You might think Biden’s lengthy pro-Israel record would inoculate, or at least modestly protect him from the overwrought, vituperative 'Israel-hater' hyperbole thrown at Obama. You'd be wrong
Abe Silberstein writes on Israeli politics and US-Israel relations from New York.
National interests and shared security priorities alone do not explain this extraordinary breakthrough, which also reflects the increasing role of strong personalities in shaping foreign policy
Will Ehud Barak, a founder of Israel's 'pro-peace' party, renounce his infamous 'no [Palestinian] partner' remarks, a myth that's now doctrine for the Israeli right, U.S. Jewish groups – and the Trump administration?
If a Jewish state really becomes dependent on the subjugation and annexation of Palestinians - apartheid - then its continuation would be immoral. But we haven’t reached that point of no return yet
America's no longer pretending to be an honest broker. The Arab world's no longer pretending to care about the Palestinians. That leaves France's Macron holding the whole future of the Middle East peace process in his hands
Bolsters Putin's claim to Crimea. Empowers Israel's West Bank annexationists. Discomforts Arab allies. Inflames the Druze: Why Trump's Golan move is so risky, transparent and foolish
The activists breaking the U.S. Jewish community's timidity and silence on the occupation are showing how Diaspora Jews should intervene in Israeli politics from the left, not just the right
In his memoir, 'No Country for Jewish Liberals,' journalist and Haaretz editor Larry Derfner explains how he can live – and sleep at night – in a country whose racism and aggression he abhors
We protested ZOA’s grotesque display of solidarity with Bannon. But we were also saying to the American Jewish establishment: Don't even think about establishing normal relationships with his camp.
As Dani Dayan settles into his new job as consul general in New York, it’s time for the American Jewish establishment to realize that uncritically tolerating his views undermines the fight against BDS.
Yes, Israeli commentators and political figures use the term 'apartheid,' but mostly as a warning for the future and about the present.