As one of the Forward reporters responsible recently for a series of critical stories on Sebastian Gorka, President Trump’s top counterterrorism adviser, I would like to publicly thank Gorka for one of his high-profile comments yesterday.
Facing a supporting crowd of pro-Israeli Jews, President Trump’s controversial aide Sebastian Gorka sought to frame the discussion regarding his affiliation with pro-Nazi organizations as part of an organized campaign by critics of Israel.
Controversial White House aide Sebastian Gorka pushed back against accusations of ties to anti-Semites and Nazi allied groups in a speech the Jerusalem Post conference Sunday.
What is The Jerusalem Post thinking by inviting Sebastian Gorka to speak at a forthcoming conference?
Despite controversies surrounding his past associations, White House counterterrorism adviser Sebastian Gorka is a welcome speaker at upcoming Jewish and pro-Israeli events.
(JTA) — Ari Rath, a prominent Austrian-Israeli journalist who served as editor-in-chief at the Jerusalem Post, has died. Rath died Friday in Vienna, a week after turning 92, The Jerusalem Post reported. In recent years, he suffered from heart problems. Born in 1925 in Vienna, Rath came to pre-state Palestine as a 13-year-old, following Nazi Germany’s annexation of Austria in 1938. He…
The Jerusalem Post announced Wednesday that Yaakov Katz, an advisor to right-wing Education Minister Naftali Bennett, will take over as editor-in-chief, replacing veteran editor Steven Linde.
Two of Israel’s top retired generals told the Jerusalem Post conference how they resisted military action against Iran. J.J. Goldberg reports that the explanation drew howls of outrage from right-wingers who believe attacking Tehran is the only way to protect the Jewish state.
It shouldn’t have surprised anyone that Jack Lew was treated with such disdain at the Jerusalem Post conference. J.J. Goldberg writes that the behevior of the far right-wing crowd is even wearing thin on supporters of Benjamin Netanyahu.
Jack Lew getting heckled was only one of the weirdest things to happen at the Jerusalem Post conference in New York, writes Yael Even Or. Here are four other moments you might have missed.