The J Street political action committee has received tens of thousands of dollars in donations from dozens of Arab and Muslim Americans, as well as from several individuals connected to organizations doing Palestinian and Iranian issues advocacy, according to Federal Election Commission filings.
Additionally, at least two State Department officials connected to Middle East issues have donated to the PAC, which gives money to candidates for US Congress supported by J Street. The organization describes itself as a "pro-Israel, pro-peace" lobby pushing for more American involvement and diplomacy in resolving the Middle East conflict.
Arab and Muslim donors are extremely rare for other organizations that describe themselves as supporters of Israel as J Street does, Jewish leaders at organizations across the political spectrum told The Jerusalem Post. Because most of these other organizations are not PACs, however, US law does not require them to release their donor lists. J Street's non-PAC arm also does not release a complete list of contributors
There's more. Want to fight back against this century's nazis?
Z Street and the Z for zoooooom, baby. There is a wonderful new organization, Z Street, that was created to counter the growing Jewicidal influence the left wing anti-Jew Jews have in the anti-Israel Obama administration. I wrote about it here. J Street, the marginal, fringe, alleged Soros group, given such credence by the White House, should be put on notice. The Jewish people have a real voice that speaks to the existential needs of the Jewish community (the J in J Street stands for jihad, don't let them fool you).
They are having a huge rally in DC, where I, among others, will be speaking. If you can get down to DC in support of Israel at the end of October, please join us. This group speaks for those who love and support the state of Israel.
Lori Lowenthal Marcus penned this piece for the American Thinker:
The right of the Jewish people to a state, and the right of Jews to live freely anywhere, including inhaling oxygen in areas the world insists are reserved for Arab Palestinians;Relishing the terms "Jewish State" and "Zionism" - ones currently derided as shameful instead of sources of pride;Circulation of facts -- not deceptive "Palestinian" narratives -- about the Middle East, Israel and terrorism;Condemnation of those who revile Israel for actions they ignore when taken by Israel's enemies and virtually all states throughout history;Categorical rejection of agreements with, or concessions to, terrorists (or their supporters) who are dedicated to Israel's destruction.