Trump’s attacks on the parents of a Muslim soldier killed in Iraq following their appearance at the Democratic convention led Gordon Sondland and Bashar Wali to distance themselves from his fundraising event.
Central Florida’s Jewish community laid the groundwork for interfaith cooperation with Muslims as the nation reeled in grief and anger after an anti-gay gunman massacred 50 people.
In comparison with Clinton, who has many advisers, her Democratic rival Sanders has no foreign policy operation to speak of.
Matt Nosanchuk was sent to convince 'every Jew in America' of the benefits of the nuclear deal with Iran, but he still says his most daunting task is the White House annual Hanukkah party.
Covenant Journey to offer heavily-subsidized evangelical 11-day trips to the Holy Land, combining Christian pilgrimage and pro-Israel advocacy activities.
'We must condemn the prime minister’s statement, singling out Arab citizens for exercising their legitimate right to vote,' Rabbinical Assembly says.
The national director of the Anti Defamation League says the uproar ignited by the PM's invitation to speak makes such a move unhelpful.
With the implications that it is unlikely to gain admission to the key umbrella group.
The potency of Israel as a wedge issue for Republicans was on full display during Netanyahu's U.S. visit, when what was meant to be a show of bipartisanship ended as a war of words with the Democrats.
The plan to incorporate modes of Jewish education, such as camps, day schools and more aim to better integrate Jewish education.
Right-wingers are calling for donations to be withheld from organizations that hold arts events which are, in their view, not nationalist enough.
U.S. National Security adviser opens Washington gala with a joke that left some pealing with laughter, and others perturbed.
Delegitimization - the new buzzword of pro-Israel activists -has become a major rallying point for the American Jewish community and is the up-and-coming cause for Jewish organizations.
Pro-Israel activists hope this week's conference emerges as a pivotal point back toward warmer ties between America and Israel in the wake of recent tensions.
The Forward's list represents Jewish politicians who are either making their first steps on the national scene or are viewed as possible future leaders.
Jewish-Latino alliance on immigration issues builds on heritage, experience, joint needs.
Members of the Jewish community harshly criticize Senator Joe Lieberman for opposing health care reform.
Her future relatives include convicted ex-Congressmen and an anti-Zionist professor.
Key partner for overseas funding turned down proposed agreement on distribution of funds.
Ambassador Michael Oren's rebuke adds to a vocal choir of critics from the right that has intensified its activity approaching J Street's first national conference.
Initial attempts to challenge legal status of Guantanamo detainees were led by five Jewish attorneys.
Because of joint efforts, it's all but certain the report will not reach any binding international forums.
The dovish Washington-based Israel lobby J Street is about to take over the Jewish community's largest likeminded grassroots organization.
U.S. now treating settlement freeze as part of package that will require concessions from Arab states.
Jewish community debates how far to go in dialogue with Islamic groups, as sides trade barbs and criticism.
An exclusive interview with former Pentagon Iran analyst Larry Franklin, five years after "the AIPAC case" began.