Three Jewish organizations are accusing the Zionist Organization of America of inappropriately criticizing them.
Portman’s decision to boycott “gives credibility and legitimacy to the ludicrous, false, nonsensical belief that beautiful women aren’t too bright.”
Rivera had said that one of the biggest regrets of his journalistic career was not “backing the Palestinians” during the Second Intifada.
A piece about our annual gala misunderstands the ZOA.
ZOA’s Morton Klein attacked two young Jewish left-wing activists, calling one a “mindless idiot” and another a “pathetic frightened Jew.”
“Steve is one of the best friends that Israel has had in any administration.”
The group of right-wing Orthodox rabbis called the Forward an “embarrassment” for publishing an op-ed that faulted ZOA president Mort Klein.
McMaster was criticized for firing NSC staffers who held hawkish views on Iran, as well as instances where he said the Western Wall is not in Israel.
Gorka’s clash with Cuomo grew into a no-holds-barred brawl.
Playing ‘pro-Israel at any cost’ politics is dangerous and alienating for the Jewish community, strengthening harmful forces amongst our ranks.