Category: Israel-US Relations

J Street’s Spiritual Conceit

Oct 24, 2009

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The pious spiritual claptrap that characterized J Street’s first policy conference in Washington was both a conceit and a cover for an agenda which seeks to create American pressure on Israel. It certainly did not fool the American Muslim leaders who spoke at the conference. They know and appreciate exactly what J Street is up to.

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On International Delegitimization and the Resilience of Israel

Sep 17, 2009

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This Shabbat sermon, delivered on the eve of Rosh Hashana, dwells on the growing campaign to criminalize Israel through “lawfare” and its meaning for Israel and world Jewry.

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Making Nice to Mubarak

Aug 17, 2009

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Is it any wonder that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak visited Washington davka when Congress was out of session?

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The boycott business

Oct 24, 1993

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Published in The Jerusalem Post, October 24, 1993.
By Harry Wall, director, and David Weinberg, assistant director, of the Anti-Defamation League’s Israel Office.
WITH the peace process well under way and Israel …

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Battle of the boycott

Apr 29, 1993

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Published in The Jerusalem Post, April 29, 1993.
By Harry Wall, director, and David Weinberg, assistant director, of the Anti-Defamation League’s Israel Office.
THE Arab economic boycott of Israel, long neglected, is …

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