Making History

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President Obama reaffirms his support of a two-state solution

President Obama used a speech to knock down perceptions, fueled in part by recent tussles over Iran, that he lacks a commitment to Israelis and Jewish concerns.

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J Street Portland

The new [Israeli] government, which conveys to the world revulsion for any peaceful solution to the conflict with the Palestinians, is turning Israel into a heavy liability to its friends in the United States and Europe. Their patience is running out and their ability to protect Israel’s positons from boycotts and difficult Security Council resolutions and to block requests to the International Court of Justice is evaporating.

Netanyahu's new government, which conveys to the world revulsion for any peaceful solution to the conflict with the Palestinians, is steering Israel onto a destructive collision course with its most important allies.

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Please thank President Obama for his commitment to our shared values.

President Obama's speech at Adas Israel was a clear endorsement of what we believe: Jewish values compel us to work for Middle East peace. Thank you for invoking true Jewish and American values, reminding us of our shared heritage and reasserting that Israelis and Palestinians have the right to secu…

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We're with you, President Obama. Here's the full quote (long, but so worth it): "What I also think is that there has been a very concerted effort on the part of some political forces to equate being pro-Israel, and hence being supportive of the Jewish people, with a rubber stamp on a particular set of policies coming out of the Israeli government. So if you are questioning settlement policy, that indicates you’re anti-Israeli, or that indicates you’re anti-Jewish. If you express compassion or empathy towards Palestinian youth, who are dealing with checkpoints or restrictions on their ability to travel, then you are suspect in terms of your support of Israel. If you are willing to get into public disagreements with the Israeli government, then the notion is that you are being anti-Israel, and by extension, anti-Jewish. I completely reject that.... Precisely because I care so deeply about the State of Israel, precisely because I care so much about the Jewish people, I feel obliged to speak honestly and truthfully about what I think will be most likely to lead to long-term security, and will best position us to continue to combat anti-Semitism, and I make no apologies for that precisely because I am secure and confident about how deeply I care about Israel and the Jewish people." Full article: http://theatln.tc/1Ai4c3z

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