'We feel an incredible sense of urgency about doing everything we can to remove Trump from office and replace him with somebody who shares our values,' said group official
Fellow Democratic presidential candidates Sanders, Warren and Buttigieg have all expressed some kind of openness for the previously unpopular idea
Three different positions emerged among presidential candidates on whether to use aid as a form of leverage. Sen. Michael Bennet tells Haaretz why he opposes the idea
Speeches by minority Senate leader, Pelosi at J Street conference are latest sign of the organization's growing influence within the Democratic Party
At J Street confab, Klobuchar endorses continued aid for Israel and Buttigieg warns escalation in annexation of West Bank
Inaugural 10-day tour, titled ‘Let Our People Know,’ arrives Tuesday and features meetings with settlers and peace activists
Forty-one percent of respondents say they have a favorable view of Israel, while only 12 percent have a favorable view of Prime Minister Netanyahu
'It’s clear the Trump White House invited a subset of the Jewish community and intentionally excluded others,' says director of an excluded group
Acclaimed author's daughter, New York Times columnist Roger Cohen, J Street founder Jeremy Ben Ami among speakers at event in Reform synagogue
The videos, released ahead of prime minister’s arrival in the United States next week, show similar statements by both leaders on democracy, rule of law and minorities
J Street has validated, rather than challenged, two controversial Birthright principles – that young Jews deserve freebies and that Israel should be at the center of their Jewish identity
First trip, in July, will include visits to Palestinian cities and an Israeli settlement; organizers believe it’s the kind of ‘nuanced trip that our generation wants to go on’
For AIPAC, a divided Congress justifies the pro-Israel lobby’s attempts to keep support for Israel bipartisan, while J Street is coming in from the political cold after the Democrats regained control of the House
'You know what? We honestly don’t care if Ted Cruz wants to insult us. If anything, being attacked by Ted Cruz is a badge of honor'
The campaign is meant to pressure the Israeli government to change its position on allowing Lara Alqasem to enter the country. Alqasem has been detained for 15 days at Ben Gurion Airport
What exactly is the threat posed by allowing a 22 year-old American student to study at Hebrew University? How will she harm the economy? Damage the Mideast's strongest military? What's so frightening about someone who wants to learn more about Israelis and Palestinians?
From Project Veritas to the Tea Party San Francisco Jewish Federation Also Funding Far-right Fringe Groups, Not Just Canary Mission
A review of tax forms shows that funds from one of the biggest donors to San Francisco’s Jewish Community Federation reached as far as a group set up by far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders
Left-wing lobby group states it 'will not endorse candidates who don't endorse the two-state solution' after the Palestinian-American congressional nominee walked back on statements she made prior to winning the primary
Did Palestinian-American Congressional candidate Rashida Tlaib pull a bait-and-switch on the two-state solution and U.S. aid to Israel? J Street wants to know
A new law, which has near-constitutional status, enshrines 'the realization of the right to national self-determination' as being 'unique to the Jewish people'
It’s comfortable for white, secular, economically comfortable American Jewish leftists to only talk to white, secular, economically comfortable Israeli Jewish leftists. But it won’t bring peace one minute sooner
Former national security adviser takes Trump to task over peace and Iran ■ Cardin: Trump legitimizes nationalism, gives rise to anti-Semitism ■ Senator Durbin: J Street helped pass Iran nuclear deal
Sanders' appearance at the gathering for the second year in a row signals his growing focus on foreign policy issues
Activists from J Street U launched their campaign Sunday with a focus on home demolitions in six villages in West Bank and near Jerusalem
After Labeling Them 'Worse Than Kapos,' U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman Meets With J Street
After fighting his confirmation due to his rhetoric, J Street delegation and Democratic Congressmen meet with David Friedman in Tel Aviv. Source: 'Friedman committed to meeting with all U.S.-Jewish organizations and stands by his word'
J Street welcomes the move in a statement sent on Wednesday, embargoed pending a formal announcement that Trump delayed moving the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem
Bill 'does nothing to enshrine Israel's status as a homeland for the Jewish people, while sending a dangerous message to its Arab minority that they are second-class citizens,' says J Street
Center for Jewish Life cites 'sensitivities' stemming from proximity of event to Israel's Memorial Day to decision to refuse space to veterans' group exhibition
The group was galvanized by a string of reports which allege that Trump's counter-terrorism adviser, Sebastian Gorka, has ties with far-right anti-Semitic groups
Are traditional pro-Israel voices really willing to voice the American Jewish community’s opposition to the attack on liberal, democratic values underway in both Israel and the U.S.?