EJC expresses disappointment over EU High Representative Mogherini’s statement on Jerusalem and calls for greater balance and prioritizing peace

The European Jewish Congress has expressed disappointment at the statement released by High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini following the announcement by US President Trump on recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

World Jewish Congress President Ronald S. Lauder welcomes US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital: 'We hope this will be a move toward peace and stability in the Middle East'

NEW YORK – World Jewish Congress President Ronald S. Lauder has welcomed US President Donald Trump’s announcement officially recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, his expressed commitment to reaching a mutually agreed upon two-solution, and respecting the importance of holy sites for all three religions.

JMF: Conflicting interests allow Iran to violate nuclear accord with impunity

The accord specifies that only nuclear installations and sites across Iran known and declared before the signing of the accord in 2015 may be inspected.

Victimized Again: The Jews of Arab States and the June 1967 War

Much has been written about the historical marginalization of the 900,000 Jews expelled from Arab states in the wake of the 1948 War. Few know that the June 1967 War played a similar role in accelerating the final demise of these historic communities. It is high time the international community rectified this longstanding injustice by ensuring that these refugees are fully compensated for their suffering and stolen property.

The Iran-Hamas-Hezbollah Connection

The Lebanese Prime Minister, Saad Hariri, has had enough. Last week, Iran finalized its takeover of Lebanon when Hariri resigned, and reportedly fled to Saudi Arabia.

JMF: The Balfour Declaration

100 years of international recognition of the Jewish people’s right to self-determination in their historic homeland, the Land of Israel.​

JMF: Europe: Huge success for terrorist Leila Khaled at European Parliament

Unsurprisingly not many of the 751 European MPs objected to the…