“American Jews and their leaders, except for the Orthodox, have distanced themselves from their Jewish identity”

JNS
The devastating impact of American non-Jewish Jews
Isi Leibler
October 11, 2018

There is no disputing that, except for the vast majority of Orthodox Jews, American Jews and their leaders have distanced themselves from their Jewish identity…Many express their Judaism by proclaiming a distorted version of “tikkun olam,” which many of their rabbis promote as an espousal of liberal and universal policies. They are totally supportive of the Democratic Party, which many Reform rabbis, in effect, promote as the contemporary embodiment of Judaism. READ MORE

BREITBART Caroline Glick: Jewish Democrats Increasingly Anti-Israel For the past fifity years, Democratic Jewish lawmakers like Representatives Tom Lantos, Howard Berman, Steven Solarz, Shelley Berkley, Jane Harman, Nita Lowy and Elliot Engel; and Senators like Joe Lieberman and Frank Lautenberg; played key roles in forging and maintaining their party’s strong support for Israel and the U.S.-Israel alliance. In recent years, however, things have changed.

NEW YORK POST Editorial Board: Schumer won’t admit that the Dems are abandoning Israel Some Democrats are trying furiously to push back against a New York Times article reporting what’s been patently clear for years to any honest observer: The party is abandoning its support of Israel.

JNS Poll: US Jewish Community to Vote Overwhelmingly Democratic In Midterms A poll released on Wednesday found that an overwhelming majority of Jewish voters are expected to cast their ballots for Democrats in the midterms next month, despite the increasing number of Democratic candidates – such as New York’s Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Virginia’s Leslie Cockburn and Michigan’s Rashida Tlaib – who have gone on the record with anti-Israel sentiment.

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