The left’s confusion about what constitutes “morality” compels us to respond to Forward editor Jane Eisner’s criticism of the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) because ZOA supports President Trump’s executive order titled “Protecting The Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into The United States.”
Jewish organizations split along ideological lines in their reactions to Secretary of State John Kerry’s speech criticizing Israeli settlement growth and laying out principles to achieve a two-state solution.
Free speech advocates say that a bill passed Thursday by the U.S. Senate with bipartisan support could put campus critics of Israel at risk of being investigated by the federal government for civil rights violations.
The rightwing Zionist Organization of America is facing pushback for inviting the hard-right provocateur to an annual dinner.
Israeli Ambassador to the United States Ron Dermer will be accepting an award in New York next month from an American organization that has been labeled an anti-Muslim hate group.
The rise of Black Lives Matter, the largest civil rights movement of recent memory, has brought the differences between the ZOA and ADL — two historic Jewish organizations — into sharper focus.
As many Jewish groups jump on board a push for laws to penalize businesses and groups boycotting Israel, the Anti-Defamation League, long considered a pillar of the Jewish establishment, is not just standing back — it has been opposing the tide. Now, it’s taking flack for this.
Boldfaced Jewish names have lined up behind Donald Trump, but several Conservative movement stalwarts are withholding their support from the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
SJP claims to condemn anti-Semitism, yet the group engages in and encourages it, Susan Tuchman writes.
Hours before Israel’s Knesset voted Monday evening to disperse and head to elections, Prime Minister Netanyahu asked the finance committee to approve an “emergency” $40M grant to settlements.