The leadership of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America strongly condemns today’s apparent “price tag” attack by Israelis on a Palestinian home near Nablus—burning homes and murdering an infant. Such a heinous act offends all people of good will and violates basic Jewish values.
OU Advocacy defends the security and welfare of the State of Israel as the globe’s Jewish state and homeland of the Jewish people.
The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America and the Rabbinical Council of America strongly condemn today’s stabbing of six people at Jerusalem’s Gay Pride Parade as a deplorable act of violence.
The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, the nation’s largest Orthodox Jewish umbrella organization, expressed disappointment with this morning’s ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court striking down a law permitting U.S. citizens born in Jerusalem to have “Israel” listed as their birthplace in their U.S. passport. The ruling was 6-3 in the case of Zivotofsky v. Kerry.
With less than a month remaining until the June 30 deadline for a deal between the U.S. and its allies and the Iranian regime, U.S. Senators and Representatives as well as White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough insisted—throughout Wednesday’s Orthodox Union Leadership Mission in Washington, D.C.—that any deal with Iran must be verifiable and prevent the regime from developing nuclear weapons.
The leadership of the Orthodox Union extends its congratulations to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Likud Party for their victory yesterday in the Israeli elections.
On Wednesday, March 18, OU Advocacy hosted a Post-Israeli Election conference call with experts David Horovitz and Shmuel Rosner. David Horovitz is the founding editor of The Times of Israel. Previously, he was editor of The Jerusalem Post and The Jerusalem Report. … Continued
Today, the leadership of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, the nation’s largest Orthodox Jewish umbrella organization, issued the following statement: Much ink has been spilled debating the political dimensions of Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s upcoming address to the U.S. Congress—both within the context of the impending Israeli elections and the impact of the visit on domestic U.S. politics.