Despite offering a veneer of commitment to Israel, the White House is shaping an environment that is less stable and less safe for the Jewish state
Susie Gelman is the chair of the Israel Policy Forum, a non-partisan American organization founded in 1993 that advocates for a viable two-state solution that ensures Israel’s security, maintains it as a Jewish, democratic state and strengthens US-Israel relations.
As Israelis head to elections, it's critical to debate annexation – even if its proponents won't admit that they're playing with fire
Today, the most strident Israeli and American opposers of Oslo, from Netanyahu to Kushner and Friedman, have the upper hand. Sometimes making the comparison between peacemakers and Nazi collaborators, they are busy translating their 'vision' into reality
Pursuing unworkable and Utopian avenues toward Israeli-Palestinian peace serves no one's interests: not those of Israel, the Palestinians, nor the U.S. president himself.
If you want a Jewish, democratic, and secure Israel, start pressing the next President, and the U.S. Jewish community, to prioritize the two state solution.