U.S. president speaks with over 600 rabbis from the American Reform, Conservative, Orthodox and Reconstructionist movements, recounts military aid deal, Iran agreement.
Jews in America
Young American Jews, for example, are likely to say that Washington gives 'too much' support to Israel, according to Pew Research Center.
While rabbis won't outright endorse Clinton or Trump, the deep distress over the Donald has led some rabbis to reconsider their usual policies when it comes to politics and their holiday sermon.
Jewish Status Anxiety shows why they need progressives as much as progressives need the Jewish community.
The Jewish vote in America is about 'cultural identity and shared fears more than political stands or personalities,' history scholar says.
The Democratic Jewish caucus is campaigning to maximize Florida’s Jewish vote, because a difference between a 60 or 80 percent Jewish turnout for Clinton could decide the national vote.
Menia Perelman, who was born in Romania and survived four years in a concentration camp, says she prefers Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Advising AIPAC to 'get a life and stay out of mine,' Alpher accused U.S. Jews of an 'illegitimate takeover.' But non-Orthodox Jews in America often confront the thesis that the Israeli government can do no wrong.
Signatories say they oppose a boycott of Israel proper but call for settlements to be excluded from U.S. trade benefits and tax exemptions.
The prenup is likely to penalize the husband financially for refusing to give a 'get,' a Jewish writ of divorce, to their wives.