The New York City human-rights commission is prosecuting several Jewish businesses for posting a dress code. The case is not only groundless but based on highly prejudiced testimony.
The American Jewish Establishment Has Failed to Grapple with the Threat of Anti-Semitism
When the White House released its plan for the creation of a Palestinian state that also gives due consideration to Israeli security, writes Seth Mandel, a number of major Jewish organizations rushed to condemn it. The self-styled “pro-Israel, pro-peace” group J Street lambasted the plan for being too pro-Israel, as did the Israel Policy Forum—founded in the 1990s at the behest of Yitzḥak Rabin. Even the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) responded equivocally. To Mandel, this attitude is only a symptom of a deeper problem: