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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Vote against J Street in a Guardian poll

Britain's Guardian is conducting a poll to determine whether J Street, the 'pro-Israel' 'pro-peace, 'pro-Palestinian' organization is a valuable voice that is a roadmap, or a muddying voice that is a roadblock.

More details about the poll (including how to vote) here.

Right now, the vote is far more in favor of Israel than the post I just linked indicates. But go vote and let's make sure we win.



At 3:32 PM, Blogger Maoz said...

Speaking of pro-peace, here's a good report (part of a larger report) on the intricacies on peacemaking in this conflict. Don't let the J Street-types let you think that the process is at all simple and completely in Israel's hands.


At 3:55 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Pretty amazing result in one of the UK's most rabidly anti-Israel papers, even with the biased questions. J-Street isn't helping itself either. After its despicable treatment of Rabbi Yoffie, it leaves little to the imagination as to how it would have treated Israel's ambassador had he been in attendance. Israel was right to stay away from its proceedings.

At 7:20 PM, Blogger Kae Gregory said...

People, the world, however you choose to couch it, continue to believe that there is a secular solution to what is fundamentally a religious problem. Not withstanding Israel's historical, archeological and legal (League of Nations, British Mandate, etc.) let alone religious claims to "the land", until the wording of the Koran and other Islamic texts with respect to treatment of 'infidels', Jews and the perpetuation of the Caliphate, there will be zero chance for a "lasting peace". And this fact is not hidden, it's not complex to understand and it is rooted in the one thing that is absent in all of the previous attempts to either arrive at or impose peace - logic.


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