Majority of Jewish Americans Support J Street's Views, Not ECI's

October 24th, 2011

WASHINGTON— J Street President Jeremy Ben-Ami issued the following statement in response to an article posted today in Washington Jewish Week, “After J Street Declares War, ECI Punches Back.” Read More...

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J Street Calls on ECI to Cut Ties With Rachel Abrams

October 24th, 2011

WASHINGTON — J Street President Jeremy Ben-Ami released the following statement today in response to a recent blog post by Emergency Campaign for Israel (ECI) board member Rachel Abrams in which she calls for the slaughter of Palestinians, including children. Read More...

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Caring enough to engage

June 24th, 2011

We live at a time when serious decisions regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are under discussion, the resolution of which will have implications not just for the future of Israel but for Jews living all over the world. It's not surprising that these discussions are accompanied by deep tensions, as they raise questions of life and death, and about the success or failure of the State of Israel and the heart and the soul of the Jewish people. Read More...

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Jewish Americans Overwhelmingly Cold Toward Tea Party

June 16th, 2011

In response to reports of a new non-scientific sampling of Jewish American attitudes toward the Tea Party, J Street President Jeremy Ben-Ami issued the following statement, drawing on the findings of J Street's Election Night 2010 poll of 1,000 randomly-selected Jewish Americans: "Contrary to claims that Jews are 'warming' to the Tea Party, actual scientific opinion research has shown that Jews hold deeply negative views of the Tea Party Movement and there is no evidence of any shift in the basic ideological positions or attitudes in the community as a whole," Ben-Ami said. Read More...

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