Moshe ben Maimon, more commonly referrred to as “Maimonides” as derived from the the Greek translation of “Moses, son of Maimon,” or the equivalent Hebrew word, Rambam (רמבּ״ם), was a Sephardic Jew born to a well-educated, affluent family on Passover Eve of 1137 or 1138 in Córdoba, an ancient Andalucian town in southern Spain with world reowned Moorish architecture and many Islamic and Byzantine overtones flavoring the regional history.

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President of the Zionists Organization of America Mort Klein recently issued statements at a House Judiciary committee meeting regarding several aspects of white nationalism and hate crimes, ranging from proposing the removal of Minnesota Democratic Representative Ilhan Omar from her seats on various congressional committees to commentary on the mosque shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand, to the Tree of Life synagogue massacre in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to other related issues.

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