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    • Ron
    • 01.02.10 | 01:05 (IST)

    Having lived abroad for almost 20 years, I have never witnessed an entire population so inclined to lie about anything they don't like. You have absolutely no information that the Taliban fund J Street. You simply made it up. In doing so you disparage every Jewish American who is a member of and who supports J Street of being without morals, loyalty, decency, or scruples. You, sir, are a lying, intellectually dishonest Jew. J Street has 4 to 5,000 donors. J Street doesnt know the religions or ethnic background of them all but they are primarily individual Jewish Americans. J Street accepts no funding from foreign governments or foreign organizations. If J Street received funds from the Taliban, it would have to register with the Justice Dep't and the FBI as a foreign agent. J Street raised 844,000 in 2008, an election year, and have raised $111,000 so far (July) in 2009. Some 3% of their donors have Arab or Muslim sounding names. 3% of $111,000 is $3,330. You are a disgrace.

    from the article: U.S. lawmakers to Obama: Press Israel to ease Gaza siege
    First published 22:45 26.01.10 | Last updated 22:47 26.01.10
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