A community that believes inclusion is the highest value ultimately stands for nothing.
It’s now on track to start jousting at windmills.
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.
As a new book shows, hatred of Jews can be infectious—and some of the worst carriers are Jews who defame their own people.
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. . .