Turning on to J Street

Dougherty, Michael Brendan
May 2008
American Conservative;5/19/2008, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p18
The article focuses on the new pro-Israel Jewish American lobbying group, J Street. The two components of the organization include an advocacy group that will try to open America's debate about Israel and the other to overlook the political donations called Public Affairs Committee (PAC). According to Jeremy Ben-Ami, the executive director of the group, the aim of the group is to resolve the conflicts of Israel with its neighbors peacefully which should be also in the interest of America.


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