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Saturday, May 31, 2014

Why J Street was rejected

The Times of Israel has the full story of why J Street didn't get in to the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. Here's the key part.
But they emphasize that J Street was rejected not by the “Left or Right” or a “right-wing minority” but by the overwhelming voting consensus of the 50-member organization. Moreover, the sources say, J Street supporters were in a smaller minority than initially apparent because just two voting blocs controlled 8 of the 17 yes votes.
When you read the entire article, it's readily apparent that those two blocs were the Conservative and Reform movements.
Read the whole thing.

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At 1:50 AM, Blogger Sunlight said...

To pick only the reform and conservative to disdain is the small view. J Street is an adjunct of the Obama/Clinton Progressive Democrat Wrecking Crew. I'm more concerned about the rest of the 50 (almost every one?) who are all in with J Street in standing with the lawless Dems in instituting oppression in America to supplant the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights.

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At 9:11 AM, Blogger Devorah said...


At 10:08 PM, Blogger Confronting antisemitism and Israel hatred said...

The UK's version of J-Street is Yachad and they posted a similar manifesto here:



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