Israeli prime minister contenders to address major Jewish American groups ahead of the March 23 election.
“This is all about silencing me, but they can’t silence me, because it’s not a part of my nature. I’m a child of survivors.”
“This is all a part of cancel-culture. Mort stands for questioning things that people don’t want to be questioned.”
J Street criticized the ZOA chief’s “racist and Islamophobic behavior.” Then the Coalition for Jewish Values called their letter “baseless slander.”
The Anti-Defamation League, National Council of Jewish Women and HIAS have filed a grievance with the Zionist Organization of America.
Secret rules suggest that a lack of transparency is a feature, not a bug, at the Presidents Conference.
Many major Jewish organizations said they had no idea he was on the board of Delek Drilling.
Two of America’s largest Jewish organizations are raising concerns about Malcolm Hoenlein’s ties to an Israeli gas company.
A powerful American Jewish leader has a little-known side gig on the board of an energy company that just cut a major deal with an Egyptian firm.
HOenlein has led the Jewish community’s umbrella foreign policy group for more than three decades.