News and Analysis (9/2/19)

Not allowed to emcee the wedding of his best friend’s daughter in Queens after being questioned about his charitable work helping to resettle Syrian refugees, he was told only that “his name ‘matches that of a bad guy'”:

Bolton is fighting against the president’s plan to for “partial removal of U.S. troops in exchange for the Taliban renouncing al-Qaeda and preventing the group from recruiting, fundraising, training and other activities”:

“In December 2016, Parnham sent a fan letter to Dylann Roof, a white supremacist terrorist who murdered nine black victims at a church in Charleston, South Carolina”}:

There are “immense challenges [in] treating many people who have developed bone infections after having been shot by the Israeli army during protests in Gaza, Palestine over the last year”:

Berkowitz contends that respected academics and a multitude of human rights, aid, journalist, physician, foreign service groups “and even the U.S. State Department … are [all] wrong” about Israel’s human rights record:

Trevor Noah, Rashida Tlaib and Linda Sarsour, were all popular but the biggest draw was Bernie Sanders, who declared that Muslims “have helped make America the great nation it is”:

“Enough impunity: There’s an international responsibility to impose sanctions on Israel after decades of systematic crimes” — Saab Erekat, PLO Secretary-general:

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