Playing 20 Questions to Figure Out the “Deal of the Century” 

by James J. Zogby   I believe that it was Henry Kissinger who described his approach to running Arab-Israeli negotiations as creating the illusion of momentum to compensate for the lack of momentum. The goal wasn’t the outcome. It was… Continue Reading  

Why I’m Glad Netanyahu Won

by James J. Zogby I’m glad Benjamin Netanyahu won reelection. Since I realize that saying this won’t sit well with many folks, let me explain: As the election developed, it became clear that Benny Gantz, the leader of the opposition… Continue Reading  

Protecting Americans’ Right to Hear from the Leader of BDS

by James J. Zogby   I awakened early Wednesday to listen to a voicemail message from Omar Barghouti, a leading member of the Palestinian movement to Boycott, Divest, and Sanction (BDS) Israel. In the message, Omar told me that he… Continue Reading  

Ireland Leads on Pressuring Israel on Settlements

by James J. Zogby This past week, we hosted Irish Senator Frances Black in Washington. Black is the chair of the Irish Seanad’s (Senate) Palestine Working Group and the lead sponsor of the legislation to ban the import of products… Continue Reading  

The Shameful Attack that Backfired

by James J. Zogby What happened to Congresswoman Ilhan Omar was troubling. On the one hand, because she dared to challenge the way supporters of Israel have worked to silence debate on U.S. policy toward the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, she became… Continue Reading