Sales of “Origins of Totalitarianism” by German Jewish political theorist Hannah Arendt are skyrocketing
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The New York City Board of Elections now prints new forms for Yiddish voting registration and other newly added languages
Brooklyn’s Rachel “Ruchie” Freier has become the first ever Hasidic woman elected to the position
The Democrats and Republicans are using different strategies to target the American Jewish electorate
Miko Peled, author of “The General’s Son, Journey of an Israeli in Palestine” he shows how it is that the son of an Israeli General and a staunch Zionist came to realize that his side of the story is not the only side
The Jewish vote has become vital battleground during the close contests in states usually ignored
Woeful relationship of Israeli Arabs in their own country compounded by walls of concrete and more
Lack of political organization and fundraising leave Muslim voters at disadvantage to other groups
Druze voter turnout mirrors Arab-Christians with Arab Spring in focus during Israel’s election run
European Muslims must go ahead knowing rising Islamophobia is set to continue without a successful refocus on unity rather than division across the world.