You forgot to mention several other big J-Street scandals - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Judo
    • 02.10.10 | 05:31 (IST)

    You forgot to mention that Jeremy Ben Ami's last job before starting J-Street was Senior Vice President at Fenton Communications, a Washington Public Relations firm. Fenton was forced to register under America's Foreign Agent Registration Act after accepted millions of dollars from the Dictator of Qatar to orchestrate the boycott campaign against Israel on college campuses across the US. You also forgot to mention the truly scandalous news that in its tax returns J-Street listed a shadowy person from Hong Kong named Consolacion Esdicul as donating a million dollars, 50% of J-Street's 2008-2009 budget, which anyone with half a brain would suspect is a phony cover story for the real source, perhaps even Qatar. Wouldn't that be great if a supposed Jewish progressive Zionist organization turns out to be secretly funded by an Arab dictator.

    from the article: J Street keeps accumulating scandals
    First published 21:18 01.10.10 | Last updated 21:18 01.10.10
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