Eighteen Democratic candidates for their party’s presidential nomination were silent on the Gaza violence.
Booker reportedly said last month that Omar’s comments about AIPAC were “absolutely unacceptable.”
They wanted to know why Booker’s “Justice for All” campaign did not extend to Palestine.
“Ki beiti beit tefillah yikarei l’chol ha-‘amim — ‘may my house be a house of prayer for many nations.’ We were not formed as a theocracy.
Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris said they would reenter the deal.
Booker’s independence from the traditional pro-Israel line showed up again in 2017, when President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem was imminent.
The Forward spoke with Oscar-nominated director Marshall Curry about his film “A Night at The Garden.”
“Cory, you got to be with your friends, man. The Jewish community made you one of the biggest recipients of … financial campaign support.”
Just days after Pittsburgh, American Jewish establishment groups got one step closer to a bill that would criminalize some boycotts of Israel.
“Senator Booker was approached by dozens of people for photos,” a spokesman said.