White House Draws Fire for Speeches

Controversial speeches by administration officials have given President Obama’s opponents space to hit back just a week after he touted his strong support cooperation with Israel while courting Jewish donors in New York.


Israeli Journalists Fear New Restrictions

Israel proudly boasts of the only truly free press in the Middle East. Journalists fret that a new libel law and government restrictions signal a harsher era.

Controversial Ad Campaign Scrapped

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has scrapped a controversial ad campaign aimed at convincing expatriate Israelis to return from the U.S.


Israel Faces $250 Million Slash in Aid

The failure to forge a deficit-reduction deal will cost Israel $250 million a year in aid. So why is AIPAC, its strongest supporter, keeping so quiet?


Debt Deal Collapse Averts Cutbacks

The Jewish community wasn’t entirely unhappy when talks collapsed for a deficit deal that would have included harsh cuts. Then they realized across-the-board cuts would do damage, too.

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