The Republican Jewish Coalition and J Street are trading barbs over their congressional endorsees and using the fights for fundraising.
J Street and its student affiliate, J Street U, launched a campaign last year to prevent the demolition of Palestinian homes.
Passing laws that can be used to crack down on individual freedoms only harms Israel advocacy efforts and turns BDS supporters into victims.
Among the 10 Democrats to sign the letter were four Jews: Sanders, Feinstein, Al Franken and Brian Schatz.
The single-minded focus on BDS in fact only makes it harder to fight, and distracts us from the critical issues that are fueling its rise.
Stephen Walt has modified his theory to the extent that it now has no explanatory power
Ross and Hochberg’s willingness to resort to strawman and guilt by association arguments exposes how weak their own argument really is
Walt’s efforts to show how the last ten years have proven him right would not pass muster in an introductory international relations course.
Jewish groups like the Anti-Defamation League, J Street and Bend the Arc spoke out against the latest travel restrictions.
J Street accused the Trump team of “dangerous ignorance about the nature of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and what it will take to end it.”