Wednesday, June 20, 2012

  • Wednesday, June 20, 2012
  • Elder of Ziyon
Yesterday, I reported on a one-sided anti-Israel resolution that was considered (and tabled for further consideration) by the North Carolina Democratic Party st their state convention this past weekend.

The resolution, which blames only Israel for all problems of the area and calls to recognize Hamas as a peace partner, was sponsored by the 4th Congressional District of North Carolina, which includes Chapel Hill.

(See Page 12, name of resolution:
26. BRINGING A JUST PEACE TO THE MIDDLE 
EAST:  ISRAEL AND PALESTINE (4TH CD) )

The member of Congress representing that district is David Price, an eleven term congressman.

J-Street, the purportedly pro-Israel organization, enthusiastically endorses Price:


Apparently, J-Street agrees that US military aid to Israel must be eliminated, that Hamas must be recognized, and that the PLO bears no responsibility for anything.

Can J-Street explain to us exactly what makes this one-sided joke of a resolution "pro-Israel" and why they are soliciting money to donate to this nutcase?  I'd really love to know.

(h/t Hard Little Machine and Bella Center)




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