Bernie Sanders’s time on a kibbutz affiliated with Hashomer Hatzair should be a proud talking point for the leftist candidate, not an embarrassment, A. Daniel Roth argues.
Shaar Haamakim is proud to have hosted a U.S. presidential candidate who trumpets its principles. But the kibbutz’s association with a communist, Soviet-affiliated faction could hurt Bernie Sanders.
Americans who are truly pro-Israel need to convey that the U.S. will never accept an Israeli decision that favors a Jewish state over a democratic one, Ambassador Avi Gil argues.
Included in the Oscars swag bag this year is a $55K trip to Israel. Sigal Samuel says that’s not so much about pleasing the actors as it is about pleasing Israel itself.
A 10-day, first-class trip to Israel is one of the gifts that will be offered in the swag bags of this year’s Oscar nominees.
Bernie Sanders’s time at an Israeli kibbutz that was once a pro-Soviet stronghold quickly spawned a torrent of red-baiting from the right. Will the ugly accusations hurt the Democrat’s presidential campaign?
A Customs reminder barring West Bank products from being labeled “Made in Israel,” has turned into a political fight with Republicans pushing forward a legislative measures in order to revoke the labeling rule.
Does Human Rights Watch’s call for businesses to pull out of settlements mean hurting ordinary Israeli and Palestinian citizens? Sarah Saadoun says that idea doesn’t stand up to scrutiny.
A former national president of the Australian Labor Party has criticized its New South Wales branch following the publication of motions seeking to ban its members from participating in Jewish-sponsored trips to Israel.
Activists distributed thousands of fake anti-Israel versions of The New York Times in Manhattan and promoted an online version via social media.