New J Street TV Ad Sets Sestak's Record on Israel Straight

July 20th, 2010

J Street announced the launch of a new television advertisement in response to recent right-wing attacks on pro-Israel, pro-peace Members of Congress - in particular Congressman Joe Sestak of Pennsylvania. Read More...

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Statement on US Tax-Exempt Organizations' Funding of Settlement Activity

July 6th, 2010

J Street calls on the United States Treasury Department and relevant Congressional bodies to launch thorough investigations into whether or not the organizations funding settlement activities on the West Bank named in today's New York Times report have broken the law. Read More...

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Community of Yes

July 6th, 2010

As President Obama met with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu at the White House, a national ad kicked off the Community of Yes, an expansive campaign in support of bold US leadership to achieve a two-state solution. The ad contrasts the fear mongering of the Chorus of No - including Rush Limbaugh and Sarah Palin – with a vision of peace and security that serves the best interests of Israel, the US, and the Palestinians and finds broad support among Americans across the spectrum. Say yes to American leadership and a two-state solution. Join the Community of Yes. [View the national ad] [Read the ad's script & fact sheet] [Turning No Into Yes: Answers to the Most Frequent 'Nos'] [Press Release: Community of Yes Launches as Netanyahu and Obama Meet] Read More...

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As Obama & Netanyahu Meet, 'Community of Yes' Launches National Ad Saying 'Yes' to Bold US Leadership in the Mideast

July 6th, 2010

The ad will kick off the "Community of Yes," a multi-pronged national campaign that will rally thousands of Americans to raise their voices in support of urgent and immediate action necessary to both secure a Jewish, democratic Israel and ensure a stable Middle East. Read More...

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JStreetPAC Tops 2008 Totals, On Pace to Raise $1 Million

July 1st, 2010

The country's only pro-Israel, pro-peace PAC announced it has already raised more money in this non-Presidential election year than it did in all of 2008, putting it on pace to raise over $1,000,000 in candidate contributions in only its second election cycle. Read More...

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