AIPAC Points To Diversity as Conference Opens

The many challenges facing Israel and its relations with the United States were not lost on participants of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee annual gathering in Washington.


Russian and American Chabad Arms Split Over Schneerson Library

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s plan to settle a bitter battle over the late Lubavitcher rebbe’s library is pitting Russia’s Chabad community against its U.S. brethren.


Tensions Threaten To Complicate Obama’s Middle East Listening Tour

A presidential trip to Israel, designed as little more than a polite visit, could prompt unexpectedly tough questions as conditions on the ground change rapidly.


Yeshiva U. Rabbi George Finkelstein Acted Inappropriately Even After Ouster

Y.U. forced Rabbi George Finkelstein to leave his post amid claims of inappropriate behavior. But he continued to wrestle with boys in new posts in Florida and Jerusalem.


No Bibi, No Obama, No Peace Talk as AIPAC Prepares for Low-Key Conference

Neither President Obama nor Benjamin Netanyahu will attend AIPAC’s conference starting this weekend. In a sign of lowered peace hopes, there is no mention of the Palestinians, either.

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