Here's something pretty ugly percolating just beneath the surface of Jewish politics these days.
For years, Armenian Americans have appealed to the Jewish community for help in their efforts to get official U.S. recognition of the World War I era Armenian Genocide by Turkey.
Jews were their natural allies, they thought, because of our own history, but pro-Israel leaders had different ideas.
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