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Who is Donald Trump's Jewish son-in-law, Jared Kushner?
Jared Kushner has many claims to fame. He’s married to Ivanka Trump, daughter of the Republican presidential front-runner, Donald Trump. Jared is the scion of a philanthropy-minded Jewish family from New Jersey that is one of the biggest names in New York real estate. He’s the owner and publisher of a storied weekly, the New York Observer.
Jared Kushner and his wife Ivanka Trump at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New York, on September 21, 2015. PHOTOGRAPH: BOBBY BANK/WIREIMAGE/GETTY IMAGES NEW YORK But Kushner’s celebrity may be taking a quantum leap now that he’s becoming more involved in his father-in-law’s White, and the Ramaz School. Ivanka Trump told Vogue magazine last year that the family keeps kosher, of us, and we turn our phones off for 25 hours.” Ivanka Trump said of her conversion to Judaism
Ways of seeing: you, me and them
Sam Nzima died on May 12, two days before last week’s killings along the Israel-Gaza border. He was the South African photojournalist for The World newspaper who took the picture during the 1976 Soweto riots of the bloody schoolchild, Hector Pieterson, being carried in the arms of a frantic young boy after being shot by apartheid police.
in Jerusalem, with a Barbie doll-like Ivanka Trump unveiling a plaque with her father’s name – US
Israel emerges as campaign issue in three big Jewish states
Ahead of this week Tuesday’s critical primary contests in five states, three of which - Ohio, Illinois and Florida - have substantial Jewish communities, Israel had prominently emerged as a presidential campaign issue. In a heated exchange in the Republican debate last week in Miami, front-runner Donald Trump was hammered by his opponents for saying he would be a neutral broker of Israeli-Palestinian peace. Trump defended his position as essential to achieving a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians.
and the fact that his daughter Ivanka Trump had converted to Judaism when she married Jared Kushner
Meet the Jews in Donald Trump's administration
American Jews are watching the beginning of Donald Trump's presidency with both fear and hope.
Trump's daughter Ivanka in 2009, played a crucial role in the president’s campaign, especially on Israel, Ivanka Trump. Cordish and his wife were listed as co-hosts for a Manhattan fundraiser for Trump’s
Democrats win the House; Jews step into key roles
If you thought the first half of Donald Trump’s first term as president was volatile, think about the next two years: his hated opponents, the Democrats, are now weaponised.
, and interests that have business before the United States, queries that could unsettle Trump’s daughter, Ivanka
Aliyah, the good, the bad and the meshuga
The highly-anticipated arrival of President Donald Trump in Jerusalem, is likely to dominate news here in the Middle East and abroad for a while. Much has already been made of the fact that the controversial American businessman is the first sitting US president to visit the Kotel.
by pictures of First Lady Melania Trump and daughter Ivanka Kushner doing the same, have already
Jared Kushner – ‘a snow-shovelling student mega-donor’
Jared Kushner was already a regular at the Harvard Chabad when he walked in one day, took a crumpled piece of paper out of his jacket pocket, put it down on the table and walked away. It was a personal cheque for $18 000.
organise the institution’s alumni events, including a Shabbat dinner that he and his wife, Ivanka Trump
Freedom Seders – from revolution to revelation
It was the heady days of South Africa’s revolution. The townships were in flames, and tens of thousands of people were in detention without trial. South Africa was burning in the 1980s, and democracy seemed like an impossible dream.
seder. Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump have continued the tradition of Passover seders for White House
Around the Jewish World
half that of accelerators - although there is some overlap. - Israel 21c Ivanka’s rabbi withdraws, -Orthodox rabbi who oversaw Ivanka Trump’s conversion to Judaism, has withdrawn from speaking
Trump’s victory and the questions it raises for Jews
Donald Trump was voted the next US president, sweeping to victory and jolting a Jewish community made increasingly anxious as his rough-edged nativist rhetoric emboldened the far right and brought into the light a strain of anti-Semitic invective not heard in decades.
Trump called on all Americans to “heal the wounds of our nation” and to “come together as one united people”, during his victory speech shortly before 03:00 local time on Wednesday at the New York Hilton Midtown, blocks from his iconic Trump Tower, and surrounded by family, including his Jewish daughter, Ivanka, and her husband, Jared Kushner, who helped guide Trump’s unlikely path to victory. In his victory speech, the real estate developer turned reality star turned insurgent politician


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