More than ever, Israel is isolated from world opinion and the squishy entity known as "the international community." The Israeli government keeps condemning the Iran nuclear deal, by any rational standard a positive step away from the threat of catastrophic war.
The right-wing Jewish extremists who boo everyone who wants to make compromises for peace, are every bit as dangerous as Jewish extremists on the hard left who also demand a one state solution -- a binational state that will cease being the homeland of the Jewish people.
The Jerusalem Post's decision to print an editorial that spits upon Israel's sons and daughters in uniform and then reverses its decision to provide others the opportunity to defend the very same is where the real shame lies.
Since J Street released a second poll of American Jews' views on Israel, the Middle East, and the US role in resolving conflicts in the region, some of the usual suspects have tried to reject the results out of hand.