causes need to continue standing up for them and do so as Zionists. We don’t need to hit them over the head with it, but people need to understand that we’re not going to be excluded from any part of the political sphere where we feel we want to operate,” says Elisha Wiesel.

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