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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Statement on Congressional Passage of Iran Sanctions

June 24th, 2010

J Street welcomes Congressional passage of the Comprehensive Iran Sanctions Accountability and Divestment Act of 2010. We believe that a dual track approach that combines meaningful diplomatic engagement with broad-based sanctions is necessary to convince Iran to clarify its nuclear intentions. Read More...

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Over 400 Rabbis & Cantors Sign J Street Open Letter: Our Hope Remains

June 24th, 2010

Over 400 rabbis, cantors, and rabbinical and cantorial students from across the denominational spectrum have signed an open letter to the Jewish community, titled "Our Hope Remains." The open letter will run as a full-page ad in this week's Forward. Read More...

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US Calls for More Balanced UNHRC Approach to Israel

June 18th, 2010

In remarks before the United Nations Human Rights Council this week, US Ambassador Eileen Chamberlain Donahoe rightly criticized the Council's "disproportionate focus on Israel" that unduly criticizes Israel and the conflict at the expense of other human rights situations around the globe, thereby undermining the Council's credibility and impact. Read More...

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Statement on Israeli Cabinet Decision Regarding Gaza Blockade

June 17th, 2010

J Street welcomes the Israeli cabinet's decision to "liberalize the system by which civilian goods enter Gaza." We've believed that the closure as implemented was not serving Israel's best interests, was strengthening Hamas' capabilities and hold on the Strip, and was imposing an unacceptable level of hardship on the civilian population. Read More...

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