As US President Barack Obama stood before the packed synagogue sanctuary, a white kippa comfortably atop his head, he spoke of the impact that images of kibbutzim, Israel’s founders and the 1967 war had on him as he was coming of age. “To a young man like me, grappling with his own identity, recognizing the […]

via AN INSIDER’S VIEW: EIGHT YEARS WATCHING THE FIRST JEWISH US PRESIDENT — News For The Blind

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