When an ugly hatred arrives in your idyllic backyard, don’t say we didn’t warn you it was coming
The Democratic Majority for Israel has nothing to show for its $2 million investment but a fresh narrative of defeat and party disunity
Democratic congressional primary wins by Jamaal Bowman and Mondaire Jones sweep old-guard Jews from power in New York
Did the organizations do enough to heed health emergency warnings around their recent conferences?
On the shrinking stage of the once-mighty pro Israel conference, Mike Bloomberg looks even smaller than usual
It was never a solution, it was a wish. Time to stop pretending it’s even that.
Some call him indispensable. To others, he’s an impediment to answering today’s challenges.
The socialism of fools takes Washington
A list of lobbies and their spending may surprise Congresswoman Omar and her supporters
Too Israeli for the left and not Zionist enough for the right, this human-rights lawyer could be one of Israel’s most effective ambassadors if his critics weren’t so afraid of what he has to say
The not-so-secret history of Christian Zionism and its legacy
The Minnesota congresswoman has repeatedly voiced classical anti-Semitic tropes, and this is deserving of strong condemnation. But she has also voiced an exceedingly rare willingness to reconsider her presumptions and put herself in the shoes of Jews, and they should take her up on it.
How Stephen Walt became the new foreign policy gatekeeper for the right
As AIPAC convenes in D.C., it’s time to admit the inconvenient truth: Donald Trump is bad for Israel
News about an inflammatory documentary breaks just as a charm offensive is underway. What does Doha really want?
How a storied philanthropy came to lend its legitimacy—and money—to groups that push boycotting Israel
Schumer rocked the house. But where were Trump’s people—Tillerson, Mattis, or Kushner?
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