J Street Calls On New Right-Wing Netanyahu Government to Prove Two-State Commitment

May 6th, 2015

As Americans and as supporters of Israel, J Street respects and values Israel's democratic process even when it results in a government with whose policies we may disagree. The new Israeli government will be judged by its actions in confronting the major challenges facing Israel. High on the agenda must be securing Israel’s long-term security and its democracy, which can only be achieved through an agreement to end the conflict with the Palestinians based on a two-state solution. The new government must also work hard to repair the crucial US-Israel relationship, which has been severely strained by Netanyahu’s actions. Read More...

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Israel Election Outlook with MK Tamar Zandberg

January 28th, 2015

We had a special briefing with with Meretz MK Tamar Zandberg to discuss the these recent events and their potential impact on the current Israeli political landscape. Read More...

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Timing of Invitation for Netanyahu to Address Congress is Troubling

January 21st, 2015

As a pro-Israel organization which works to strengthen the deep ties of friendship and strategic alliance between the United States and Israel, we are obviously always grateful for the high honor of seeing an Israeli Prime Minister invited to address the US Congress. However, we feel that it was a mistake for House Speaker John Boehner to invite Prime Minister Netanyahu now. Read More...

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Election Outlook 2015 with Barak Ravid

December 11th, 2014

On Thursday, December 11, we held a telebriefing with Haaretz correspondent Barak Ravid to discuss the current political climate in Israel and how recent events will shape the upcoming Israeli elections in early 2015. Read More...

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What A Month

February 1st, 2013

January was a busy month at J Street. Here's a brief recap of some highlights in case you missed what we've been doing. Read More...

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