Jewish groups and lawmakers have mostly united to defend the White House plan to admit some Syrian refugees, with many making emotional comparisons to Jews’ flight from Nazi Germany. Which ones have bucked the trend and why?
The Jonathan Pollard saga, a spy novel drama that lasted three decades and sowed suspicion between two allies, ended unceremoniously with the opening of a door in the middle of a dark night in North Carolina.
Jonathan Pollard spent three decades seeking public support for his fight to win freedom. Now that he is finally nearing release, the convicted spy’s family and supporters are trying to shield him from public attention.
Up to 90% of Jewish non-profits may need to find new top leaders in the next seven years. What will that kind of sweeping generational change mean for the federations and other communal heavy-hitters?
Business as usual isn’t much to write home about, but sometimes it’s all one can hope for.
For presidential candidates, especially Republicans, the Israel Visit is a rite of passage. But who funds these junkets and why?
Benjamin Netanyahu plans to speak at the liberal Center for American Progress during his upcoming U.S. visit as part of an effort to rebuild bridges with Democrats. Some liberals say he should be shown the cold shoulder.
Proclaim Justice for the Nations has been one of the Jewish community’s most effective supporters in the anti-BDS fight. Yet this group is also responsible for vitriolic attacks against Muslims in America.
Ben Carson has rocketed to the top of the Republican pack. But is the soft-spoken doctor turning off Jewish GOP voters by invoking the Holocaust when talking about everything from gun control to abortion?
Jerusalem is a tinderbox that sparked the violence rocking Israel. Could a new wave of Jewish settlers moving into Arab neighborhoods make things worse — and are American donors funding the dangerous push?