“We believe no American president in history has done more to defend the Jewish people in the United Nations.”
“We believe that support for President Trump’s announcement is both politically shortsighted and morally unsound,” the letter reads.
The term, as used by the GOP, is reflective of an ideological strategy to unite two warring camps — and most Jews are not on their team.
President Trump defending Moore reminds me of ultra-Orthodox rabbis who have been trying to keep their sexual abuse epidemic a dark secret for years.
“We’re thanking President Trump for declaring Jerusalem the eternal capital of Israel. Contribute any amount to stand with President Trump.”
Palestinian leadership cares less about borders or territory than trying to actively demonize, delegitimize and reject the very existence of Israel.
Now that Donald Trump has formally recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, a few things could happen — and most of them are not good.
“A declaration from the United States government that appears to endorse sole Jewish proprietorship over Jerusalem adds insult to ongoing injury.”
An appeal to donors invites them to “wish the first family a merry Christmas.”
It’s strange that despite the willingness to part with the ideal of Greater Israel, almost everyone is adamant that Jerusalem must remain united