Foxman, Abraham H.
June 2010
Commentary;Jun2010, Vol. 129 Issue 6, p21
The author reflects on the reaction of American Jews to U.S. foreign policy related to Israel under the administration of U.S. president Barack Obama. Concerns regarding the approach of the administration to the issue of Israeli settlements, U.S. attempts to gain favor with Islamic nations, and the importance of peace between Israelis and Palestinians are examined. Jewish concerns for Israeli security and the effectiveness of Jewish actions against the Obama administration are also discussed.


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