American Jewish groups have followed the Netanyahu government’s lead in declining to discuss threats posed to Israel by Trump’s reported leak.
Sheriff Clarke, who is being sued for allowing a prisoner to die of dehydration, tweeted “the wall works” while on an NRA junket.
Jeremy Wynes, who has worked on staff at both AIPAC and the Republican Jewish Coalition, is seeking a seat in the U.S. Congress.
Playing ‘pro-Israel at any cost’ politics is dangerous and alienating for the Jewish community, strengthening harmful forces amongst our ranks.
WASHINGTON — The American Israel Public Affairs Committee thanked Congress for including defense assistance for Israel in its omnibus spending bill. The bill includes $3.1 billion in defense assistance, $600 million in missile defense cooperation programs and $42 million for joint U.S.-Israel ventures in tracking and destroying tunnels, a method of terrorizing Israel that…
Jon Ossoff, the Georgia congressional candidate Democrats are hoping will give President Trump a black eye, may also deliver a victory to the dovish side of the pro-Israel camp.
A piece of anti-terror legislation in Congress has turned into a test for pro-Israel policy in the Trump era.
What is the future of the organization given the pro-Israel environment on the Hill and in The White House?
Why remain Jewish in the highly assimilated America of 2017? Because, according to AIPAC, Israel needs you, and by safeguarding it, you can be a hero.
WASHINGTON — Democratic and Republican congressional leaders tussled on the AIPAC stage on the final day of its policy conference over which party’s prescriptions were better for Israel. The display of partisanship on Tuesday morning, hours before pro-Israel activists headed to the Capitol to lobby for their issues, was an extraordinary moment for the…