J Street

Delegitimizing J Street: the plot thickens

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009 Want one more example of how ferocious the fight to delegitimize J Street has become?  

Lieberman Dilemma Deepens For Obama, Jewish Groups

Even some American supporters of Lieberman, above, say his outspokenness could be a problem.

04/08/2009
Washington Correspondent

Next month’s expected Washington visit by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could prove awkward for pro-Israel groups here and explosive for the Obama administration, largely because of the early bombshells dropped by his new foreign minister, Yisrael Beiteinu leader Avigdor Lieberman.

Days after taking office, Lieberman summarily discarded the results of the 2007 Annapolis peace conference and warned outsiders not to meddle in Israeli policy and politics.

The J Street Dilemma

10/21/2009

It’s probably an understatement that J Street, the 18-month-old pro-peace-process political action committee and lobby, ha

It’s probably an understatement that J Street, the 18-month-old pro-peace-process political action committee and lobby, has generated a firestorm of controversy in the Jewish world.

 

Holocaust comparisons again…and again.

Wednesday, October 21st, 2009 What would folks do if they didn’t have  the Holocaust to use as a frame of reference for just about everything they don’t like?  

Holocaust comparisons again…and again.

Wednesday, October 21st, 2009 What would folks do if they didn’t have  the Holocaust to use as a frame of reference for just about everything they don’t like?  

Jockeying over J Street conference getting nastier, stakes getting bigger

Maneuvering in advance of next week's first-ever national conference by J Street – the pro-Israel, pro-peace process lobby and political action committee -is getting nastier by the day. And it seems to me the stakes are growing.

Jockeying over J Street conference getting nastier, stakes getting bigger

Monday, October 19th, 2009 Maneuvering in advance of next week’s first-ever national conference by J Street – the pro-Israel, pro-peace process lobby and political action committee -is getting nastier by the day. And it seems to me the stakes are growing.

J Street Snags Gen. Jones for national conference

Is this a signal, or what?

Today J Street, the pro-peace process political action committee and lobby that major Jewish leaders love to hate, announced that National Security Adviser James Jones will keynote their first national conference, scheduled to begin here in Washington on October 25.

One reason so many leaders of established pro-Israel groups are apoplectic about J Street is that they fear the dovish group, which isn't exactly in sync with the current government in Jerusalem, has good access to the Obama White House.

Wexler leaving Congress for Middle East peace group

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009 Rep. Robert Wexler (D-Fla.), a prominent member of the Jewish delegation in Congress and an early and vocal Barack Obama supporter, is leaving Congress to head up a group devoted to Middle East peace, according to the Miami Herald.
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