After the group compared the St. Paul representative to ISIS, McCollum accused it of weaponizing antisemitism and hate.
Developments in Washington have put Israel on its back foot, and one in particular calls into question the value of Netanyahu’s tight relationship with President Trump, with whom he’s chosen to be pictured on his campaign billboards.
President Trump, on the other hand, seemed to celebrate the move.
The St. Paul Democrat has frequently taken positions that put her at odds with her colleagues.
Her piece in the Washington Post speaks respectfully of the “horror of the Holocaust” and the historic suffering of Jews, which might buy space for her to ask Israel and its American allies to acknowledge that the creation of Israel has been a tragedy for the Palestinian people.
In a 2016 op-ed, Coleman called Trump a bigot, a misogynist, a fraud, a bully, and a con artist, in that order.
PBS’s “Frontline” is premiering a documentary Tuesday examining Benjamin Netanyahu rise and his dealings with President Obama.
Jeremy Ben-Ami tells a U of M audience that opposition to a two-state solution endangers the future of Israel.
The Israeli prime minister could surprise us. That thought and seven others following the Israeli election.
Rather than signifying a “great victory,” the prime minister’s win on Tuesday is unlikely to make Israel any easier to govern.
For Sen. Franken and Reps. McCollum and Ellison, the speech was more about politics than real progress on Iran policy.
The Prime Minister’s speech is hugely controversial in Israel, as well. As much as Israelis might chafe at U. S. policies, most know how important the relationship is.
Because I wish for someone to do something for peace, I wrote up a few remarks that I wish Prime Minister Netanyahu would deliver.
We are staying on my cousin’s Kibbutz in the south of the country, about 15 miles from the north end of the Gaza strip.
The violence has prompted demonstrations of solidarity with Palestinians and responses from Minnesota lawmakers and a leader in state’s Jewish community.
As Hamas and Israel trade fire, the family of Mohammad Abu Khdeir, kidnapped and burned alive, is still mourning and the neighborhood reeling.
The exchange of Hamas rockets and Israeli missiles began on July 8. A look at a few telling metrics, which only begin to shed light on the conflict.
The bodies of the three yeshiva students were recovered near Hebron. Israel’s deputy defense minister called for the destruction of Hamas, which threatened retaliation in turn.
A robust Israeli security operation to bring home three kidnapped teenagers has turned into a much wider crackdown on Hamas, which could potentially lead to a violent escalation after years of relative calm.
An American couple wants their son’s passport to read, “Jerusalem, Israel,” not simply “Jerusalem.” The court will consider whether a 2002 US law giving them that option trumps a State Department policy.