Statement on Sec. Clinton's remarks at Council on Foreign Relations

July 15th, 2009

J Street applauds Secretary Clinton and the administration's reinforcement of their strong commitment to bold American leadership in the Middle East. Read More...

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J Street responds to The Israel Project's likening of settlement removal to "ethnic cleansing"

July 10th, 2009

Is likening the dismantling of illegal settlements in occupied territories to "ethnic cleansing," or allying the pro-Israel community further with Pastor John Hagee by appearing at his conference, really pro-Israel? Read More...

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Statement on President Obama's handling of Iran crisis

July 2nd, 2009

J Street supports the President's handling of the recent Iran crisis, along with the majority of Americans cited in a recent CNN poll. Read More...

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Dozens of prominent Israelis sign letter of support for J Street

June 24th, 2009

Dozens of prominent Israelis from the security, military, diplomatic, political and academic fields have signed a letter of support for J Street after our first anniversary. Read More...

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J Street statement on decision to return US ambassador to Syria

June 24th, 2009

J Street reacts to reports that the US is returning an Ambassador to Syria. Read More...

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Colette Avital Joins J Street as Senior Advisor

June 19th, 2009

J Street announces former Deputy Speaker of Knesset, Consul General to lead efforts to build Israeli support for organization as it expands. Read More...

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J Street responds to remarks by Clinton and Lieberman

June 18th, 2009

Following Secretary of State Clinton and Israeli FM Lieberman's recent meeting, J Street reiterated its full support for the Administration's "freeze means freeze" approach to Israeli settlements. Read More...

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J Street statement on PM Netanyahu's address at Bar-Ilan University

June 15th, 2009

Street welcomes Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s acceptance of the principle that a Palestinian state should exist alongside the state of Israel. We second the reaction of President Obama that this as an important step forward, and we welcome the President’s continued commitment to work toward a two-state solution and comprehensive, regional peace. Read More...

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