When Israel is covered by a writer from the New York Times, it is a safe bet that the writer will go to J Street in search of a stinging quote to drive home the article’s message, according to a Washington Free Beacon analysis.
The anti-Israel Middle East lobbying group J Street has once again been crowned the loser of its office building’s annual pumpkin carving contest in what insiders are describing as a demoralizing loss for a group that has few victories to its credit.
This year, J Street entered into the contest a pumpkin it called ‘The Walking Dead’, a title that many described as a metaphor for the group itself.
A Toyota Prius brandishing a bumper sticker from anti-Israel group J Street advocating for “two states for two peoples” was towed on Friday afternoon in Washington, D.C.
The controversial liberal advocacy group J Street has launched a fundraising blitz for two of its “strongest allies on the Hill,” Rep. Bruce Braley (D., Iowa) and Sen. Mark Udall (D., Colo.).
A new campaign launched by the Middle East lobbying group J Street uses the 2008 Beyonce song “All the Single Ladies” to slam Israel and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Eleven lawmakers backed by liberal advocacy group J Street either voted against or refused to vote in favor of increased funding for Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system, which has been a critical life-saver during Hamas’s latest assault on the Jewish state.
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D., N.H.) is facing a fierce backlash for accepting thousands of dollars and the endorsement of the liberal Middle East advocacy group J Street, which has long stirred controversy for political candidates and recently came under fire for accusing Israel of “fanning growing flames of anti-Semitism.”
The liberal Middle East advocacy group J Street accused Israel of “fanning growing flames of anti-Semitism” by waging a military campaign to stop Hamas terrorists from firing rockets at Israeli civilians.
The liberal fringe group J Street is facing renewed questions over its purported dishonesty to journalists and editors after one of its top campus officials penned an op-ed that was so thoroughly riddled with factual errors that a leading Israeli publication was forced to delete the piece and apologize.
The controversial Middle East advocacy group J Street was resoundingly rejected from the Jewish community’s leading umbrella organization due to what insiders described as J Street’s extreme anti-Israel views and unrelenting attacks on mainstream pro-Israel groups.