Israel’s Brutal Month With the Democratic Party – and Its Impact on Public Opinion

The past several weeks has seen an unprecedented focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict within the Democratic Party, with rival blocs increasingly unafraid to nail their colors to the mast

Ben Samuels
Amir Tibon
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Ben Samuels
Amir Tibon

WASHINGTON – The debate over whether U.S. support for Israel remains bipartisan reached new heights in May. Progressive Democrats expressed unprecedented, pro-Palestinian sentiments while offering unrestrained criticism of Israel, with the moment even entering the realm of pop culture due to the popularity of lawmakers such as Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

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