Anti-Zionism is anti-Semitism, and those who give Jewish legitimacy to such ideas need to be shunned, writes Israel Project CEO Josh Block.
Only accepting Jews if they renounce Zionism is just as dehumanizing as only welcoming Palestinians if they endorse Zionism.
The Israel Project CEO Josh Block writes that Peter Beinart’s approval of giving platforms to supporters of Israel’s destruction is “simply insanity.”
Pro-Israel organizations are doing everything they can to prevent Jews — and members of Congress — from merely hearing Palestinian perspectives.
The Israel Project’s Facebook post featuring a tightly-clad female soldier is just the latest example of a conscious mission to sell Israel with sex, Andrew Dubrov writes.
Not all pro-Israel messages are created equal. As war rages in Gaza, public opinion experts are using focus groups to determine the best way to win over the American public.
The choice of Josh Block, 40, to head The Israel Project, one of the Jewish community’s fastest growing pro-Israel organizations, marked a clear shift for the group and in Block’s professional trajectory.
Josh Block brings an in-your-face style to his new job as head of The Israel Project. He is also leading sweeping changes at the fast-growing advocacy group.
Jewish professionals are known to play musical chairs and switch from one organization to another. It’s mostly institutional inside baseball, but some moves are more interesting than others.
The Israel Project, known for advocacy with a velvet glove, is set to name ex-AIPAC’er Josh Block as CEO, presaging big changes in style and substance.