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There are a million young people discovering anti-Zionism these days. Each in his or her own terms or language is seeing the plain reality. Reporter Harlow emphasizes the US Jewish responsibility. In the film’s trailer, Elias D’Eis, project manager at Holy Land Trust in Bethlehem, a Palestinian nonprofit organization seeking peaceful solutions, says American Jews are the main supporters of the Israeli state and have to say “Occupation is not my Judaism.” Americans have “the magic stick,” he says, they can change the Israeli government. Intermarriage and assimilation are also part of Axelman's narrative. His mother isn't Jewish. I sense this is one of the film's themes. Certainly it is often easier for those who are intermarried or the children of the intermarried to step outside the Jewish communal conversation about Israel. Though Rachel Sandalow-Ash is also in the movie, the inspiring Open Hillel organizer who has worked to expose censorship in communal spaces.
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The festival planned for this weekend in the Bahamas was postponed amid 'chaos.'
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to the end of the weekend, along with wind gusts of 95 kilometres per hour. Turkey's government says its imposing new hardline measures to protect its national security - two weeks after President Erdogan won a referendum on extending his power
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the situation written by the Chief Inspector of Borders and immigration recently. According to the Sunday Times today, this report was delivered to the government two months ago and would normally have been published by no. So we asked the Home Office today about the details of this report and when it would be released to the government. The response was that this report would be released in due course. They also said no further comment would be made until.
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the Work and Pensions Committee have set themselves of the triple lock is a bad idea. Spending on state pensions are 6 billion higher than it otherwise would have been this year, according to the government actuaries Department. If we have seen state pensions increased by earnings or inflation, that.
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firm promises that were a feature of David Cameron's manifesto, such as the triple lock and pensions. Under a Conservative government, the state pension will still go up every year of the next Parliament. Exactly how we calculate that.
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In August 2015 he was charged with terrorism by the North Caucasus District Court of Russia, which accused him and Kolchenko of setting up a terrorist group in Russian-occupied Crimea, committing two terrorist attacks, and planning another one with the use of explosive devices. The charges, which were accompanied by serious physical abuse and a lack of evidence, have been condemned as fabricated by many global human rights groups. After the sham trial, Sentsov was sentenced on Aug. 25, 2015 to 20 years in prison in Yakutsk, Siberia. In May 2016 both he and Kolchenko, who was jailed for 10 years, applied for extradition to Ukraine, but five months later, in October 2016, the Russian government refused, claiming that the Ukrainian Crimeans had automatically become Russian just like the annexed peninsula where they were from. Streep’s support comes months after another prominent Hollywood actor supported Sentsov.
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holding the government to account. Theresa May doesn't want to discuss our EU divorce bill before trade talks and says she is still happy to walk away without a deal. Well, with just under six weeks to go until the general election.
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by at least 2.5% a year. Theresa May, though, suggested she was considering a new way of calculating the increase. But Brexit looms and with the EU states uniting around their negotiation position yesterday, the other opposition parties sense an opportunity. The Labour Party are fighting amongst themselves and have given up on the job of opposing the government
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In August 2015 he was charged with terrorism by the North Caucasus District Court of Russia, which accused him and Kolchenko of setting up a terrorist group in Russian-occupied Crimea, committing two terrorist attacks, and planning another one with the use of explosive devices. The charges, which were accompanied by serious physical abuse and a lack of evidence, have been condemned as fabricated by many global human rights groups. After the sham trial, Sentsov was sentenced on Aug. 25, 2015 to 20 years in prison in Yakutsk, Siberia. In May 2016 both he and Kolchenko, who was jailed for 10 years, applied for extradition to Ukraine, but five months later, in October 2016, the Russian government refused, claiming that the Ukrainian Crimeans had automatically become Russian just like the annexed peninsula where they were from. Streep’s support comes months after another prominent Hollywood actor supported Sentsov.
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We have to deliver the strong stable government out of constituency needs. That is what we need and Theresa May is the one to deliver that and I am hearing that from every single doorstep I knock on
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in America could be said to be fraying, it presented a strong portrait of family. People felt more connected to that than they did with the disillusionment and cynicism, the suspicion of the government and so on. I think that... I'm oversimplifying it, but that had a lot to do.
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immigration, David Bolt, just recently. According to the Sunday Times today, this report was delivered to the government two months ago and would normally have been published by now. We asked the Home Office today about the details of this report and when this report would be released
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A SHORTER school week may be brought in by head teachers in a bid to protect education in the face of funding cuts. Introducing a four-and-a-half day week is among the options to be explored at a national level after a motion was agreed at the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) conference - although heads have said the measure would be a last resort. According to a BBC article, head teachers at the conference in Telford said Government ministers has not been listening to their...
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that guarantees rises of 2.5% every year could be scrapped. She also indicated that a freeze on some taxes could also come to an end. Under a Conservative government, the state pension will still go up every year over the next Parliament