Pro-Israel bills would seek to authorize violations of US constitutional rights. Read more about Congress encouraging US states to “combat BDS”
US has penalized settlement products labeled “Made in Israel” for 20 years. Read more about US lawmakers slam EU to defend Israeli settlements
Was sponsor of anti-Palestinian resolution afraid it would not get enough support? Read more about Silver lining in US Congress debate on Palestinian "incitement"
Despite tensions on Iran, Benjamin Netanyahu will collect a check for more military aid to Israel when he visits Washington in November. Read more about Has the Israel lobby really lost its mojo?
Measure attached to trade bill passed by Congress has less teeth than Israel lobby thinks. Read more about Anti-BDS provision signed by Obama won’t stop this movement
The United States should end its double standards that afford Israel impunity. Read more about Why won't the US investigate Israeli violence against US citizens?
The State Department is breaking US law by continuing to fund the Israeli military despite the human rights violations documented in its own annual report. Read more about By supporting Israel, Hillary Clinton and Congress flout US human rights law
US support for Israel, once a carefully nurtured bipartisan consensus, is fast degenerating in the context of the 2012 presidential election into a mud-slinging partisan contest as to which party, in the words of Mitt Romney, who leveled the accusation against Obama, is more guilty of having “thrown Israel under the bus.” Read more about The phony war over which US party loves Israel most
Israel may be forgiven for failing to realize the current fiscal woes of the United States. After all, US military aid to Israel not only sailed unscathed through this month’s passage of the 2011 budget, but reached the record level of $3 billion. Josh Reubner comments. Read more about Costs of arming Israel can no longer be ignored