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Do Women’s Rights Matter to J Street?
by Stephen M. Flatow
November 6, 2016

J Street’s controversial response to the sexual harassment of one of its staff members raises questions as to whether its attitude toward women’s rights is compromised by its political goals. 61 more words

Israel & Middle East

Bereaved Parents Wage Peace

Yesterday afternoon, I had the great privilege of being part of a group that hosted the Parents Circle Families Forum during which 3 Israeli and Palestinian bereaved parents gave a moving presentation about the personal losses of their children and how that motivated them to fight for a just and peaceful resolution of the longstanding conflict between their peoples. 937 more words

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

"#JStreet’s tag line is that it is pro-Israel, but it is nearly impossible to find a pro-Israel policy that J Street supports"

AMERICAN SPECTATOR
Finding Theological Pornography in J Street
by Abraham H. Miller
October 17, 2016

…On campus, J Street U partners with Students for Justice in Palestine, widely considered an anti-Semitic organization, and the anti-Israel Jewish Voice for Peace.  117 more words

Israel & Middle East

Jews and Palestinians Working Together

To Bring Peace to the Middle East

By Jeremy Ben-Ami and Maen Rashid Areikat
The Seattle Times
October 16, 2016

“The time when one side can afford to deny the presence of the other is long gone.

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News

Israel's $38 Billion Scam

Bibi wants more and Congress might deliver

By Philip Giraldi • Unz Review • September 27, 2016

As an American it is difficult to imagine a more unseemly bit of political theater playing out than Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s…

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United States

Bennis’s Delusions of Massive Opposition to Israel Evaporate Under Harsh Light of Reality

By Jeff Blankfort | Dissident Voice | September 26, 2016

There is massive opposition to Israeli actions in the United States today, particularly importantly in the Jewish community, where there’s been an enormous shift in that discourse.

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