Over the past week, much has been said about President Obama's comments about Middle East peace and Israel's borders — and the sharp response from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. But how are those comments playing with the American Jewish population? To find out, Robert Siegel speaks with Ron Kampeas, Washington bureau chief for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. He says that, on the whole, American Jews are much more concerned with domestic issues, like health care, than they are with the state of Israel.
Jewish Americans React To Obama's Middle East Remarks
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