The national deputy press secretary for the senator’s 2020 presidential campaign deleted the post after being contacted by Politico.
“We need to denounce all forms of hate. There is no hierarchy of hurt.”
I write as a proud American Jew who feels strong loyalty to both the U.S.A. and Israel.
“It’s clear my earlier tweet was critical of U.S. Senators like yourself, who are seeking to strip Americans of their … right to free speech.”
“This is gross and wrong,” one Twitter user wrote. “Do better.”
Omar cannot make the same mistake I did of affiliating so strongly with one group that she is unable to talk to the other side
Naftali Bennett’s idea of granting Israeli ‘semi-citizenship’ to Diaspora Jews strikes some as a friendly overture. But it’s a terrible idea for everyone concerned, writes Brent Sasley.
In the wake of the Iran deal, American Jews are forced to choose between the United States and Israel. Or are they? Jay Michaelson questions the fear of dual loyalty.
Who should an American Jew support in a hypothetical rift between Israel and the United States? Hillel Halkin thinks the answer shouldn’t be so complicated.