He finds in Washington that "even Jewish lawmakers" - in the words of Haaretz - are adamantly opposed to the illegal settlements on the West Bank:

"Even the most conservative institutions of Jewish American life don't want to go to war over settlement policy," said David Twersky, who was until recently the senior adviser on international affairs at the American Jewish Congress. "They might say the administration is making too much of a big deal of it, but they will not argue that Jews have the right to settle all parts of Eretz Yisrael [the Land of Israel]."


They may not know of one Charles Krauthammer.

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