Republican Jewish group ignores Mattis’ comments warning that Israel’s settlement expansion could turn it into an apartheid state
In a 2010 recording, Ellison is heard saying American policy in the Middle East is “governed” by Israel
Kander, a rising star in Democratic politics who lost his Missouri Senate bid, is among the future party leaders who may step into to fill the power vacuum.
An Australian billionaire could be the unlikely missing link connecting Israel’s prime minister, Donald Trump’s new pick for Treasury Secretary, and music star Mariah Carey.
Even for those who support the recount drive, Stein is no hero. But Stein is more visible on the political scene right now than Clinton is.
ZOA President Morton Klein said James Mattis doesn’t understand Israel’s value to the United States.
Charles Kushner listened to President Bill Clinton’s lavish praise and then gave the president a shofar as a sign of his appreciation.
When Donald Trump appointed Steve Bannon his chief White House strategist, several Jewish groups responded quickly by criticizing him for his role in leading the far-right website Breitbart, and then other groups and individuals leaped to defend him as a friend of Israel, and an employer who treated individual Jews well.
Steve Bannon, president-elect Donald Trump’s top adviser accused by Jewish groups of giving voice to anti-Semites and racists, did not show up at the Zionist Organization of America’s gala dinner Sunday night, despite prior announcement he would be among the guests.
The Yeshiva World website called Ellison “The Real Number 1 Anti-Semite in the U.S.”