With Democrats in Control, J Street Pushes New Mideast Agenda in Washington

After four years in opposition, the left-wing Jewish organization now has the ear of the party in power. Its upcoming annual conference will focus on how to restrict Israel's use of U.S. aid in the occupied territories

Ben Samuels
Ben Samuels
Washington
Ben Samuels
Ben Samuels
Washington

WASHINGTON – Next week marks J Street’s 12th annual conference, though the left-wing, pro-Israel organization finds itself in unchartered waters. After establishing itself as a player during the Obama administration and becoming the voice of the opposition during the Trump administration, J Street now arguably represents the majority voice for the majority party in the United States.

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