These Young Jewish Staffers Are Bringing Their Disillusionment With Israel to Capitol Hill

Jewish millennials in positions of influence in D.C. are assimilating their criticism of Israel into their work. They tell Haaretz how what they were taught about Israel growing up now informs their political efforts

Ben Samuels
Ben Samuels
Washington
Ben Samuels
Ben Samuels
Washington

WASHINGTON – The Israel debate among young American Jews has been the topic of countless clashes, as has the Democratic Party’s shift on the U.S.-Israel relationship. These two trends have also converged within a group whose members clearly have a voice: young, progressive Jewish millennials working in Washington.

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