It’s a dilemma many left-wing Jewish activists are facing these days: How should doves deal with President Donald Trump’s pivot to Middle East peacemaking? Can the same activists who fought fiercely against Trump’s election and who oppose almost everything he stands for embrace the president’s effort to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?
A White House preoccupied with the Russia scandal has enabled Jewish organizations to push back harder Trump’s domestic agenda.
American Jewish groups have followed the Netanyahu government’s lead in declining to discuss threats posed to Israel by Trump’s reported leak.
Pro-Israel students mustered a rare show of unity to protest campus speaker (and convicted terrorist) Rasmea Odeh.
Playing ‘pro-Israel at any cost’ politics is dangerous and alienating for the Jewish community, strengthening harmful forces amongst our ranks.
— The Center for Jewish Life at Princeton University denied the local chapter of J Street U space to hold an exhibition created by the left-wing Israeli NGO Breaking the Silence. The J Street U chapter decided to go forward with the exhibit, to be held Tuesday and Wednesday, in another campus space, despite…
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.
Much of the American Jewish and pro-Israel establishment places far-right, extremist voices and talking points at the center of their pro-Israel, anti-BDS advocacy –- with predictably disastrous consequences.
NEW YORK — Is J Street anti-Semitic? A South Carolina state legislator insists it is. But few — if any — Jewish leaders seem to agree. Alan Clemmons, a state representative from Myrtle Beach, S.C., is a darling of the pro-Israel community. He led the charge to pass a 2015 state law outlawing contracts…