Gerald Steinberg

Countering Israel’s Critics

06/03/2014
Editor And Publisher
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Two North American-born professors living in Jerusalem agreed, sadly, that anti-Semitism is still a major factor in the wildly disproportionate and negative actions and attitudes toward the Jewish state on the international scene.

Jewish Week Editor Gary Rosenblatt, at podium, Gerald Steinberg, Gil Troy and moderator Linda Scherzer at Park Avenue Synagogue.

May 28: How Israel Can Win The PR War

A conversation with Gerald Steinberg and Gil Troy.

05/02/2014
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Who:    
American Friends of Bar Ilan,
JWMG and You

What:    
A Conversation with Gerald Steinberg and Gil Troy

Where: 
Park Avenue Synagogue, 50 East 87th Street

When:  
Wednesday, May 28, 7:30 p.m.

Gerald Steinberg and Gil Troy

A Tilt To The Right?

As Obama trip nears, experts predict Israel’s government will be ‘more right wing’ than the previous one.

03/13/2013
Staff Writer

As the new Israeli government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took shape this week, one the eve of President Obama’s first visit to Israel, a prominent political science professor voiced concerns that, counter to most expectations, it would shift to the political right.

Experts see Yair Lapid as a right-wing, not a left-wing, centrist. Getty Images

Can Hamas and PA Bury The Hatchet?

Despite moves toward unity, extremists seen unlikely to give Abbas power in Gaza.

03/22/2011
Israel Correspondent

Tel Aviv — For a moment last week in the West Bank and Gaza, Palestinians became heady with visions of unity.

After thousands of youths turned out in the squares of the Palestinian territories draped in flags and raising posters calling for an end to the feud between the two main political factions, President Mahmoud Abbas and Hamas seemed headed for a détente consecrated at a Gaza Strip summit.

“God has answered my prayers,” said Palestinian oil and gas tycoon Munib Masri, a member of the Palestine Legislative Council.

Palestinian youth demonstrators calling for unity at Manara Square in Ramallah last week.

Human Rights Watch Report: West Bank ‘Separate but Unequal’

12/19/2010

JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Israel deprives Palestinian residents of the West Bank of basic necessities while Jewish settlements flourish, according to a new report by Human Rights Watch.

The 166-page report, “Separate and Unequal: Israel’s Discriminatory Treatment of Palestinians in the Occupied Palestinian Territories,” released Sunday, is based on case studies comparing Israel's treatment of settlements and next-door Palestinian communities in the same areas.

The main umbrella settlers' group called the report "Goebbels-like propaganda."

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