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American Jews: The Last Leftist Jews in the World

by Daniel Greenfield
May 18, 2015

Clip on a nametag, pick up a paper cup of lukewarm water and you can sit down in the audience at a thousand liberal Jewish establishment panels where the likes of Peter Beinart or Jeffrey Goldberg will sanctimoniously lecture their bored audience on the growing gap between American Jews and Israel.  91 more words


al-Nakba Day on Capitol Hill

Today I visited Washington, DC where the Capitol Building is getting a facelift. My goal was to connect with staff in each of the offices of the New Mexico delegation to talk about al-Nakba. 653 more words


J Street: Desperate to be relevant

by Paul Miller
May 13, 2015

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) has a serious problem. The halls of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in our nation’s capital may no longer be able to accommodate the turnout for their annual policy conference. 119 more words

Israel & Middle East

Anti-Israel Groups Lobby to Derail Anti-BDS Measure

by Adam Kredo
May 12, 2015

A leading pro-Israel lawmaker is pushing back against lobbying efforts by anti-Israel activists to derail a piece of legislation that would work to prevent U.S. 123 more words

Israel & Middle East

Speak to be heard when discussing Palestinian Israeli conflict

On March 21, over 3,000 people applauded after each and every sentence of the “Pro Israel Pro Peace” sentiment delivered at J Street’s 5th national conference in Washington D.C. 823 more words

The Justice

The New Christian Zionism and the Jews


By Rachel Tabachnick*

In late October, Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace laureate Elie Wiesel spoke at a Christians United for Israel (CUFI) event hosted by the controversial Christian Zionist John Hagee at his Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas. 5,976 more words

"Sheldon Adelson Will Not Be Ignored": He May Have Built A Lot Of Casinos, But He Doesn't Understand Much About Politics

Sheldon Adelson has never struck me as a brilliant guy, but I admit I don’t have much to go on in making that judgment. Maybe it’s the spectacularly ridiculous dyed-red combover that makes him seem like such a comical figure, but who knows. 579 more words