This past weekend, Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib retweeted a story that falsely accused Israelis of killing a Palestinian child in Jerusalem.
Baghdad-born Dalia al-Aqidi says Rep. Illhan Omar ‘supports Islamists and enemies of America and Israel, and there are no exceptions.’
Sara Leah Whitson publicly campaigns on behalf of settlements in Nagorno-Karabakh, but against settlements Israelis put up.
Despite Rhodes’ propaganda, America is in a far stronger position to deal with Iran’s provocations under Trump than at any time since Obama entered office.
Historian Tom Segev’s new biography of the Israeli prime minister and Zionist hero, ‘A State at Any Cost: The Life of David Ben-Gurion,’ chronicles a series of important 20th-century episodes that have salience for today.
A growing number of Democrats tolerate, or even gladly support, the movement to boycott Israel. They justify it in the name of free speech and social justice, but it’s economic warfare.
Institutions of higher learning are increasingly in thrall to anti-Israel groups that disguise bigotry and antisemitism behind flowery manipulations of the truth.
Linda Sarsour now alleges the existence of Jews and their grandchildren in their historic homeland is akin to white supremacy.
An interview on BBC addressed claims that the Labour Party has institutionalized anti-Semitism under the auspices of Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership.
What does the upcoming referendum say about the atmosphere on campus—that Columbia’s most famous divestment to date was from apartheid South Africa?
Following the model of the U.S. House Democrats, the Israeli left is beginning its own circus of invented crimes, selective leaks, and unreliable witnesses to try to take down their political opponent by underhanded means.
Mike Pompeo’s announcement affirms the inhabitance of Jews in territories recaptured in the Six-Day War in 1967 does not violate international law.
A survey of 2,504 French adults found that 69 percent of respondents would not buy products labeled ‘made in Israel.’
Israel’s Islamic jihadist neighbors in Gaza have attacked America’s closest ally for the last three days. Why are Biden and Buttigieg the only 2020 candidates speaking up?
Yesterday, the EU’s Court of Justice, the highest court in the EU, ruled that Jewish products made in contested areas of Israel must bear consumer warning labels.
“I believe absolutely, not only in the right of Israel to exist, but the right to exist in peace and security. That’s not a question,” Sanders said.
Boycott, divest, sanction queen Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) published an op-ed in The Washington Post yesterday condemning the use of sanctions to motivate countries to change.
While it’s possible that a change in the Israeli prime minister will shift foreign policy ever-so-slightly, it’s unlikely to have a huge effect, if any, on the Israeli-U.S. dynamic
Americans can expect Israel will soon be led by a prime minister named Benjamin who’s focused on Israelis’ security. Regardless of which Benjamin that is, expect the U.S. Democrats’ left flank to be unhappy about it.
Given the complexity and intensity of the existing U.S.-Israel alliance, it seems unlikely that a pact of this nature would alter the dynamic tremendously. It may, however, alter the behavior of Israel’s neighbors.
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