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J Street's Absurd Manipulation of Poll Data

J Street is one of the worst offenders I have ever seen when it comes to misrepresenting statistics for political purposes. On election night, it conducted a poll about which it is has published conclusions. 1,040 more words

We Are For Israel

Massacre on J Street

by Adam Kredo
November 5, 2014

Controversial group’s anti-Israel perspective fails to resonate

Political candidates backed by the controversial Middle East advocacy group J Street were trounced at the polls on Tuesday, with J Street’s endorsees losing in almost every competitive race. 309 more words

Israel & Middle East

The Democrats Can’t Afford to Lose Israel

by Daniel Greenfield
November 5, 2014

Jewish leftists keep threatening to break up with Israel. They deliver a list of their demands, scribble nasty things about the Jewish State on social media and even write entire books in which they threaten to break up with it for good, but they never actually move on to stalking some other country. 232 more words

Israel & Middle East

Obama's pressure only begins with Iran

by Richard Baehr
November 4, 2014

In the last few days, it has become clearer that the Obama administration’s ‎obsession over turning Iran into an ally, or at least no longer a foe, is the single ‎highest foreign policy objective for the White House. 396 more words

Israel & Middle East

J Street: Pro-progressive, not pro-Israel

by Paul Miller
October 31, 2014

……..Even though Jews tend to regard disagreement and debate as a sport, the point of contention was existential: how to secure Israel in peace. 277 more words

Israel & Middle East

Peter Beinart; Correct Diagnosis, Bad Prescription

Guest Post by Steven Hemmat.

This past Thursday, I attended a talk given by Peter Beinart at the University of Washington Hillel.  In addition to Hillel, the organizations J Street, the New Israel Fund and the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle were among the other sponsors.   1,511 more words


The Federation Challenge

The justifications used by community organizations when promoting Israel’s harshest critics often revolve around the need for a “diversity of opinion” and having “difficult conversations”.  But are the opinions offered really all that diverse? 519 more words