The progressive lawmaker’s snub of Americans for Peace Now shouldn’t come as a surprise, and it’s time for like-minded groups to give up on her and focus on their real allies in Congress
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As Israel enters another lockdown period, join Haaretz correspondents Amos Harel and Judy Maltz for a special briefing on the decision’s political, economic and security implications
One country where Trump is popular is Israel, home to 250,000-300,000 Israeli Americans, whose votes could affect the outcome in at least one big swing state - Florida
Justice delayed: Kibbutz Ramat Hashofet honors deceased judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a weeklong name change, finally outdoing its neighbor Kibbutz Ein Hashofet in the fame of the jurist behind its name
Resolution also calls to ensure that any U.S. weapons sales don't 'adversely affect Israel’s ability to counter and defeat any credible conventional military,' amid talks of UAE purchase of F-35 jets
Normalization with Bahrain and the UAE could complicate Israel’s relations with Qatar, its dealings with Turkey and any future action in Iran
To help make sense of it all, we selected ten cogent and insider experts to parse this old/new reality. Their insights are essential reading
When they go to the polls, most Americans won’t be thinking about a diminished Arab-Israeli conflict. They’ll be thinking about 200,000 dead, economic crisis and racial injustice
Israel has opposed the U.S. selling the plane to other Mideast countries for fear of losing its military edge in the region
Two-thirds of Jewish voters plan to vote Biden-Harris, while 30% say they'll vote for Trump, according to a new survey. It also shows that Israel is a low priority issue for most of these voters
Israeli Filmmakers Put AIPAC and U.S. Evangelicals Under the Spotlight – and Are Alarmed at What They Find
Two new documentaries, 'Kings of Capitol Hill' and 'Til Kingdom Come,' offer a fascinating snapshot of the past, present and future of pro-Israel lobby groups in Washington
Opinion Can Israel Depend on Authoritarian Gulf Regimes for Its Security? Congress and Trump Must Decide
In private, Netanyahu said yes to the U.S. selling stealth fighters to UAE; in public, he’s opposing it. His mixed messages, and opaque motivations, will intensify the upcoming controversy between Trump, pushing for a deal, and Congress
Wasserman-Schultz Opposing U.S. Sale of F-35 Fighter Jets to UAE Puts Democratic Strategy on Display
U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who is seeking reelection to a ninth term in Congress, said the deal would undercut work toward encouraging other Arab states to normalize relations with Israel
Reserve was given to the embassy when the residence was built in the early 1960s, but what will happen to it now that the house is passing into private hands?
The embassy did not identify the buyer of the property, but a report identified them as U.S. casino magnate Sheldon Adelson
Race between Richard Neal and progressive Alex Morse reflected divide between centrist and left-wing Democrats, including on Israel policy
Massachusetts Primary Pits pro-Israel Incumbent Against Progressive Challenger – but This One Could Have a Twist
Alex Morse is hoping to unseat Rep. Richard Neal Tuesday and emulate recent progressive triumphs over long-standing Democratic lawmakers Eliot Engel and William Lacy Clay Jr.
Exactly why Rep. Jeff Duncan, whose congressional district includes few religious Jews likely to make the pilgrimage, is taking up the issue is unclear
10-page Summary of New Movement for Black Lives Platform Contains No Mention of Israel, 4 Years After Divisive Condemnation
On Friday morning, a Jewish statement in support of Black Lives Matter appeared in a full-page New York Times ad, signed by more than 600 national and local Jewish groups
Prime Minister Hamdok tells U.S. state secretary transitional government is not mandated to normalize ties
The Technion researchers’ system still needs improving but could lead to a revolution in data analysis – and of course sports betting
This group of Israelis all sought sanctuary in their homeland when the coronavirus ravaged NYC. They reveal what’s it been like to return to the city
Israeli security official says Netanyahu's conduct could result with the UAE getting advanced weaponry without a proper, professional discussion in Israel. But this is now Netanyahu's modus operandi
The way things are going, the Israeli prime minister might prefer Biden over the current occupant of the White House
Kushner defended Saudi Arabia's silence on the UAE-Israel deal in an interview with CNBC over the weekend: 'I do think that we have other countries that are very interested in moving forward'
As part of an update to the aid agreement with the U.S., Israel committed to gradually reduce the use of funds it receives for non-American procurement
Harris married into the tribe and is backed by some significant Jewish donors. But Netanyahu and his friend in the White House, who hoped to have a field day with a more progressive candidate, are a different story