In a recent poll, 95% of American Jews felt the demand that Palestinians recognize Israel as the Jewish state is justified.
Dr. Avi Beker is the former Secretary General of the World Jewish Congress, the umbrella organization of 100 Jewish communities around the world. He lectures at the MA program on diplomacy at Tel Aviv University and on international law at the College of Kiryat Ono.
Beker was the Goldman Visiting Professor at Georgetown University, Washington D.C. (2007-9) and was a member of the Israeli mission to the United Nations.
He has published several books and many essays on international security, United Nations and world Jewish affairs. His recent book, The Chosen - the History of an Idea, the Anatomy of an Obsession, was published in 2008 by Palgrave Macmillan.
20 years after laying groundwork for post-Zionism, Benny Morris seeks to debunk the New Historians' claims about 1948.
The Republican Senator George Allen of Virginia and Madeleine Albright both have Jewish ancestry that is undeniable, but because of the Holocaust and persecution of the Jews, their parents chose to "free" their children of the nightmares of the past and to raise them as Christians.
The Krakow Jewish festival is being held for the 16th time this year. There is a double paradox in Poland today - Jewish revival without Jews and anti-Semitism without Jews.
Fifteen years after the collapse of the Communist regimes, Jewish life in Eastern Europe is re-emerging, mostly through the active leadership of the younger generations.
The double messages coming out of the Jewish community in regard to U.S. involvement in the Middle East are liable to weaken the Jewish lobby in its struggle against the administration on the issue of Iran.
Since Christians are obliged to worship a Jew as a god, they take revenge on the rest of the Jews, whom they describe as "sons of Satan."
It has been years since the word chutzpah has appeared in the verdicts of American courts, but in 2004 is made its debut in a verdict of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Those who expected more effective steps against anti-Semitism in Europe could not help but be disappointed at the results of the international conference on ant-Semitism in Cordoba last month.