In response to discussion with CAMERA staff, The New York Times corrected inaccurate claims about the E1 corridor cutting off Palestinian cities from Jerusalem and bisecting the West Bank.
ZOA Analysis: Most American Rabbis Who Are Boycotting Some Israeli Ministers Are From Extremist Left Wing Groups (J Street; T’ruah; JVP)
ZOA: Israel’s Reasonable Judicial Reform Proposals Are Good for Democracy, the Rule of Law and the Economy
News December 9, 2012ZOA is Disappointed, Offended and Frightened by 211 U.S. House Votes Supporting Jew-Hating, Israel-Hating Rep. Ilhan Omar
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