It’s not enough to respond to anti-Israel attacks. To reach the young, pro-Israel activists need to focus on what Israel is, on its human face.
J Street’s new, anti-democratic campaign.
Polluting the public sphere.
More than a clash of personalities.
It increases the risks for entities that discriminate against Israel.
The role of J Street.
The nominally pro-Israel lobbying group J Street recently claimed that on the issue of Iran’s nuclear program, 84 percent of American Jews favor Obama over. . .
Daniel Mael, a student at Brandeis University, recently found himself threatened with disciplinary action for reporting on another student’s tweets celebrating the murder of two. . .
When not opposing the construction of houses in Israel, the advocacy group J Street, working alongside far-left and pro-Iranian organizations, has been lobbying the U.S.. . .
Mainstream American Jewish organizations have learned hard lessons from the past decades; not so, a group giving voice to those who would see Israel destroyed.
In failing to win admission to American Jewry’s least exclusive club, J Street has shown how few takers it has for its strident criticisms of. . .
J Street claims to be a pro-Israel organization. At its recent conference, the castigation of Israeli government policy—and applause for Fatah talking points—suggested otherwise.