A new ad by the Emergency Committee for Israel attacks senator Cory Booker for voting against a bill to cut funding for Palestinian Authority
In a new video ad, the Emergency Committee for Israel takes on Hillary Clinton, trying to drive home the notion that she is no great friend of the Jewish state.
The Capitol Hill debate over new sanctions on Iran is getting pretty nasty — and Jewish heavyweights are split down the middle.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has announced plans to shed light on the so-called “dark money” groups that spent millions during the 2012 election cycle.
FORWARD EDITORIAL: Passionate debate is expected when Israel’s future is at stake. But the meanness and mendacity on display this election year should have no place in our community.
FORWARD EDITORIAL: If some Americans spend obscene amounts of money to influence the outcome on Election Day, the rest of us deserve to know who they are.
The Republican Jewish Coalition and the Emergency Committee for Israel this week urged a group of rabbis supporting President Barack Obama’s reelection to purge members of the Jewish Voice for Peace Rabbinical Council from its ranks. The conservative groups claimed they were shocked by the inclusion in the “Rabbis for Obama” list of those whose “values are representative of a small and extreme group of anti-Israel activists.”
Two conservative groups called on the Obama campaign to sever ties with a “radical” on its newly-released list of more than 600 rabbis who support the president’s reelection.
It should be forbidden to exploit fear as a political tool. AIPAC and the Emergency Committee on Israel shamelessly violate that edict on the issue of Iran.