With the Middle East at the forefront of foreign-policy concerns, the pro-Israel community needs to take a good hard look at the issues that matter.
WASHINGTON— The American Israel Public Affairs Committee reemphasized its support for a two-state solution as the Trump administration nears completion of a peace proposal that might stop short of recommending the establishment of a Palestinian state.
WASHINGTON— President Donald Trump once again praised a congressman who was convicted for attacking a journalist, mimicking the attack to cheers from a rally.
NEW YORK — Fliers blaming Jews for the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh appeared in seeming random locations around the country last week.
Former Cleveland area resident Kari Malitz Cassidy said she understands why some people refuse to evacuate when a hurricane is coming – it isn’t easy, it’s expensive and it’s traumatic.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin is pulling out of a major economic conference being hosted by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
JERUSALEM— An American rabbinical student studying in Israel is suing a Jerusalem pizzeria for refusing to serve him due to his sexual orientation.
The U.S. Embassy in Israel and U.S. Consulate General, both in Jerusalem, will merge to “achieve significant efficiencies and increase our effectiveness,” the State Department announced on Thursday.
“Throughout the country, members of SJP have posted violent anti-Semitic rhetoric on social media, ranging from calling for annihilation of the Jewish people, to admiration of Adolf Hitler,” the Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) wrote in a letter to UCLA Chancellor Gene Block last week.
JERUSALEM — David Friedman participated at an event in the West Bank city of Ariel, in his position as United States ambassador to Israel.
When one hears the name Rube Goldberg, one concept instantly comes to mind: those fun machines that complete simple tasks in overly complicated and humorous ways. Think a ball rolling down a long ramp that hits a series of dominoes, which hits something else, so on and so on.
WASHINGTON— Sen. Ted Cruz called J Street, the liberal Jewish Middle East policy group, “rabidly anti-Israel” in the Texas Republican’s debate with his Democratic opponent, U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke.
In 1922, Harvard University President Abbott Lawrence Lowell had a problem: His school had too many Jews. At least that’s what he thought.
“BDS infantilizes Palestinians, removing any responsibility or agency from their end,” Gabe Hoffman, treasurer of Realize Israel, one of the two pro-Israel groups targeted last semester, told “The Algemeiner.”
WASHINGTON— A poll shows Jewish voters strongly favoring Democrats ahead of the midterm elections, and disapproving of President Donald Trump substantially more than the general population.