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Omri Ceren

Omri Ceren

Omri Ceren is a managing director at The Israel Project and a fellow of the Claremont Institute.

The Jewish People Policy Institute has just published a new paper by Shmuel Rosner and Inbal Hakman on the so-called Distancing Hypothesis, analyzing "trends of...

Much of Sunday's New York Times story by James Risen suggests that U.S. intelligence analysts are overcompensating for their past failures on Iraqi WMDs by...

Jerusalem Post journalist Benjamin Weinthal, who has thankfully returned to regular blogging, just posted about a potentially significant, albeit somewhat counter-intuitive, development on the German left....

This morning, the State Department will begin to walk back the spectacular meltdown that was yesterday's press briefing, wherein State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland gave...

Yesterday, Seth ran down the background of that evening's Park Slope boycott vote. The motion asked the unintentionally hilarious members of the popular Brooklyn, New...

Of the two pivots in debates about Middle East geopolitics - which side is responsible for continued Israeli-Palestinian hostilities, and in which direction does the "linkage"...

One Libyan militia has taken to mounting raids against hotels over unpaid bills. Another militia recently captured and held two British PressTV journalists because militia...

More proof, as if any was needed after Sol Stern's merciless evaluation in April's COMMENTARY, that the alleged crisis in American Zionism is a psychodrama...

As this year's J Street conference begins, I've obtained a speech from last year's—from a conference panel called "Working with Christian Communities Towards a Room Two-State Solution."...

J Street is holding their annual policy conference this weekend, and the group duly requested speakers from the White House and the Israeli embassy in...

It's always difficult to untangle when J Street officials actually believe in the anti-Israel policies and anti-Semitic rhetoric that they push and defend, and when...

Even J Street critics were baffled last January when the group's founder and President Jeremy Ben-Ami more or less randomly decided to defend "Israel-Firster" rhetoric...