Just How Deeply Split Is Jewish Public on Iran Deal?

Are Jewish Americans split down the middle on the Iran deal or solidly in favor of it? J.J. Goldberg breaks down the polling numbers — and explains that they reflect broader faultlines in the community.


How Ann Coulter Made It Kosher To Hate Jews

Anti-Semites already believe that Jews have too much influence in American politics. Now, they can point to Ann Coulter’s GOP debate diatribe as a mainstream affirmation of their beliefs, Karol Markowicz writes.


Sympathy for Syrian Refugees — But Not African Asylum Seekers?

Maya Paley is glad to see Jews expressing support for Syrian refugees. But isn’t that hypocritical, she asks, if we forget to advocate for the humane treatment of Israel’s African asylum seekers?


Why Israel Must Bury Hatchet With U.S. Over Iran — Now

Israel has no choice but to live with the Iran deal. Former Mossad chief Efraim Halevy says it’s time to bury the hatchet and work with the U.S. to counter the real threats in the region.

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