Netanyahu made his pledge on Tuesday in a bid to win over right-wing voters ahead of next week's election, which is expected to be close.
"The Jewish community is less safe than it was three years ago," Ron Klein asserted.
"It is not mearly [sic] an antisemitic dog whistle — it's a bullhorn to his white nationalist base," the progressive Jewish-American group IfNotNow told Newsweek in a statement.
"I know many Jews that are in favor of a two-state solution or are pro-Palestinian and they're not against themsleves, or anti-Semitic," Leslie Marshall said.
The absurdity and disconnect from reality of Kushner's remarks were followed by bewildering developments on Israel's domestic political scene.
Until now, the only "peace" the process of diplomatic negotiations has produced has come in the form of Nobel Peace Prize winners (who were then assassinated).
Palestinian leaders are boycotting Kushner's summit in Bahrain.
The president's son-in-law has no experience in world politics and clearly no interest in upholding international law or the universality of human rights.
Pompeo reportedly told a closed-door meeting of Jewish leaders there are "no guarantees that we're the ones that unlock" the conflict.
Riyad al-Maliki, the Palestinian National Authority's foreign prime minister, said Trump was like a "reckless driver" at the steering wheel of regional peace efforts.
Rashida Tlaib tried to end the backlash against her comments about the Holocaust while appearing on "Late Night With Seth Meyers."
"All of you who are trying to silence me will fail miserably," the Michigan congresswoman tweeted.
"The Palestinian leadership has been attacking a plan" when they "don't even know what it is," said senior White House adviser Jared Kushner.
"I will make sure we control the territory west of Jordan," Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in the run-up to the election.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been indicted on three charges of corruption ahead of an uncertain election next month.
Presenting the peace plan would also advance another American foreign policy objective: confronting Iran
Yair Netanyahu, 27, called for all Muslims to leave Israel.
A senior Israeli officer who led the raid was also killed.
Tlaib, 42, made history, along with Minnesota's Ilhan Omar, as they become the first Muslim women elected to Congress.
Responding to the high court's ruling, Interior Minister Aryeh Deri called the decision a "disgrace," and promised to investigate "how to prevent such an event from happening again."
As the two leaders met at the United Nations, Trump said he was "100 percent" with Israel.