David Schoen, one of former President Donald Trump’s impeachment lawyers, came to observant Judaism later in life. But he has always been a Zionist, according to an interview he did with the Zionist Organization of America, for which he is a member of the Board of Directors and a national officer.
“This is all a part of cancel-culture. Mort stands for questioning things that people don’t want to be questioned.”
“You think the Conference of President is there for international human rights? It’s there for Israel. Israel. Israel. Israel.”
J Street criticized the ZOA chief’s “racist and Islamophobic behavior.” Then the Coalition for Jewish Values called their letter “baseless slander.”
How much slack is the American Jewish community willing to give friends of Israel?
YouTube disabled the comments on a livestream of the hearing after it was flooded with racist and anti-Semitic comments.
Facing criticism over his use of the slur “filthy Arab” in a tweet, ZOA national president Mort Klein used the slur again in a voicemail.
The ZOA’s Mort Klein spent two days and nearly twenty tweets last week doubling down on his use of the phrase “filthy Arab” in a nighttime tweet.
Whistleblower lawsuit alleges misconduct and turmoil inside the Zionist Organization of America.
Mort Klein admitted that he had spoken with Jamal Benomar “a number of times” but declined to disclose details of their conversations.