The Republican presidential candidate has Jewish family members and friends. Here’s who they are.
What happened to the most powerful lobby in recent U.S. foreign-policy history?
It’s ‘good Jew’ vs. ‘bad Jew’ in the hyper-politicized moral arena of American Jewry and Zionism
A must-read piece in ‘The Times of Israel’: Why the applause for demagogue Donald Trump at AIPAC made one rabbi’s Jewish American soul sick
From the left to the right, AIPAC doesn’t speak for American Jews
The better angels of our nature expect nothing less
A shul reconsiders an invitation to give a talk on politics, based on a perception of the speaker’s political affiliations—and healthy dialogue takes yet another blow
Having failed to stop the Iran deal, and ignored by Democrats and Republicans alike, can the once-mighty organization bounce back?
Three steps the pro-Israel community should take today
In the fight over sanctions and the nuclear deal, how did the supposedly all-powerful pro-Israel lobby lose to the slick operatives of the National Iranian American Council?
And why this trend is disastrous for pro-Israel policy
What he said, what they said, and what America is now saying to the world about exterminationist anti-Semitism
Annual pro-Israel conference offers a dry run before Congressional address
Why have Jews in the U.K. never won a reported discrimination case against non-Jewish defendants?
Accepted by the mainstream Jewish community, some gays now feel excluded at New York’s premier LGBT synagogue
Slams advocates of Israel boycott as ‘bigots’ and ‘gullible fellow travelers’
Delivers his best speech on Israel to his toughest audience yet
A year of deadlock and diplomatic failure has defanged the organization
The first day brings sound and fury, but signifying what?
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With Washington locked in partisan warfare, the organization has to choose between being liked or winning
Indeed, the ‘Israel Lobby’ can only succeed because voters’ views give politicians the incentive to seek ‘pro-Israel’ bona fides
Would we be as interested if the group’s event hadn’t been closed to press?
In Washington, the president and his allies are using the nuclear issue to drive a wedge between Israel and its U.S. interlocutors
For decades, shared interests kept all three players in a mutually beneficial relationship, but its end might not be such a bad thing
New two-state legislative initiatives will test how willing their base is to be led
Just weeks after the group, unlike AIPAC, wouldn’t support a Syria strike
Obama asked AIPAC to support a strike. Now everyone’s blaming the Jews.
Precedes Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Martin Dempsey’s visit
Jack Cahn’s fight for his high school presidency gets the Times’ attention