Senior Columnist Peter Beinart argues that it’s time for the US to consider putting conditions on how its funding to Israel is used.
Europe’s synagogues remind me of Europe’s Jews: every bit as Jewish as their American brethren in private, but publicly more cagey and discreet.
“When Palestinians rise up again — hopefully non-violently and raise the cost of occupation again, Israeli politics will change again.”
AIPAC says its now under threat, but its actions show that it’s doing more of the threatening, particularly to American Jews, critical of Israel.
For years member of Trump’s White House Administration have made islamophobic remarks that helped fuel the New Zealand mosque massacre.
The United States is not a bystander in this. For many years, Israel has used American weaponry in Gaza
Anti-Semitism is rising and so many politicians are responding to it not by protecting Jews but by victimizing Palestinians.
Representative Ilhan Omar was wrong to tweet that the American’s support of Israel is about money. Bu she’s being judged by a double standard.
I hope Sanders runs, if only for one reason: To change the debate inside the Democratic Party about Israel.
Instead of seeing Israel as a Jewish Disneyland, young American Jews will see it as a country that is precious and in urgent need of moral repair.