The letter, delivered Friday, is aimed at proposals by Republicans to add new sanctions to the Iran Sanctions Act.
The liberal Jewish Middle East policy group stated a 'private network' in the U.S. funded by tax-deductible donations has channeled 'millions of dollars to strengthen the settlements.'
If Israel’s ambassador to the U.S. is serious about defeating BDS, he needs to get over his opposition to working with progressives who oppose the occupation and support a two-state solution.
In battle against boycott 'there is no left or right,' says strategic affairs minister in unusual meeting with Israeli representative of leftist group.
Discussions about whether to include Palestinian rights and Israeli occupation in the platform were more robust than ever before in party history, a development J Street has advocated.
Petition urges more balance in Democratic position on Israeli-Palestinian conflict, but also calls for clear stance against BDS movement.
Following the inking of the Iran deal between the Islamic Republic and world powers, J Street launched a multimillion dollar national campaign to make the administration’s case on the nuclear agreement.
Gutow, a longtime Jewish communal activist, will work with congressional candidates endorsed by JStreetPAC to guide them in outreach to the Jewish community.
If Not Now, a budding organization of young left-wing American Jews, has been staging sit-down demonstrations outside major U.S. Jewish bodies, but refuses to meet with them.
Yael Patir, Israel director of J Street, sat down with Haaretz to talk about Trump, the gap between U.S. and Israeli Jews, and the growing anger at the Israeli peace camp. Though she concedes boycott efforts by some on the left have a negative effect, she rejects calls to keep peace efforts local.