Grace Meng

Congress Must Affirm A Credible Military Threat Against Iran

09/30/2013
Special To The Jewish Week
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In the last two weeks we have witnessed potentially historic diplomacy in the Middle East. One hopes that this yields a safer Middle East and lessens the likelihood of the United States or Israel engaging in dangerous military operations. As the President pursues diplomacy with Syria and Iran, the U.S. Congress must reaffirm the tough policy positions that have gotten us to this point.

Rep. Grace Meng

Where I Agree And Disagree With President Obama On Israel

08/09/2012
Special To The Jewish Week

Although I truly believe President Barack Obama has had good intentions in his policies toward Israel, and has accomplished much in the region, there are several key respects where he could have been — and still can be — a greater friend to Israel.

Grace Meng

Jeffries Easily Beats Barron In Brooklyn House Primary; Meng Tapped To Succeed Ackerman

06/26/2012

Assemblyman Hakeem Jeffries soundly defeated controversial Israel critic Charles Barron, a city councilman, in the primary race to succeed Rep. Ed Towns in Brooklyn Tuesday night.

Hakeem Jeffries

Grace Meng's View Of Israelis And Americans

Grace Meng of Queens, whose press releases note that she is the only Asian American serving in the New York state Legislature, recently visited Israel on one of those JCRC missions intended to build political support among politicians who may not have had a prior chance to see the country personally and meet its leaders.

I've read or heard many such accounts from elected officials on their return from such missions, but the one below struck me as particularly interesting and insightful enough to reprint in near-entirety here.

Grace Meng at the Knesset
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