Many U.S. Jewish leaders are unnerved both by the new Iran nuclear agreement and the public falling out between President Barack Obama and his Israeli counterpart, developments that are creating a rift in the durable alliance between Jews and the Democratic Party in the run-up to the 2016 elections.

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Many U.S. Jewish leaders are unnerved both by the new Iran nuclear agreement and the public falling out between President Barack Obama and his Israeli counterpart, developments that are creating a rift in the durable alliance between Jews and the Democratic Party in the run-up to the 2016 elections.

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RIFT OPENING: Cracks appear in Dem-Jewish alliance in wake of Iran deal

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Many U.S. Jewish leaders are unnerved both by the new Iran nuclear agreement and the public falling out between President Barack Obama and his Israeli counterpart, developments that are creating a rift in the durable alliance between Jews and the Democratic Party in the run-up to the 2016 elections.

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Cracks appear in Democratic-Jewish alliance in wake of Iran agreement


Many U.S. Jewish leaders are unnerved both by the new Iran nuclear agreement and the public falling out between President Barack Obama and his Israeli counterpart, developments that are creating a rift in the durable alliance between Jews and the Democratic Party in the run-up to the 2016 elections.

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Cracks appear in Democratic-Jewish alliance in wake of Iran agreement


Jerusalem Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was convicted Monday of unlawfully accepting money from a US supporter in a retrial on corruption charges, the latest chapter in the downfall of a man who only years earlier hoped to lead the country to a historic peace agreement with the Palestinians. The conviction could land Olmert five years in prison, in addition to a six-year prison sentence he received last year in a separate bribery conviction, all but ensuring the former premier will not return to politics for many years to come.

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Jerusalem Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was convicted Monday of unlawfully accepting money from a US supporter in a retrial on corruption charges, the latest chapter in the downfall of a man who only years earlier hoped to lead the country to a historic peace agreement with the Palestinians. The conviction could land Olmert five years in prison, in addition to a six-year prison sentence he received last year in a separate bribery conviction, all but ensuring the former premier will not return to politics for many years to come. “His behavior constitutes a breach of trust which harms the public, harms morality, and harms the public’s trust, in how he behaved corruptly,” prosecutor Uri Korev said following the verdict

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Ten area arts and cultural organizations are receiving a total of $125,000 in “ignition grants,” funded by the Greater Hartford Arts Council's United Arts Campaign with support from the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.

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'Bad Jews' Breaks Long Wharf Record; Arts Groups Receive Grants


Ten area arts and cultural organizations are receiving a total of $125,000 in “ignition grants,” funded by the Greater Hartford Arts Council's United Arts Campaign with support from the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.

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'Bad Jews' Breaks Long Wharf Record; Arts Groups Receive Grants


Ten area arts and cultural organizations are receiving a total of $125,000 in “ignition grants,” funded by the Greater Hartford Arts Council's United Arts Campaign with support from the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.

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'Bad Jews' Breaks Long Wharf Record; Arts Groups Receive Grants


Ten area arts and cultural organizations are receiving a total of $125,000 in “ignition grants,” funded by the Greater Hartford Arts Council's United Arts Campaign with support from the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.

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'Bad Jews' Breaks Long Wharf Record; Arts Groups Receive Grants