“We urge those principled Human Rights Council member states to reject this blacklist, which evokes echoes of Nazi-triggered boycotts and blacklists against Jews,” the American Jewish Committee CEO said about the UNSC initiative.
“If Israel’s government continues with steps to annex the West Bank, the U.S. should make clear that none of our aid should be used to support annexation,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) told the New York Times in a recent survey of candidates’ policy positions.
His tweet warning against unilateral annexation of territory in Judea and Samaria prior to Israel’s March 2 election “wasn’t a threat,” but “lets people know where we stand,” says U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman.
“Jewish students were repeatedly harassed, heckled and threatened with physical threats of violence … Jewish students should never feel threatened and should NEVER fear for their safety while on campus,” posted campus group Tikvah: Students for Israel, on Facebook.
“When the Democrats blessed Israel, supported Israel, they were successful in politics,” Rabbi Berger told Breaking Israel News. “But they have changed and in a sly way, they are no cursing Israel. The Torah says that those who curse Israel will be cursed.”
The December meeting in Washington is said to have included Israeli National Security Adviser Meir Ben-Shabbat, his American counterpart Robert O’Brien, U.S. envoy for Iran Brian Hook and Emirati Ambassador to the U.S. Yousef Al Otaiba.
This disengagement was due to US pressure. Less than two weeks later, Hurricane Katrina destroyed New Orleans and other parts of Louisiana, leaving thousands of Americans homeless and killing at least 1,833. The damage was estimated at over $108 billion.
On the heels of the revelation that another senior Gantz adviser called the U.S. president “Donald Adolf Trump,” tweets surface by Blue and White campaign strategist Joel Benenson, claiming that Trump takes his talking points from the Nazi leader.