From flap to faux pas: New Jersey’s Chris Christie tries to placate fundraiser host Sheldon Adelson for having said 'occupied territories,' but forgets Israel altogether.
The most infuriating findings? That 62% of Poles, 61% of Lithuanians and 52% of Austrians(!) think Jews 'talk too much about the Holocaust.' Seriously.
Martin Indyk was blasted for fingering Israel in the ‘blame game’ but his warnings on the demise of the Zionist enterprise fell on deaf ears.
Reform leader Rick Jacobs decries 'dysfunctional' Conference of Presidents, whose rejection of J-Street has stirred emotions and raised tempers across the Jewish community.
On many issues, the liberal advocacy group is closer to American Jewish views than most of the organizations that voted to keep it out of the Conference of Presidents.
The Secretary of State forgot that 19th century off-the-record rules don’t apply in the 21st century, creating an 'apartheid storm' at a particularly peevish time for Barack Obama.
Even if one rejects the comparisons, there is biblical justice in Israel paying for its sinful support for the South African apartheid regime.
In closed briefing, presidential adviser Philip Gordon tells Jewish leaders that while timing of deal was 'unhelpful' it was hard to see how peace could be reached with only 'half a Palestinian entity.'
PM asserts Israel won’t negotiate with any Palestinian government 'backed by Hamas,' exposing looming dispute with U.S. if Palestinian reconciliation reaches fruition.
In a no-holds barred conversation, Haaretz’s Chemi Shalev talks at length with Prof. Stephen Walt, coauthor of the notorious 'Israel Lobby,' about accusations of anti-Semitism and U.S. foreign policy.