(RNS) — The season of irrational fears: of AIPAC, and of the Democratic Party. Let's cut it out.
If Democrats want to alienate supporters of Israel, they are doing a great job.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Speaker Nancy Pelosi's public rebuke of a freshman representative who helped deliver the Democratic House majority was the latest exposure of an increasingly tense split among Democrats over U.S.-Israeli policy.
JERUSALEM (AP) — The gulf between the country's hard-line government and liberal Jewish Americans who oppose its policies is growing.
When Jews boo a President, they are violating Judaism.
Whenever you think that the world has gone to hell, read a story like this one.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Wary Jewish voters await Trump inside and outside the AIPAC conference.
(RNS) The only Jewish candidate in the presidential field will also be the only one not addressing the American Israel Public Affairs Committee next week. Scheduling conflict, the Democrat said.
(RNS) America finds itself in a very difficult time. We have to do something.
I helped organize my fellow rabbis to spurn the speech to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee's annual conference. Sometimes silence is a scream.
(RNS) In the Jewish community, the intense debate over the Iran deal has been especially divisive and has raised tensions between the U.S. and Israel.
(RNS) Rabbi Sidney Schwarz says old-style American Jewish institutions better figure out how upstart Jewish organization are attracting young Jews, and leaders of new Jewish movements should take some advice from their elders.
(RNS) Each morning, Sami Rahamin attends synagogue to recite the Kaddish memorial prayer for his father, who was shot dead by a disgruntled former employee. Then he turns his attention to a faith-based crusade: gun control.