J Street responds to violent attack on Tel Aviv LGBT center

August 3rd, 2009

J Street shares the shock and pain of Israelis and friends of Israel around the world at the terrible news of the multiple shootings at the Gay and Lesbian Association support center in Tel Aviv this weekend. Read More...


Statement by Jewish American organizations on issues raised regarding construction in Jerusalem

July 29th, 2009

Unilateral actions that inflame tensions, impair negotiations and make the ultimate resolution of issues surrounding Jerusalem more difficult, are unhelpful and should be avoided at this particularly sensitive moment. Read More...


Statement on Bayh-Risch Senate letter

July 28th, 2009

J Street urges Senators to support President Obama's balanced approach to negotiations and encourage all sides to meet their responsibilities by making the difficult compromises necessary for peace. Read More...


J Street welcomes Rabbi Yoffie's comments on settlements, US-Israel relationship

July 24th, 2009

We share Yoffie's assessment that "settlement activity at the West Bank is not popular [in the United States]" and that "the status quo is deeply and profoundly problematic." Read More...


Statement on Pastor Hagee's remarks at the CUFI Conference

July 22nd, 2009

J Street strongly opposes Pastor John Hagee's recent comments encouraging Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to "grow and develop the settlements of Israel as you see fit." Read More...


Statement on Israeli construction in East Jerusalem

July 20th, 2009

J Street supports President Obama's call for adherence to past agreements, including a full construction freeze, as the Israeli government allows continued development in East Jerusalem. Read More...


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...


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...