The rise of the intersectional left is the primary reason why, for the first time, Gallup says Democrats sympathize more with the Palestinians than with the Jewish state.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the AIPAC Political Leadership Forum through a video call from his office in the Knesset on Monday, speaking about the importance of U.S.-Israel cooperation on Iran in the pro-Israel lobbying group’s first major conference since the COVID-19 pandemic. “The time has come for Israel and the United States, along […]
Several Jewish and pro-Israel groups welcomed received news of the likely removal of Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) from the House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee, in the wake of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s (R-Calif.) long-standing pledge. The new Congress with its Republican majority in the House of Representatives will be sworn in next month […]
AIPAC decision to solidify the pro-Israel left is consistent with its longtime mission to build bipartisan support for Israel — and so far, it looks like it’s working.
More talk of AIPAC “buying” seats by opposing foes of the Jewish state in primaries is setting the stage for a new and even more dangerous surge of left-wing anti-Semitism.
At summer camps in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, Palestinian Arab youths are being taught that all of Israel—Tel Aviv, Haifa, everything—is “occupied Palestine” and must be annihilated.
His Jewish identity doesn’t excuse Rep. Andy Levin resurrecting anti-Semitic stereotypes by accusing the pro-Israel group of practicing “the politics of domination.”
Will the paper finally dust off its ethics guidelines?
By damning AIPAC endorsements of Republicans who opposed Biden’s election confirmation, Jewish groups demonstrate hypocrisy and how low a priority the Jewish state is for them.
American Jewish organizations trying to maintain bipartisan support for Israel must decide between sustaining pro-Israel policies and alienating Democrats. The Republican Jewish Coalition has no such limitations.