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Israel’s destruction of Mamilla cemetery part of effort to remove Palestine from Jerusalem

Mamilla cemetery does not exist anymore. What exists now is a hotel, a school, a parking lot, a public garden, a nightclub and the US consulate. Also a museum to celebrate tolerance. But the meaning of tolerance in West Jerusalem, aShow More Summary

The short road from anti-Westernism to anti-Semitism

Corbynmania has unleashed a great feeling of hope and change in the British public, especially among people hoping to wipe Israel off the face of the earth. Whether or not… Continue reading The post The short road from anti-Westernism to anti-Semitism appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Danny Danon ‘would only make Israel look more extreme’ — former Israeli ambassador

In 2011, Israeli ambassador Michael Oren tried to postpone New York Times publication of an op-ed by Danny Danon because Danon was an extremist who would hurt Israel's image. Benjamin Netanyahu must like it that way: he just appointed Danon as UN ambassador!

The Little Think Tank That Could

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the so-called 800-pound gorilla, is the big player in lobbying against the nuclear weapons agreement that the United States and five other countries signed with Iran. When it comes to influencing...Show More Summary

AIPAC Chose A Peculiar Admiral For Its Memo Against The Iran Deal

WASHINGTON -- Last week, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the largest pro-Israel advocacy group in the United States, released a memo listing former military commanders opposed to the Iran nuclear deal. Standing out among...Show More Summary

Places That AIPAC Would Never Show U.S. Congress Members on Their Upcoming Propaganda Trip to Israel

2 weeks agoNews : Truthdig

By Max Blumenthal Instead of the one sponsored by an arm of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, a tour of the “real Israel” would show U.S. representatives the ugly truth behind Israel’s propaganda.

AIPAC spending estimated $40 million to oppose Iran Deal

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) is throwing mountains of money around in an attempt to derail the Iran nuclear deal. NPR says AIPAC will spend $20 million to $40 million to oppose the Iran deal, but that might be a conservative estimate.

Reporting From Iran, Jewish Paper Sees No Plot to Destroy Israel

2 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

A journalist from The Forward, an American Jewish pro-Israel publication, described a “dynamic push-and-pull’’ between Iran’s theocratic government and its people.

Reporting From Iran, Jewish Paper Sees No Plot to Destroy Israel

A journalist from The Forward, an American Jewish pro-Israel publication, described a “dynamic push-and-pull’’ between Iran’s theocratic government and its people.

Lost in Translation: Israeli Consensus on Iran is a Myth

2 weeks agoReligion / Judaism : Jewschool

The recent nuclear deal reached between the world powers and Iran has been overwhelmingly denounced in Israel. With the noble exception of past security establishment high-ups and academic experts, the public debate has by and large claimed that the agreement is bad. Show More Summary

The enemies list

It's a long list of Americans in public life who have paid a price in lost jobs or vilification for being critical of Israel

It’s not anti-semitic to call out the Israel lobby over Iran Deal

"Israel lobby" is a descriptive term, not an expression of bigotry. If Bill Kristol responds to Obama's statement that Israel is only country publicly to oppose the pact by saying, "All the greater Israel’s glory," I have a right to say that the Iran Deal opponents care about a foreign country.

Fears of Lasting Rift as Obama Battles Pro-Israel Group on Iran

3 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

The president accused the American Israel Public Affairs Committee of spending millions on advertising to try to defeat the accord, as well as spreading misinformation about it.

Israeli Lawmaker Comes Out Following Jerusalem Gay Pride Stabbing: ‘We Can No Longer Remain Silent’

4 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

A member of Israel’s Knesset parliament has publicly come out as gay in response to yesterday’s stabbing attack at a gay pride parade in Jerusalem that wounded six. “It is no longer possible to remain silent,” wrote 35-year-ol… The post Israeli Lawmaker Comes Out Following Jerusalem Gay Pride Stabbing: ‘We Can No Longer Remain Silent’ appeared first on Towleroad.

Zirin Freaks Out Over NBA Good Will Trip to Israel

Once again, loon-left publication The Nation reminds us that in this time of exquisite PC sensitivity, we can all still hate on Israel.

Are Democrats in for a long, hot August over the Iran deal?

Politico reports that opponents of the Iran deal are looking to spend tens of millions on ads hammering Democrats who are thought to be undecided on it: The American Israel Public Affairs Committee is teaming up with other pro-Israel Jewish groups to spend between $20 million and $40 million to blast the deal through commercials […]

Mariah Carey Dedicates ‘Hero’ To Alleged Boyfriend As She Announces Israel Gig

Mariah Carey may have been accused of staging a publicity stunt with new boyfriend James Packer, but she still dedicated a song to him. Gossip Cop has the news. “Mariah Carey dedicated her song ‘Hero’ to boyfriend James Packer during her ‘#1 to Infinity’ Las Vegas show at Caesars Palace on Wednesday. Show More Summary

The Onion Predicts the Future With Satire on US Offer of Missiles to Israel

Satirical publication The Onion has, on occasion, fooled many into believing its headlines are true. But a joke from earlier this month about soothing the Israeli prime minister’s fears over the Iran nuclear deal was realistic enough that it ended up coming true.

If Americans support Iran deal, 56-37, what gives Israel the power to ‘croak’ it?

AIPAC may spend $40 million to oppose the Iran deal, and the greatest pressure is on Democrats who don't want to vote for it for fear of losing their jobs. The public supports the deal by 56-37. But unfortunately, the politics of the deal are playing out chiefly inside the Jewish community. The White House talks to Jewish groups and the Defense Secretary goes to Israel.

Opponents rally to stop Obama's "Worse than Munich" Islamist Iran appeasement

Second Take on Iran by AIPAC: Congress Must Stop this Bad Deal A second statement by AIPAC following review of the Iran agreement brings a strong thumbs down on the deal. 'A new, better deal is needed' The American Israel Public Affairs...Show More Summary

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