RJC Calls on J Street to Return Soros Money – ‘Only the most obsessed opponents of Israel could weave Israel into the unfolding turmoil in Egypt. It is outrageous to lay responsibility for future peace and stability in Egypt on the doorstep of Israel, as Soros does by calling Israel the “main stumbling block”. J Street knew about the radical anti-Israel positions of George Soros when he began funding that organization. J Street leaders repeatedly lied to hide Soros’ involvement, in order to avoid the inevitable backlash from the vast majority of the Jewish community. J Street has consistently shown itself to be outside the mainstream of the American Jewish community and far from what our community understands as “pro-Israel”. But even for them, Soros’ unrelenting and destructive obsession with Israel can no longer be ignored. J Street must immediately return the money it received from George Soros and renounce all connection with him…’
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