Skip to comments.J Street: PM refuses to meet delegation
Posted on 06/06/2011 2:12:52 PM PDT by Nachum
Despite enjoying a hearty welcome at the US Congress recently, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has refused to meet with a delagation of representatives organized by J Street, the liberal Jewish lobby said Sunday.
Congressmen cheered Netanyahu on enthusiastically 50 times during his speech, 29 of those being standing ovations. However when five of those same Congress members planned a visit Israel, requesting a meeting with the prime minster or any other official representative of the state, not a single one complied.
The delegation, composed of Democratic Congress members, was set to arrive in Israel on Monday. The trip was initiated by J Street, considered a controversial group known for its fierce criticism of Israel, particularly over the issue of West Bank settlements.
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Why would any sane Israeli want to meet with the J street judas goats or any of their sonnenkommando buddies?
Good for the PM. J street is a fringe group funded by a small number of people and not representative of the people of the USA. Further, they advocate positions further to the left of Obama’s policies. He does’t need to meet with them, since he already knows what they have to say and what they have to say is basically to voice opposition to his policies.
American version of naturi karta. They shouldn’t even be allowed to ENTER Israel. If thes kapos are even Jewish, I would be shocked.
Send them back to soros.
They were searched and each one was found to be carrying 30 pieces of silver.s
The USA has laws against allowing into the country “animals” who are a ‘clear and present danger’ to the health and wellbeing of the country.
It appears that Israel has the same policies. MazelTov.
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