It's a peculiar yet time-honored dance in New York ethnic politicking: Appeal to a slice of the Jewish vote by trying to outdo your opponents in trumpeting your steadfast support of Israel, even if it means embracing positions far to the right of most New York Jews (and even of most Israelis). But it's a strategy bound for obsolescence, some analysts warn, as several leftist Jewish groups are beginning to reprove otherwise liberal candidates for buying into it—and as Muslim and Arab American voters begin to assert a place in the... More >>>