Iranian Elections: New Hope for a Diplomatic Resolution

June 17th, 2013

The election of Hojjatoleslam Doctor Hassan Rouhani as Iran's next president is a potentially hopeful sign for those, like J Street, who believe that a nuclear-armed Iran would pose a very serious threat to the United States, Israel and the world, and who seek a diplomatic resolution which ensures that Iran does not acquire nuclear weapons. Read More...

Tags: Iran

J Street Welcomes Iran Project Report Calling for Balancing Pressure with Diplomacy

April 17th, 2013

J Street Director of Government Affairs Dylan Williams made the following statement today regarding the release of a new report by the Iran Project, “Strategic Options for Iran: Balancing Pressure with Diplomacy,” which was signed and endorsed by 35 prominent former US officials: Read More...

Tags: Iran

Window of Opportunity

January 25th, 2013

Never underestimate Israel’s ability to surprise. All the polls and pundits ahead of Tuesday’s elections predicted a striking shift to ultra-right wing and religious parties. Instead, the middle-class reasserted its strength, wrenching the political balance of power back slightly to the center. Read More...

Tags: Iran

J Streets Supports Sen. Hagel, Rebuts Charges Against Him

December 17th, 2012

J Street believes former US Senator Chuck Hagel would be a fine choice as Secretary of Defense and is appalled by efforts surfacing in recent days to question his commitment to the state of Israel and to Middle East peace. Read More...

Tags: Iran

The 5 most outrageous ads politicizing Israel this election cycle

November 2nd, 2012

In 2012, an unprecedented amount of money was spent on efforts to turn support for Israel into a partisan wedge issue. Because most American Jews don't vote based on Israel - and actually support a two-state solution and US leadership to achieve it - millions upon millions of dollars were essentially wasted. Well, not completely wasted, because now we can revel in just how off the wall these ads really were. Here are the five most outrageous examples. Read More...

Tags: Iran