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EBulletin for December 7, 2018

Shalom ZOA Members, Friends and Supporters of Israel, We hope that you and your loved ones have been experiencing a joyous and meaningful Chanukah. We ask that you please continue to contact Temple University to insist that Temple formally condemn Professor Marc Lamont Hill for his advocacy of violence against Jews and his call for

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Demand Temple University President Richard Englert and the Board of Trustees Follow in CNN’s Footsteps and Fire/Sanction Anti-Semitic Professor Marc Lamont Hill

Calling for Palestine “from the river to the sea” inevitably means calling for the eradication of the State of Israel and its Jewish citizens, while also echoing the rhetoric of Hamas leaders. How many times can you justify calls for complete eradication of the state of Israel and the murder of Jews before the academic [...]

State Dep’t Sells Out Terror Victims – ZOA Op-ed in JNS

U.S. President Trump did the right thing last October when he signed the Anti-Terrorism Clarification Act (ATCA) into law. The law was sorely needed to help American victims of international terrorism. It closed loopholes in an earlier law—the Anti-Terrorism Act of 1992, which afforded a civil remedy to American victims against their terrorist attackers overseas. Loopholes [...]


Greater Philadelphia ZOA Responds to Criticism for Op-Ed

Shalom ZOA Members, Friends and Supporters of Israel, Last week, the Jewish Exponent newspaper published an op-ed written by our co-presidents, Lee Bender and Kevin Ross, and our executive director, Steve Feldman, that was sharply critical of the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) and its president for an event they had recently giving a platform


When is Media Going to Treat Israelis as Indigenous?

By Lee Bender June 6, 2016   WHEN IS THE MEDIA GOING TO TREAT ISRAEL AS AN, INDIGENOUS, ABORIGINAL FIRST NATION ? WHEN JEWS ACT LIKE IT IS !!  Unbeknownst to most, Jews are a People, Judaism is their religion, and the Land of Israel is their ancestral homeland—an unbroken history of 3,500 years– and