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Sunday, November 01, 2009

Good question

As I noted this past week, J Street has decided that it is becoming the American Friends of Kadima. At the Volokh Conspiracy, David Bernstein had this reaction (Hat Tip: Instapundit).
So, the question is: If J Street is not a left-wing organization, is pro-Israel, is against a one-state solution, is for a two-state solution, and plans to promote views similar to a centrist Israeli Zionist party, how exactly does this distinguish J Street from existing Jewish and pro-Israel organizations?


At 2:43 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

If J-Street was really a centrist Jewish movement, what would distinguish from AIPAC?


At 3:11 AM, Blogger Alpha3958 said...

From the beginning J-Street's purpose was to promote Barack Obama's agenda in the Jewish American community, to give him "cover". Now that Kadima with Livni as its head is basically Obama's puppet, J-Street is aligning itself with Kadima.


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