RJC Stands with Israel

Washington, DC –– Republican Jewish Coalition National Chairman Senator Norm Coleman released the following statement today:

RJC Says “No” to Margon Nomination

Anti-Israel Record Incompatible with Key Human Rights Role at State Dept.

Washington, DC –– The Republican Jewish Coalition opposes the nomination of Sarah Margon to be assistant secretary of state for democracy, human rights, and labor. RJC National Chairman Senator Norm Coleman said:

RJC PAC Announces First 2022 Endorsements

Washington, DC –– The Republican Jewish Coalition PAC has released its first set of endorsements for the 2022 election cycle. The five candidates on this first slate are freshmen members of the US House of Representatives.

RJC Applauds Maximum Pressure Act

Washington, DC (April 21, 2021) –– The Republican Jewish Coalition applauds the introduction of the Maximum Pressure Act, introduced by House Republican Study Committee Chairman Rep. Jim Banks (IN-3) and 85 co-sponsors today.

RJC: Warren’s Comments to J Street Were Disgusting

Washington, DC –– Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), speaking at the leftwing group J Street’s annual conference today, said that one of the foreign policy tools at the Biden administration’s disposal is restricting military aid to Israel if Israel does not "adjust course." RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks said:

RJC Opposes Biden Administration Resuming Aid to the Palestinians

Efforts Amount To Nothing More Than Money Laundering of US Tax Dollars For Terrorism


Washington, DC (April 7, 2021) –– The Republican Jewish Coalition spoke out today against the Biden administration decision to resume aid to the Palestinians. RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks said:

RJC Statement on HR1

Washington, DC (March 22, 2021) –– Republican Jewish Coalition National Chairman Senator Norm Coleman made the following statement today:

RJC Opposes Biden Plan to Return US to UN Human Rights Council

Washington, DC –– The Republican Jewish Coalition strongly opposes the Biden administration’s plan to take the United States back into the United Nations Human Rights Council as a voting member.

RJC Statement on Returning to the JCPOA

President Joe Biden intends to return the US to the dangerously flawed Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the Obama-Biden Iran nuclear deal of 2015. The RJC strongly opposes this policy. It offers concessions to Iran without addressing the problems with the JCPOA. This policy will only bring Iran closer to achieving the goals of its nuclear weapons program and closer to exercising hegemonic power in the region. 

RJC Deeply Concerned About Biden Plan to Return to JCPOA

Washington, DC – Republican Jewish Coalition Executive Director Matt Brooks expressed deep concern today at reports that the Biden administration is taking early moves toward returning the US to the Obama-Biden nuclear deal with Iran, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). Brooks said: