Israeli rabbi who compared black people to monkeys blesses Ivanka Trump, husband

  • Israeli rabbi who compared black people to monkeys blesses Ivanka Trump, husband

Israeli rabbi who compared black people to monkeys blesses Ivanka Trump, husband

Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner are reportedly the subjects of a new, non-flattering book being written by journalist Vicky Ward.

Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef, who represents Israel's Sephardic Jews of Middle Eastern and North African descent reportedly blessed the couple before they attended the opening of the new USA embassy in Jerusalem Monday, which sparked criticism worldwide.

In a sermon delivered in May previous year, he appeared to suggest during his weekly sermon that secular woman behave like animals because they dress immodestly.

Ward tells us she's "in the thick of reporting" and spending a "great deal of time" in Washington for the book, which is to be published by St. Martin's Press in 2019.

"A woman is not an animal; she has to keep her dignity".

When Donald Trump was running for president during the 2016 election, he made several promises that many wondered if he would ever follow through on.

The New York Daily News slammed Ivanka Trump after her appearance at the U.S. Embassy dedication ceremony in Jerusalem on Monday.

In that context, he mentioned a blessing uttered upon seeing an "unusual creature", citing the example of encountering a black person who has two white parents on the street in America. The clashes were a result of the US officially moving its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Ivanka Trump shared an image from the opening of the embassy to her 4.3 million Instagram followers to let people know her father doesn't back down on his word.

"Whereas presidents earlier than him backed down from their pledge to maneuver the American embassy as soon as in workplace, this President delivered".

Ward has previously been critical of both the First Daughter and her husband in the wake of them taking up roles as presidential advisers to Trump.

The first daughter's trip comes at a time amid protests between Palestinian protesters and the Israeli military, that have resulted in the deaths of more than 50 people, including eight children.