President Trump’s loyalists have changed American politics (for better or worse).
The U.S. ambassador to Israel called on Palestinians to free an American-Palestinian who was detained for “selling land to a Jew,”
“I hesitate even to put a month on it because it has shifted as we continue to listen and talk to people.”
Rabbi Aryeh Lightstone, the senior adviser to Ambassador David Friedman, once worked for anonymous pro-Israel donors who now owe him money.
An ethics expert questions why the State Department has cleared the arrangement.
“Hamas leadership is holding the Palestinians of Gaza captive,” they wrote in an op-ed for the Washington Post.
After some back and forth, he told David Friedman that he could get the “good marble.”
Dr. Joseph Frager is one of the most prominent lay leaders in New York’s Orthodox Jewish community. He was paid $50,000 to give information to Qatar.
He said that most of the reporting of events on the Gaza border in recent weeks was “completely superficial” and “had no basis in fact.”
It’s not clear that Friedman knew what was in the image.