Trump's words against Clinton are impossible to ignore, and are especially reminiscent of the violent rhetoric preceding Yitzhak Rabin's assassination.
Allison Kaplan Sommer
While keeping mum on the U.S. election, even Netanyahu must be coming to terms with Clinton, the devil he knows, over Trump and complete uncertainty.
The Republican Jewish Coalition's ad titled 'The Anti-Israel Voices of the Democratic Party' presents the Democrats as a hotbed of Israel hatred.
'Hillary's wars in the Middle East have unleashed destruction, terrorism and ISIS across the world,' tweeted the Republican nominee.
The former U.S. president has a special connection to the Hebrew language – Israelis will never forget his use of 'shalom haver' at Yitzhak Rabin’s funeral.
On the night of her nomination as Democratic presidential candidate, Clinton’s role in bringing Iran to the negotiating table and shuttle diplomacy in 2012 Israel-Hamas conflict was highlighted.
Georgia congressman Hank Johnson also likened Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Clinton critics have been quick to point out that Kaine was one of the first senators to announce he was boycotting Netanyahu’s controversial speech to Congress.
From Donald Trump’s VP pick Mike Pence to Israeli Rabbi Yigal Levinstein, free expression and religious liberty are clashing with the protection of the civil rights of LGBT citizens.
Lookstein has been angrily attacked and loyally defended, buffeted by two storms in two countries: the reaction to Trump among American Jews, and the battle between modern Orthodoxy and the ultra-Orthodox dominated Israeli rabbinate.