Around the Beltway

May 2011
Washington Jewish Week;5/12/2011, Vol. 47 Issue 19, p13
This section offers U.S. news briefs. Jordan's King Abdullah and U.S. President Barack Obama will be discussing current events taking place in the Arab world during their May 17, 2011 meeting at the White House. Obama has been asked by half of the Democratic caucus in the U.S. Senate to suspend aide to the Palestinian Authority if Hamas will not recognize Israel and renounce terrorism. A Jewish American Heritage Month will be held before Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives in Washington.


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