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Jewish Groups Scrutinize Party Platforms

The Jewish Daily Forward, Posted: Aug 12, 2008

WASHINGTON, D.C.Jewish groups are addressing the two major party platforms, in a shift of priorities since the last election. The groups, including the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), have contacted each party to argue that Iran's push for nuclear weapons should be on the top of Americas foreign policy agenda. The ADL wants the United States and its allies to use sanctions and incentives to convince Iran to abandon its nuclear program but says other options should not be foreclosed. Another big priority of the Jewish groups is the fight against poverty. They stress the need to address the problems of the poor, and not just those of the middle class.


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