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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.
Readers respond to the latest Jerusalem Post articles.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
In talking about the need to recognize two narratives, I was, of course, not referring to the Palestinian rejection of Israel’s legitimacy, but rather to the fact that there is a Palestinian people.
By JONATHAN GREENBLATT
It may sound surprising to say “American Jewish opposition to Israel,” and not to “Israel’s policies,” but it is sadly accurate.
By DANIEL GORDIS
The Palestinian social media were full of incitement to violence. I fought back with unwashed dishes and a sense of humor.
By LIAT COLLINS
Since its inception, J Street has received a cold reception from the establishment Jewish community for a variety of reasons, both legitimate and otherwise.
By ABE SILBERSTEIN AND JOSH FREEDMAN
A leader like Farooqi who is non-Jewish has a way to transcend this very personal Jewish struggle with Israel.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Now more than ever, it is clear that J Street is Obama's political and ideological home and he and Michelle should come join the J Street National Conference next month.
By LARRY GELLMAN
Until the televised debate, I had interacted little with Ben-Ami; but one small interaction had taught me a lot about his organization.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
J Street has grown to more than 200,000 members, including 5,000 students on 60 college campuses.
J Street has whined about being excluded from the mainstream Jewish community, but it is J Street that has excluded itself from joining in community activities such as a solidarity rally for Israel.
By ALAN DERSHOWITZ
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