At the recent J-Street Conference in Washington, they claimed they were "mainstream", just like Kadima. But once again, the facts prove otherwise. When Israel responded to rockets coming from Gaza, there was virtual wall-to-wall support in Israel for the operation, including from the left. But not from J-Street. Here too, Kadima (and Livni) are committed to building in every part of Jerusalem. J-Street needs to find a new trope. This one doesn't play.
Israeli man wounded in stabbing in central Jerusalem; circumstances still unclear (Haaretz)
from the article: U.S.-Israel tensions ignite 'war of words' among Israel lobbies
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Last debate before Nevada, South Carolina to start in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.03:24 12.02.16 | 0 comments
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