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The bill reads in part as a rebuke to the administration for ending funding for dialogue groups last year.
The Democratic party has long been seen as "less pro-Israel" than the Republicans, yet most Jewish-Americans surveyed say they vote Democrat. New groups plan to change that image.
“We speak out!” Senator Ben Cardin said in a call and response that earned applause.
American Jewry needs a powerful and rational voice speaking out about
the dangerous direction the far-right in Israeli politics is taking the country.
By ALAN ELSNER
Diminishing engagement with traditional venues of Jewish identity such as synagogues and religious denominations all characterize the millennial generation.
By SAM SOKOL
Conference members voted to reject J-Street after critics accused the group of being anti-Israel.
By SAM SOKOL,MAYA SHWAYDER
Friedman's remarks came in an interview with the New York Times on Friday.
By HERB KEINON,KHALED ABU TOAMEH,TAMAR BEERI
Jeremy Ben-Ami, group’s president: Fight over accord is "long-term policy and political battle."
By DANIELLE ZIRI
Netanyahu has nothing to fear from J Street, and AIPAC’s place in Washington and Jerusalem is very secure.
By MICAH HALPERN
Hoping to be identified as the “middle-ground," J Street characterizes itself as the home of the “pro-Israel and pro-peace Americans.” But its inconsistent stances reflect only uncertainty.
By JONATHAN (YONI) MICHANIE
Some hard-left activists are cutting away the limb upon which all pro-Israel Jewish community activity must be based – the love for, and identification with, Israel.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
The alt-left should stop inciting, sanctioning and targeting Jews of any sort in Israel because it will always come back to haunt Jews in their own country.
By ORIEL T. EINHORN
The legacy of Obama and Kerry is changing the calculus of American Jewish voters
By ABRAHAM H. MILLER,PAUL MILLER
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