After participating in J Street first ever “Let Our People Know” trip, six participants share what they learned.
Coming onto this trip, Jesse was a proud Zionist. Today, he’s not sure if he believes in Israel anymore.
Birthright’s directors and staff may not realize it, but there’s a real choice here: Are proud, boisterous, passionate Jews a failure or a success?
You cannot claim to support liberal values like democracy and equality while also supporting a state that does not share those values.
Recent claims made by a congregant who supports J Street have unfairly maligned the character and integrity of our synagogue and its board.
The Palestinian state Abbas wants to create would be Judenrein, free of Jews. So why do some American Jews laud him as a partner for peace?
When I joined the staff of J Street, my synagogue began regarding my family as an enemy.
Creeping annexation, exemplified in the Susya decision, threatens Israel’s long-term security and wreaks havoc on the lives of Palestinians.
The decision may lead to widespread violent protests in the region and upend long-standing policy. But it also recognizes the facts on the ground.
The dovish pro-Israel lobby J Street wants to make sure Schumer doesn’t waver further down the road.