J Street is NOT an alternative 'American/Israel' Lobby - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • David P.
    • 20.10.09 | 14:09 (IST)

    J Street has it's own interests & agenda which are independent of, and in many cases run counter to American, Jewish & Israeli needs. J Street should be educated, they lack the information & comprehension regarding what's 'good' for Israel. J Street seeks to divide the Jewish people along 'party' lines, AIPAC supporters vs. themselves. It's this approach that makes J Street so dangerous, seeking a separation via an inapplicable alternative rather then pursue a unified, collective support for Israel.

    from the article: Poet booted from J Street meet for comparing Guantanamo to Auschwitz
    First published 05:52 20.10.09 | Last updated 06:26 20.10.09
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