Here’s the problem with the Presidents Conference celebrating a Hanukkah party along with Azerbaijan at the Trump International Hotel in D.C.
Less than a month after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan signaled a readiness to mend ties with Israel after years of antipathy, a delegation of American Jewish leaders has embarked on a trip to embrace Turkey’s longtime rival Greece.
The leader of Arab parties in Israel’s Knesset was midway through an historic U.S. visit when controversy erupted over his refusal to meet in offices belonging to the Jewish Agency. Jewish leaders were furious, but Ayman Odeh insists he won’t acknowledge a group he blames for displacing Palestinians.
Two key turning points took place last week in the slippery slope to Israel’s growing international isolation, J.J. Goldberg writes. And then there was a third that is — um — a load of crap.
Leaders of several Jewish organizations met with United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday to express concerns about recent actions and comments made by U.N. officials.
An American Jewish delegation at an African Union summit left after AU delegates objected to its presence.
Memo from the Jewish Council for Public Affairs to the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations: Sorry for suggesting that our tent is bigger than yours.
One of the most bizarre aspects of the Presidents Conference vote on J Street is that it was taken in secret. J.J. Goldberg reveals who voted for and against admitting the dovish group.
The dovish group J Street has lost its bid to gain admission to the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations by a suprisingly large margin of 22-17.