David Brog

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Executive Director of the Maccabee Task Force

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According to Pew Research polling, far more Americans sympathize with Israel than with Palestinians. Young people, however, are far more likely to take the Palestinians’ side.

Israeli-Palestinian conflict on California college campuses

According to Pew Research polling, far more Americans sympathize with Israel than with Palestinians. Young people, however, are far more likely to take the Palestinians’ side.

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