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This campaign ended on February 05 at 2PM
Throughout 2013, J Street will be organizing at the national and local level – urging the President to take the diplomatic lead with a bold initiative for Israeli-Palestinian peace. We'll be pressing Congress not to take counterproductive actions that harm the prospects for peace and will be urging community leaders to join the call to end the conflict now before it’s too late to save the two-state solution.
In the coming days, weeks, and months we’ll be rolling out actions to the President; to a new Secretary of State; to the House of Representatives and the Senate; and to the American Jewish community and other friends of Israel, urging them to join us in this endeavor.
We’ll be organizing in our communities, on our campuses, lobbying in Washington and engaging in the media.
Let's get it started by calling on President Obama to use his State of the Union speech to declare that the two-state solution is a foreign policy priority for the United States of America in 2013.
To learn more about J Street and the urgency of a two-state solution for Middle East peace, visit http://jstreet.org/
J Street is the political home for pro-Israel, pro-peace Americans fighting for the future of Israel as the democratic homeland of the Jewish people. We believe that Israel’s Jewish and democratic character depend on a two-state solution, resulting in a Palestinian state living alongside Israel in peace and security.
Rooted in our commitment to Jewish and democratic values, J Street is redefining what it means to be pro-Israel in America. We are changing the U.S. political dynamics around Israel by mobilizing broad support for a two-state solution because it’s in Israel’s and America’s interest. And we are expanding support for Israel by affirming — along with many Israelis — that being pro-Israel doesn’t require supporting every policy of its government.
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