During a roundtable discussion on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” the issue of anti-Semitism was broached as regards the capability of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s to effectively push for gun control.
Read more: http://www.algemeiner.com/2013/03/25/msnbc-host-anti-semitism-may-derail-nyc-mayors-push-for-gun-control-video/
Why is this day different from all other days?
Because a pro-Palestinian group picked the first day of Passover to unveil a button-pushing new ad campaign that compares Israel to racist South Africa.
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/israel-slammed-new-ad-campaign-article-1.1299402
A couple of days ago the CSMonitor wrote about President Obama's annual Pesach Seder.
The seder tradition began in 2008 when candidate Obama unexpectedly joined a seder arranged by three young Jewish aides in the basement of a Sheraton hotel in Harrisburg, Pa., during some of the darkest days of his campaign.
...After the pledge that ends the traditional seder, “next year in Jerusalem,” candidate Obama raised his glass and declared, “Next year in the White House,”
One wonders what was uttered at the seder this year. Perhaps, "Next year in divided Jerusalem"?