is and what is not in Israel's interests. It is a form of arrogance for non-Israelis to try to be Israel's interests' advocate in the face of foreign government without being permitted to do so by the Israeli government thus without the Israeli public. J Street, has clearly taken the opposite view: We, people who have never even visited Israel, will tell Israel how to conduct its affairs.
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from the article: J Street chief: Obama needs to connect with the Israeli people