Tuesday, December 1st, 2009
J Street, the pro-peace process lobby and political action committee, is having a holiday party – and its guest list is nothing short of stellar.
Of course, the list is a put on, but that probably won’t stop the group’s legion of detractors from finding some deep and dark significance in the official invitation.
Want one more example of how ferocious the fight to delegitimize J Street has become?
Michael Goldfarb, the Weekly Standard blogger who has been one of the most vocal J Street opponents, gloated yesterday that JTA Washington bureau chief Ron Kampeas “has become the latest name to disappear from the J Street program in advance of next week’s conference. Kampeas was to moderate a panel on ‘What does it mean to be pro-Israel?’”