“If a person can grow through unthinkable trauma and loss, perhaps a nation may, too.”
AIPAC’s new political action committee will aim to strengthen the involvement of the pro-Israel community in politics.
The Fifth Council District that represents much of the Westside lost one Jewish neighborhood but gained another (and a half).
Republican, pro-Israel and with no Jewish space laser comments on her resume, Jennifer Strahan hopes to oust the incumbent.
“You are not obligated to complete the work, but neither are you free to desist from it.” This quote from Pirkei Avot is recited so often among Jewish activists that it can feel like a cliche. Many of us have heard it in moments of exhaustion, pessimism or despondence.
Democrats say Glenn Youngkin’s campaign has backed antisemitic tactics.
A flier circulating in my home state this week depicts a Jewish politician seated at a table stacked high with gold coins.
Kaminsky, a Democrat from NY, describes himself as a leader in combating antisemitism, advancing the U.S.-Israel relationship and fighting corruption.
George Birnbaum, former chief of staff to Netanyahu and a senior adviser to Bennett, was in Jerusalem to witness the rise and fall of both men.
What if we on this side of the globe just … stopped?