Mark Dubowitz is a Jewish American-Canadian attorney born in South Africa. He writes for various mainstream US outlets such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and USA Today. He studied in the Hebrew university of Jerusalem and writes for Israeli newspapers such as Israel Hayom.
The Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD)
Dubowitz is CEO of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD) which is an American think tank negatively escalating international conflicts at the behest of Zionist capital. John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt, in their book titled “The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy”, claim that the FDD is indeed a “Zionist lobbying actor” based in the US. The main funders of FDD are Zionist tycoons such as Paul Singer ,1 Haim Saban, Edgar and Charles Bronfman, Bernard Marcus and many others.2
Promoting Israeli Interests in US Politics
As CEO of the FDD, Dubowitz seeks to convince the US government to exert pressure on Israel’s regional enemies, notably Iran and various Palestinian factions. He demands Washington to reject any nuclear talks with Iran3 and the implementation of more sanctions against the country.4
As part of the hawkish Israeli lobby in Washington, Dubowitz also supports an ironfisted approach towards any pro-Palestinian group. He believes that Israel should respond to any Palestinian reprisal in “disproportionate” form.