Yossi Sarid and the boycott - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • dick bernstein
    • 21.02.14 | 20:20 (IST)

    A sad commentary is that the same boycott groups are trying their same misihegas tactics in the USA. For instance Jeremy Ben Ami was unsuccessful with Shalom Now in the Jewish State so he came to the US and started JStreet to split our Jewish community over the settlement issue and to split our Jewish students on campus. This has caused a severe crisis in many reform synagogues since many of their rabbis are over the wall Leftists which means that many temple members are leaving their shuls not willing to put up with reform rabbi extremist who have joined JStreet. Don't fret.. the jewish community in the USA and in the Jewish State have never been stronger with or without Yossi Sarids and Jeremy Be Amis.

    from the article: Yes to a boycott
    First published 15:38 21.02.14 | Last updated 06:23 21.02.14
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