Powerful elements of the organized American Jewish community have been embracing Bannon’s Islamophobia for years now.
John Kelly’s comments about the Civil War strongly resemble Donald Trump’s comments about Israel and the Palestinians.
Groups like AIPAC and Christians United for Israel exploit a sympathy for Zionism that grows out of the American experience.
America’s most prominent Jewish organizations won’t publicly pressure Israel to stop arming Myanmar, though a genocide is being perpetrated.
Sanders’ behavior typifies a secular tone-deafness that has long undermined both the American Jewish and Israeli left.
He came to New York to celebrate the fact that the world doesn’t really care about the Palestinians. And he’s right.
The American Jewish establishment’s dominance of the Israel debate in Washington has never been more complete.
When it comes to subjugating Palestinians, Israeli-Palestinian cooperation is alive and well.
The fiction underlying Kushner’s contention is that Israel and the Palestinian Authority are independent actors of roughly equal power.
What would it mean for American Jews to combat not merely neo-Nazism but the conditions that contribute to it?