J Street Welcomes News of Iran Nuclear Agreement

July 14th, 2015

J Street welcomes news of the agreement struck today by the United States and its international partners with Iran to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon. Read More...

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J Street Supports US Negotiators To Secure A Strong Deal

July 9th, 2015

Secretary Kerry's comments prove once again that the United States is insisting on an agreement that meets its stringent criteria to verifiably block each of Iran's pathways to a nuclear weapon. We applaud our negotiators' fortitude in demanding a good deal, and their tireless work to achieve it. We also caution Iran's leaders that neither the American government nor its people--an overwhelming majority of whom, Jewish and non-Jewish, support this diplomacy--will move on this point. Read More...

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POLL: American Jewish Support for Iran Deal Exceeds Support Among General Population

June 10th, 2015

A new poll of American Jewish attitudes on the US’ Middle East policy, released today by J Street, just weeks ahead of the June 30 deadline for negotiations, finds that American Jewish support for an agreement with Iran exceeds support for the deal among the general US population. Read More...

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J Street applauds letter backing diplomacy with Iran signed by more than one-third of House

May 7th, 2015

J Street welcomes news that 150 Members of Congress have signed a letter to the President in support of diplomacy now underway to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon. Read More...

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J Street Welcomes Compromise on Iran Agreement Review Bill

April 15th, 2015

J Street welcomes the compromise reached between members of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations on the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act of 2015 (S.615). Under the compromise that won unanimous support in the committee, key provisions in the original draft, that had threatened to kill the nuclear negotiations with Iran, were removed. We also welcome the White House's openness to signing the bill in its new, benign form into law. Read More...

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