Category Op-Ed
OP-ED Deborah Lipstadt Should be Voted Down by the Senate

By Jackson Richman (AUGUST 03, 2021 / WASHINGTON EXAMINER) President Joe Biden announced last Friday he would nominate Holocaust scholar Deborah Lipstadt to be the U.S. Ambassador to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism. It’s a pick that would have been phenomenal in another era and unanimously confirmed by the Senate. Unfortunately, as a Biden surrogate during the 2020 […]

OP-ED Another Biden Hostile-to-Israel Nominee: Tamara Cofman Wittes | Frontpagemag

By Daniel Greenfield (July 20, 2021 / FRONTPAGEMAG) All you can say about Biden’s nomination of Tamara Cofman Wittes as Assistant Administrator for USAID’s Middle East arm is that she’s not quite as bad as Hady Amr: a foaming at the mouth supporter of terrorism picked as Biden’s point man for Israel’s conflict with the terrorists. But, […]

OP-ED Let Self-Haters Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield Choke on Their Woke – Israel National News

By Rabbi Prof. Dov Fischer (ISRAEL NATIONAL NEWS / JULY 20, 2021) You think Jews cannot be Jew-haters? Does any serious, open-minded non-Woke American still really believe that Jews are all “in it together”? How foolish! Even as Ilhan Omar is the worst Jew-hater in Congress, with salutatorian going to Rashida Tlaib and honorable mentions for New […]

OP-ED BY: Morton A. Klein, ZOA National President Antisemitic Record of Tides Foundation, Which New Temple U President Jason Wingard Chaired, Far Worse Than Previously Reported – ZOA’s Klein Op-Ed In JNS

By Morton A. Klein, ZOA National President Last week, I urged my alma mater, Temple University, where I also taught mathematics, to terminate Jason Wingard from his powerful position of Temple University president, to stop Wingard from potentially bringing Tides’ antisemitic, Israel-hating and Israel-demonizing mission to Temple’s programs, appointments, and community. With further research, we now […]

OP-ED ZOA’s Tuchman/Klein Op-Ed: Fighting Years of Antisemitism at Major Virginia Public School District

The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) sent a letter to the superintendent and school board of Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) last week, documenting years of antisemitism in the district. Parents contacted the ZOA after FCPS failed to rebuke and punish a school board member, Abrar Omeish, for using her school board position for personal […]

OP-ED Mort Klein’s JNS Article: ZOA Urges Temple Univ: Rescind Jason Wingard’s Appt. as New President, Since He’s Chair of Antisemitic Tides Foundation

(JUNE 24, 2021 / JNS) As a two-degree alumnus of Temple University in Philadelphia and national president of the Zionist Organization of America, I cannot remain silent regarding the recent appointment of Dr. Jason Wingard—chair of the anti-Israel, antisemitic Tides Foundation—to be Temple University’s next president. Under Wingard’s leadership, Tides has been funding and elevating organizations and individuals […]

OP-ED BY: Morton A. Klein, ZOA National President ZOA’s Klein JNS Op-Ed: Coalition Deal With Anti-Zionist Ra’am Islamist Party is Extremely Dangerous

(June 9, 2021 / JNS) The formation of an Israeli governing coalition with the anti-Zionist Islamist movement (Ra’am), and the reported concessions granted to Ra’am in the coalition agreement are extremely dangerous and inimical to Israel’s security, the rule of law, Israeli election integrity and may handcuff Israel’s free decision-making ability. The coalition agreement reportedly facilitates massive illegal […]

OP-ED BY: Steve Feldman, Greater Philadelphia ZOA Executive Director ZOA Op-Ed by Phila. Regional Director on Israel Independence Day

(April 30, 2021 / JNS) Seventy-three years ago on May 14 (according to the Gregorian calendar), the leaders of what in a few minutes would become the nation of Israel declared its independence. Just 11 minutes later, U.S. President Harry S. Truman gave the Jewish state and the Jewish people his and America’s blessing. Through a combination of […]

OP-ED BY: Jonathan S. Tobin A ‘Big Jewish Tent’ Is Incompatible With Cancel Culture | JNS

(April 28, 2021 / JNS) The question of what particular groups sit around the table at Boston’s Jewish Community Relations Council is not exactly one of the great dilemmas of modern Jewish history. Such organizations tend to take on the characteristics of a private social club. That ensures that the viciousness of the arguments of the participants is […]

OP-ED BY: Jacob Katz ZOA Board Member Son’s JPost Article: Why Did Princeton’s Hillel Refuse to Fly an Israeli Flag?

Editor’s Note: See Center for Jewish Life – Princeton Hillel statement below I am a sophomore at Princeton University and a veteran of the IDF. When I recently asked to hang an Israeli flag in Princeton’s Hillel house – also known as the Center for Jewish Life, “CJL” – I was greeted with anything but an enthusiastic yes.  In […]