J Street is not pro-Israel? You don't say!...

It's nice to hear others, especially respected commentators like Isi Leibler, echo the very low esteem in which we hold J Street given their intellectual dishonesty and lack of moral compass. J Street is not pro-Israel. Instead, it really deserves to be called the enemy within, which means that anyone supporting them by definition proves he or she has no respect for the Israeli democracy. Worse yet, J Street is arrogantly paternalistic and condescending, taking the view that Israelis are clearly not sophisticated, enlightened or plain smart enough to chart their own fate via their own democracy. Oddly enough, J Street doesn't bother trying to impact the dysfunctional regimes of all the surrounding countries. No, they're only interested in impacting the only truly functional democracy in the entire region! If you truly love Israel and what she represents, stay away from J Street and stop giving them any money! And if you don't like Israeli policies, make Aliah and try to change its decisions from the inside, via the democratic institutions that exist over there. You have no right to dictate your narrow political views from the distant comfort of America. This has another name: cowardice. Nothing to brag about.

http://www.jwire.com.au/featured-articles/j-street-not-a-pro-israel-organisation/37561

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