Seventh J Street Congressional Delegation Travels to Israel and the West Bank

June 9th, 2016

Four members of Congress and eleven American Jewish leaders traveled to Israel and the West Bank on a five-day mission last week, led by the J Street Education Fund (JSEF). In meetings with Israeli, Palestinian and American officials, they explored the challenges and opportunities facing both sides as well as the US role in the peace process. Read More...


J Street Appalled By Tel Aviv Shooting, Mourns Victims

June 8th, 2016

J Street is appalled and saddened by today’s shooting at the Sarona Market in central Tel Aviv, which is believed to be a terror attack. Read More...

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We Raised $5.5 million to Help Block Iran's Path to Nuclear Weapons

May 23rd, 2016

J Street proudly supported the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which has blocked all of Iran's pathways to obtaining a nuclear weapon. Read More...

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On Israel's Memorial Day, J Street Honors and Remembers the Fallen

May 11th, 2016

Today, on Israel's Memorial Day, we honor and remember the Israeli soldiers who have fallen in defense of their country, and the civilians who have lost their lives to acts of terror. Read More...


With Primary Victories, JStreetPAC Adds 3 More to Largest Ever Slate

April 27th, 2016

JStreetPAC announced today that it was extending its full endorsement to three candidates who won their primary races on Tuesday. Read More...


J Street Opposes BDS Resolution at NYU

April 25th, 2016

J Street opposes the New York University graduate students union’s recently adopted resolution that called on NYU to divest its funds from programs in Israeli state institutions, cut business ties with them and close its program in Tel Aviv University. Read More...

Tags: BDS

J Street Dismayed by Dani Dayan Comments

March 29th, 2016

We appreciate that Mr. Dayan has subsequently acknowledged that his words were “somewhat undiplomatic” -- though we wish he would go further and admit that they were flat-out wrong. Read More...