.. and I'm pretty secular and reform. From the J-Street web site: "The contours of a two-state solution are well known. President Clinton outlined the parameters in 2000, and progress on this basis was made in Taba in 2001 and under Israeli Prime Minister Olmert in 2008. Various initiatives have spelled out the principles and even the details." That is great, one MAJOR PROBLEM. The Palestinians rejected these proposals. Now what Ricter? Pressure Israel more? A Jewish group that is a proponent of pressuring Israel to make a deal with the Palestinians who rejected what You and They claim to want? A Jewish Lobby group, pro Israel (really?) pro peace who want to PRESSURE ISRAEL VIA THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS to make concessions to people who do not. No Ricter, they do not speak for me, or many of us. Claim they speak for you and those you know personally agree. Do not throw it out there that the majority of Jews are part of this sucidal path.
from the article: U.S. lawmakers in Israel 'puzzled' by Ayalon boycott