J Street (the J is for "jihad," not "Jewish") is calling for annihilation of the Jews. They are calling for all-out war on Israel and for our decidedly anti-Israel president to "forcefully" impose the jihadists' plan for Israel. This administration gave rise to the Jewicides, once relegated to the very fringe of American diaspora. They now speak at the White House on behalf of all the American kapos, selling their nonexistent souls for the right to be left alone. The J street Jew-haters (funded largely by Muslim countries, George Soros et al) are now Obama's go-to boys, as witnessed by their frequent trips to the White House.
Where is the American diaspora? Where is AIPAC, so busy are they trying to be PC and sharia compliant, they forgot why they exist. But J Street hasn't.
Where is our spineless, gutless Jewish lay leadership? Knocking at the backdoor of the service quarters of the White House?
Today, J Street President Jeremy Ben-Ami released the following statement
upon reports on the jihad warships (flotilla) act of war on Israel. The twisting usage of words has reached a new level of deception and obfuscation. Dizzying.
J Street is deeply shocked and saddened by reports that at least 10 civilians
have been killed and dozens more wounded (including Israeli soldiers) this
morning as Israel intercepted a naval convoy bringing humanitarian supplies and
construction materials to the Gaza Strip.
We express our condolences to the families of those killed and we wish the
injured a full and speedy recovery. We hope that leaders on all sides will take
immediate steps to ensure that this incident does not escalate into a broader
round of violence – in Israel, in Gaza, or in the region.
There will undoubtedly be calls in the coming days for a UN investigation
into today’s events. A credible, independent commission appointed by the Israeli
government should provide the world with a full and complete report into the
causes and circumstances surrounding the day’s events and establish
responsibility for the violence and bloodshed.
This shocking outcome of an effort to bring humanitarian relief to the people
of Gaza is in part a consequence of the ongoing, counterproductive Israeli
blockade of Gaza. J Street has been and continues to be opposed to the blockade
– believing that there are better ways to ensure Israel’s security and to
prevent weapons smuggling than a complete closure of the Gaza Strip.
We do not know yet what the impact of today’s incident will be on the
just-restarted peace process, on Israel’s relations with the international
community, or on the health of Arab-Jewish relations within Israel itself.
We do know, however, that today is one more nail in the coffin for hopes of
ending the Israeli-Palestinian conflict peacefully and diplomatically and for
preserving Israel’s Jewish and democratic character. We urge President Obama and
other international and regional leaders to take today’s terrible news as an
opportunity to engage even more forcefully in immediate efforts to end the
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