Take diplomacy, they use a ridiculously technical vocabulary to make excuse for 'statements' that were not meant as they were said. And behind that, there is facts: Jstreet is more anti-Israel than anything. They want to replace the AIPAC with the same view as Obama's (always a friend, never a supporter) but being Jews and with the "pro-Israel" priceless tag. As if they registered this title. Dude, Jerusalem is not settlements, it's Israel. It is subject to discussions, as Tel Aviv is. But right now, it is Israeli territory and if you want to see unveiled women, shia does not apply there.
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from the article: U.S.-Israel tensions ignite 'war of words' among Israel lobbies