And it’s worthy celebrating when he does (since it happens so rarely):
“I don’t believe that time is on Israel’s side in the American Jewish community,” he said. “I think the average 55-year-old American Jew thinks something very, very different about Israel than the average 25-year-old American Jew. Just think of a kid today at Berkeley or Yale. Do they seem like the natural constituency for AIPAC?”?
–Gal Beckerman, Strain in U.S.-Israel Ties Spurs Anxiety About ‘Dual Loyalty,’ The Forward