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Bernie Sanders Rebukes Anti-Semitic Heckler at Campaign Event in Harlem - Mic


Bernie Sanders Rebukes Anti-Semitic Heckler at Campaign Event in Harlem - Mic: "I am proud to be Jewish," the senator continued to a wide outbreak of applause. "... Let me just say this on the issue. ... You're not going to find any candidate running for president, for example, talking about Zionism and the Middle East. I am a strong defender of Israel, but I also believe that we have got to pay attention to the needs of the Palestinian people."

Anti-Semitic theories are not new to Sanders. In 2015, unfounded accusations that Sanders has dual American-Israeli citizenship became widespread, and the senator had to correct the record when the misinformation was brought up by radio host Diane Rehm.

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