it's most probable that the JStreet annual conference communicated a more accurate assessment of the Israeli-Palestinian outlook vs. the U.S. President's meeting with the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. Having seen a panel discussion with the likes of Daniel Levy, Bernard Avishai and Roger Cohen, there seems a greater determination to proceed with definitive action in reaching a final status agreement with the Palestinians unlike those who are still grappling with creating the context for achieving peace with the Palestinians. What have they been doing the last two decades? What's wrong with all the 4- 5 peace proposals already floating around?
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from the article: U.S. Jewish leaders: Obama wants Israel to create context for peace