J street sides with Israels enemies - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dr Laurie
    • 25.03.12 | 10:13 (IST)

    Jstreet has adopted the arab narrative: occupation, just solution, international law all those implying that if Israel goes back to 67 borders ther will be peace. So many antizionists take part in Jstreet meetings. Jstreet's approach of justifying the Arabs and their struggle has enboldened the Arabs and has clearly led to Arab stubborness - and resistence. Their theory is unacceptable to most Israelis - The Hamas overthrew the PA in gaza in just a couple of days and if that ever occurs in the WB the entire Israel will be attacked like Beer Sheva and Sderot. J street has no right pushing a solution that is accepted by 3% of Israelis - the meretz voters. If J street wants to influence Israeli policy let them make aliya, pay taxes do miluim and then vote for the Knesset - Until that time they should respect the Israeli elected governmnt and support it.

    from the article: Natasha Mozgovaya / J Street founder: Israel paying lip service to peace process
    First published 09:24 25.03.12 | Last updated 09:24 25.03.12
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