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St. Louis Jewish Light

A nonprofit, independent news source to inform, inspire, educate and connect the St. Louis Jewish community.

St. Louis Jewish Light

A nonprofit, independent news source to inform, inspire, educate and connect the St. Louis Jewish community.

St. Louis Jewish Light

Yehuda Lancry, a former Israeli ambassador to French, spoke to French journalists in Marseille in June 2011 in a talk organized by the Israel Project.

Translating U.S. pro-Israel advocacy for Jewish communities abroad—and taking care about context

By Ron Kampeas, JTA March 25, 2012

WASHINGTON—It takes more than a translator to translate American-style pro-Israel activism for foreign audiences. Nearly a decade after an effort by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee to replicate its model overseas collapsed in acrimony,...

Polls: Most in U.S. see Iran as threat; majority of Israelis against Iran strike

JTA March 1, 2012

WASHINGTON -- A poll showed 87 percent of registered American voters believe that Iran’s suspected illegal nuclear weapons program is a threat to the United States.  The poll commissioned by The Israel Project also found that 88 percent of respondents...

Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi presents Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin
Netanyahu with a plaque, August 2011.

Good cop advocacy marked Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi’s The Israel Project

By Uriel Heilman, JTA February 14, 2012

NEW YORK -- Here's what the international Jewish media conspiracy looks like: Two men and four women, all clad in dark suits, sitting around a table in a windowless conference room in a nondescript office in midtown Manhattan. Together they run a global...

Polls: Jordanians and Lebanese strongly negative toward Jews

JTA February 3, 2012

WASHINGTON -- Polls showed overwhelmingly negative feelings for Israel and Jews among Jordanians and Lebanese. The polls commissioned by The Israel Project in November and December and published Thursday showed 94 percent negatives for Israel and 99 percent...

Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi to step down as Israel Project head

JTA February 1, 2012

WASHINGTON -- Israel Project founder and president Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi said she will leave the group by July 1. Mizrahi, who founded the group ten years ago, first announced she would step down in 2007 for family reasons, but rescinded that decision...

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