Soros, Bannon, and the Anti-Semitism of Israel’s Prime Minister

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by Edo Konrad Benjamin Netanyahu is the self-appointed protector of world Jewry. And as such, he views his role not only as prime minister of Israel, but as the spokesperson for Jews across the world. On Saturday, Netanyahu played that role when the… Continue Reading  

Netanyahu’s Predictable Traps to Sabotage Peace

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by Lara Friedman In the weeks leading up to President Trump’s first planned trip to Israel, many observers have been waxing cautiously hopeful that, based on what Trump and officials like Jason Greenblatt have said and done thus far, the… Continue Reading  

Greater Israel and the Prospects for Peace in the Middle East

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by Chas W. Freeman, Jr.  We are here to discuss the prospects for peace between Israel and the Palestinians.  Israel has long sought to normalize its relations with Arab states without having to address the status of its captive Arab populations… Continue Reading  

Netanyahu’s Alt-Zionism Has No Need for American Jews

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by David Sarna Galdi Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu this week told a delegation led by Reform Movement head Rabbi Rick Jacobs what it wanted to hear — that he was attuned to their concerns. But Netanyahu’s shocking silence during the… Continue Reading  

What Linda Sarsour Said

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by Mitchell Plitnick Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour has been in the spotlight quite a bit in recent weeks. Her role in organizing the anti-Trump Women’s March, which drew larger crowds than Donald Trump’s inauguration and mightily rankled the incoming president,… Continue Reading