J Street mourns Naftali Frenkel, Gilad Shaar and Eyal Yifrach

June 30th, 2014

J Street mourns Naftali Frenkel, Gilad Shaar and Eyal Yifrach whose murdered bodies were recovered today in the West Bank. We condemn these brutal killings and express hope that those who carried them out will be brought quickly to justice. Read More...

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J Street Welcomes Presbyterian Decision to Stop Selling Anti-Zionist Publication

June 30th, 2014

Late last week, the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. announced that the study guide 'Zionism Unsettled' will no longer be sold on its website. This is welcome news. Read More...

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J Street's News Roundup 6/30/14

June 30th, 2014

Top news and analysis impacting the work of the pro-Israel, pro-peace movement. Read More...

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A Few Of Our Favorite Summer Reads

June 27th, 2014

With summer in full swing, the J Street family has put together this recommended book list with our personal favorites on all aspects of the US-Israel relationship, Israeli history and culture, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and peace-making. Read More...

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J Street Praises Ambassador Indyk's Work for Peace

June 27th, 2014

J Street President Jeremy Ben-Ami released the following statement in response to Ambassador Martin Indyk’s resignation from the State Department. Read More...

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J Street's News Roundup 6/27/14

June 27th, 2014

Top news and analysis impacting the work of the pro-Israel, pro-peace movement. Read More...

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Student Spotlight: Sarah Beller

June 26th, 2014

On this edition of Student Spotlight, we spoke with Sarah Beller, a rising senior at Stanford University who is a member of J Street U as well as the leadership board at Stanford Hillel. Read More...

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New Poll of Palestinians is a Warning of Consequences of Peace Deadlock

June 26th, 2014

A Washington Institute for Near East Policy poll of Palestinians living in the West Bank and Gaza which shows that a majority no longer favors a two-state solution is a stark warning of the consequences of failing to make progress through negotiations toward a two-state solution. We remain convinced that the two-state solution remains, and will always remain, the only just and viable way to end a conflict that has gone on far too long. Read More...

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