U.S. Rep. Grace Meng, a Democrat who represents a heavily Jewish district in New York City, has come out in opposition to the Iran nuclear deal.
Liberals were happy to hear President Obama come out swinging in favor of the Iran nuclear deal. But by blasting the neo-conservatives who led us into the Iraq war, did he strike the wrong chord with some Jews?
President Barack Obama on Thursday told groups that support the Iran nuclear deal to make their voices heard to Congress to counter the millions of dollars in lobbying by those who want to derail the agreement.
U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz spent the last year personally negotiating with Iran. Now, he explains how the nuclear deal improves the security of the United States — and Israel.
Argentina’s government has expressed concern that the Iranian nuclear deal will benefit an Iranian suspect in the AMIA Jewish center bombing.
The Orthodox Union is asking hundreds of rabbis to fly to Washington in September to lobby against the Iran nuclear deal.
Israel’s consul general in Philadelphia, Yaron Sideman, warned Jerusalem this week that the American Jewish community is divided over the nuclear agreement with Iran, and does not stand united behind Israel in the controversy.
Jewish federations from coast to coast are coming under intense pressure to denounce the Iran nuclear deal, even though they usually avoid political disputes and the public is split down the middle. So far eight local groups have urged Congress to block the agreement.
Mike Huckabee set a new low even for the 2016 Republican presidential field when he compared President Obama to the Nazis. But he’s not the only one who could use a lesson on the dangers of hyperbole when it comes to Iran.
The longest-serving Jewish member of Congress, who is also an Israel backer, said he will support the Iran nuclear deal.