Category advocacy
Twenty-Three Jewish Organizations Sign Letter Demanding Justice for Joey Borgen – Jewish Victim of Vicious Antisemitic Gang Assault in Midtown Manhattan

ZOA Action Alert: Please Attend Court Hearing on Thursday Morning March 9 at 9:30 A.M. On May 20, 2021, a Jew-hating gang viciously assaulted Joey Borgen, a Jewish accountant wearing a yarmulka who was simply walking to a pro-Israel demonstration in midtown Manhattan. The gang knocked Joey Borgen to the ground; beat him with a […]

Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP)

Funded partially by groups with relations to Hamas, SJP is one of the most popular anti-Israel groups on campuses. It plans events and brings in speakers that aim to delegitimize Israel and teach students that Israel does not have a right to exist as a Jewish state. It spreads lies about Israel’s policies throughout campus […]

The Palestinian Authority’s Attempt to Erase Jewish History from Israel

The Palestinian Authority (PA) denies historical facts in an attempt to delegitimize the Jewish claim to the land of Israel. It brainwashes children through lies in state-sanctioned textbooks and actively removes proof of a continued Jewish presence there. In addition, PA leaders themselves publicly preach the “falsification” of Jewish history in Israel. The PA raises […]

Myths & Facts: Understanding UN Security Council Resolution 242

Adopted: November 22, 1967 Eli E. Hertz Resolution 242 is the cornerstone for what it calls “a just and lasting peace.” It calls for a negotiated solution based on “secure and recognized boundaries” – recognizing the flaws in Israel’s previous temporary borders – the 1948 Armistice lines or the “Green Line”1 – by not calling upon […]

ZOA Debunks Anti-Israel Propaganda: Learn the Truth About the Shimon HaTzadik (aka Sheikh Jarrah) Property Dispute

 Click Here to View as PDF  Summary: The private (Jewish) owner of property brought eviction proceedings against Arab squatters and holdover tenants who failed to pay rent for decades. The current owner has a chain of title of voluntary purchases/sales that goes back to 1875, when two Jewish community trusts first bought the then-empty land. […]