Progressive Jewish Groups See Test in Crisis

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Tuesday, December 30, 2008 at 8:42 am
Dec. 30, 2008 -- A Palestinian stands on the wreckage of a mosque damaged by Israeli airstrike, at the Jabalia refugee camp in Gaza Strip. (Zuma)

Dec. 30, 2008 -- A Palestinian stands on the wreckage of a mosque damaged by Israeli airstrike, at the Jabalia refugee camp in Gaza Strip. (Zuma)

As the Israeli bombardment of Gaza enters its fourth day, there is no shortage of tests. The wisdom of Israeli strategy is being tested. The resilience of the Palestinian people is being tested. The ability of the U.S. and the international community to impose a ceasefire is being tested.

And the might of the new progressive American Jewish infrastructure that emerged in 2008 — unapologetically pro-peace and pro-Israel — is undergoing its own test as well: How to effectively argue that an Israeli war is counterproductive to Israel’s long-term security while the bombs are falling.

Illustration by: Matt Mahurin

Illustration by: Matt Mahurin

“Absolutely,” said Jeremy Ben-Ami, executive director of J Street, a new liberal Jewish lobby group. “This is a real testing moment for those of us who honestly believe you can be supportive of Israel but questioning of steps its government takes.”

M.J. Rosenberg, director of policy analysis for the Israel Policy Forum, another progressive Jewish organization, was similarly blunt. “It’s put-up-or-shut-up time,” he said. “For a two-state solution, for the U.S. to be an honest broker — if all of us just sit back and say, ‘Israel had no choice [to bomb Gaza], then we’re just a bunch of phonies. But I don’t see that happening.”

As is typical during moments of crisis in the Middle East, the bombing of Gaza quickly led to statements of unambiguous support for Israel from leading American politicians, including from Democrats and progressives.

When Israel is attacked,” said Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), “the United States must continue to stand strongly with its friend and democratic ally.” House Majority Leady Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) said, “Israel is acting in clear self-defense in response to heinous rocket attacks from Hamas-controlled Gaza.” Howard Berman (D-Calif.), the progressive chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, at least acknowledged the 364 Palestinians killed in Gaza over four days, but only to say, “The loss of innocent life is a terrible tragedy, and the blame for that tragedy lies with Hamas.”

The Gaza crisis is the first Israeli-Palestinian emergency since J Street launched in April. As a self-identified force to shift the American debate on Israel and Palestine to the left, it has not previously had to make its arguments while Israel has been at war. Usually, when Israel finds itself at war, “our side gets cowed into silence,” Ben-Ami, a former domestic policy aide to President Bill Clinton, told the Washington Independent in April. So Gaza is the first test for whether that silence can be broken, and the expected pro-bombing statements made by U.S. politicians and media commentators demonstrates its uphill struggle.

On Sunday afternoon, J Street emailed supporters and asked them to endorse a statement: “I support immediate and strong U.S.-led diplomatic efforts to urgently reinstate a meaningful ceasefire that ends all military operations, stops the rockets aimed at Israel and lifts the blockade of Gaza. This is in the best interests of Israel, the Palestinian people and the United States.”

The appeal was accompanied by an anguished email written by online director Isaac Luria. “At this moment of extreme crisis, J Street wants to demonstrate that, among those who care about Israel and its security, there is a constituency for sanity and moderation,” Luria wrote. “There are many who recognize elements of truth on both sides of this gaping divide and who know that closing it requires strong American engagement and leadership.”

By 5 p.m. Monday, the organization said it had collected 11,870 signatures. Ben Ami said he would present the petition to the Obama transition team, with which the organization is in talks about appointments to Middle-East policy positions.

For its part, the transition has been circumspect, declining to step on the Bush administration’s efforts before Obama takes office. “President-elect Obama is closely monitoring global events, including the situation in Gaza, but there is one president at a time,” said Brooke Anderson, the transition’s chief national-security spokeswoman.

Further steps, Ben Ami said, depend on whether the Israeli campaign winds down or escalates. But he said that the organization’s leadership would “do whole range of media” appearances in order to demonstrate that “this organization with strong roots in the pro-Israel community is willing to say, ‘Let’s discuss the best way going forward and not blindly go down a path we think is counterproductive.’”

Others discussed next steps already. Rosenberg anticipated forming a coalition with organizations like J Street and Americans for Peace Now, another progressive Jewish lobby group, as well as progressive Arab-American organizations like the American Task Force on Palestine — which has also called for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza — to coordinate messaging and lobbying.

While coordinated efforts have not yet coalesced, some in the progressive Jewish community think that the “message is getting out there,” as Ori Nir, spokesman for Americans For Peace Now,  put it.  “It’s getting reported by Jewish and general media, getting it out to our base,” Nir said. “We sent out yesterday our statement and today an action alert calling on activists to send letters to President Bush urging what the press statement urged, and to President-elect Obama.”

In the statement, Americans For Peace Now’s president, Debra DeLee said, “While we hold – as we always have – that Israel has the right and the obligation to protect its citizens from attack and threats, we know that military power alone will not provide real, long term remedy for the threat that the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip poses to Israel. Israel needs stability on its border with Gaza. Such stability can only be achieved through a political process,” a sentiment echoed by organizations like J Street and the Israel Policy Forum.

Hussein Ibish, a senior fellow with the American Task Force on Palestine, urged progressive Jewish organizations to “be very clear with their Israeli friends that there isn’t going to be a military solution [to the conflict], just as we are with our Palestinian and Arab friends.” But he cautioned that a moment of hostility might not actually be such a proving ground for the new liberal Jewish lobbying apparatus.

“Peace groups on both sides are more fully tested when the spotlight is not on the process, counterintuitively,” Ibish said. “That’s when the hard work — building the basis of a negotiated agreement comes in. That’s the only way this ends, and you can’t bring that out in any meaningful when the bombs are flying.”

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c. chapman
Comment posted December 30, 2008 @ 2:58 pm

Good news for groups like these; Pelosi, Bush, and the rest of the political parroting American “establishment” policies toward Israel; LOTS of us are getting SICK of Israel AND our money going to it. I am a third Jewish, had a grandfather in Buchenwald and will say what I please about this mess and the U.S. b.s. in continued support—-both $$ and policy. This does NOT mean I am letting Hamas/Hezbollah off the hook—–but the kill ratio is obvious.——


V. Harris
Comment posted December 30, 2008 @ 3:44 pm

Hopefully, enough of the world community will realize that bombing mosques, civilian homes, etc. is just so wrong, is so many ways. And just because Jewish are bombing Palestinians doesn't make it any less wrong. Innocents are dying for dirt…so wrong.


mila
Comment posted December 30, 2008 @ 3:58 pm

i am tired of jews who hate themselves and support terrorists and jew haters. Tiny, courageous country like Israel,surrounded by millions of enemies, and still tries to survive. it needs our love, strength and support. stop kissing asses and support your people aqlready!


Bubba
Comment posted December 30, 2008 @ 4:50 pm

Why do Israeli and Palestinian children have to live under these circumstances. Both peoples represent the seat of our civilization. They come from the same root. I want both groups to be safe so their children can live in peace.

If the Israelis and Palestians really want to solve the “problem” then they should bring in members of the Crips and Bloods – two US African American gangs who have found a way to peacefully co-exist. Forget about sending in foreign policy experts. The situation calls for folks who can get in there and have an honest and unfiltered conversation.


Keith M
Comment posted December 30, 2008 @ 7:15 pm

How can you be 1/3 anything? The nature of reproduction says the denominator must be a power of 2: 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, etc.


PacificGatePost
Comment posted December 30, 2008 @ 10:58 pm

AN OLD RITUAL REPEATING ITSELF

Where is the outrage from the Arab community for the Hamas tactics?

http://pacificgatepost.blogspot.com/2008/12/isr…

That is where any hope for a real solution lies.


Jennifer S. Roberts
Comment posted December 31, 2008 @ 5:06 am

It's wonderful to hear about J Street and other progressive American Jews. I knew they had to be out there, just didn't know where. I don't know which is more painful, the idea of so many lives being lost, or the thought of more and more enemies of Israel. Not to mention the stupidity of the US for letting our friends make so many mistakes.
I am greatly encouraged.


Jonathan
Comment posted December 31, 2008 @ 7:09 am

First if he claims he is 1/3, that means that 2/3 are not as smart as his 1/3, second I guess no one told him that if he was in Buchenwald, no one would ask him what part of him is Jewsih, as his TOTAL Person would be burned with all the others, then he would pray that maybe if he had a country like Israel, he would be saved………. but as I said, thats too bad that the 2/3 makes him forget the facts of life (Only 70 years ago).


FJ
Comment posted December 31, 2008 @ 10:30 am

you are an idiot!


FJ
Comment posted December 31, 2008 @ 10:55 am

This whole situation is very sad! The problem is there is no solution with a radical religous war…these folks have forgotten from whence they came. They continue to do the same things to each other..like begets like. It's pretty simple folks: To get something you've never had before you have to do something you've never done before! Our rewards in life are determined by the problems you solve for others.

This isn't a political war it is religous or has the entire educated free world lost its mind? or just chooses to ignore the facts. As Americans we will continue to support Israel as is our historic duty and pledge to do so! If you live in America and don't like it than leave!

Whether you believe in a God or not remember those at war do! And we are obligated in this country as founded on Christian Principles to support Gods chosen people…I am sorry but the Hamas and any others who are against the jewish people and are continue to occupy land that isn't rightfully theirs will ultimately suffer…whether it be in this life or the next.

The bottom line? Enough is enough! If you Pray than pray for peace…if you don't than you are part of the problem and not the solution and need to go about your lives as nornal and ask yourselves what happens when I die?


ana
Comment posted December 31, 2008 @ 9:02 pm

First, I believe that one of the reasons this is a great country is because I can not like things we do, like supporting Israel unconditionally, but still live here. If that is no longer the case, then I'd be more than happy to leave.
Second, this is NOT a Christian country!!!!!!!!! In fact, it is our stated position (see Treaty of Tripoli) that we are not a Christian nation.


AJustPeace
Comment posted December 31, 2008 @ 9:08 pm

See also statements by Jewish Voice for Peace, a progressive Jewish organization in the US, at http://www.jewishvoiceforpeace.org/ and B'Tselem, an Israeli human rights organization, at http://www.btselem.org/english/Gaza_Strip. It's time Americans wake up to the truth about Israel.


epaminondas
Comment posted January 1, 2009 @ 7:50 am

HAMAS:
“Israel will exist and will continue to exist until Islam will obliterate it, just as it obliterated others before it.”

“The Islamic Resistance Movement believes that the land of Palestine is an Islamic Waqf consecrated for future Moslem generations until Judgement Day. It, or any part of it, should not be squandered: it, or any part of it, should not be given up. “

“There is no solution for the Palestinian question except through Jihad. Initiatives, proposals and international conferences are all a waste of time and vain endeavors.”

HERE:
http://www.mideastweb.org/hamas.htm

HAMAS, the Muslim Brotherhood in Gaza, bases their organization in the Quran (just ask them), or take the RESPONSIBILITY to go the the link and read
They will accept NOTHING but Islamic peace where Israel is concerned.

They CANNOT, CAN NOT accept Israel. The Quran forbids it.
If they live Israel can never have peace, or cannot live herself.
That's all there is.

Protestations about peace and reasonableness in this particular regard amount to western arrogant ethnocentric cultural ideas about others, and how they want to live and conduct their lives.
HAMAS is the freely elected govt of Gaza and their mandatory Quranic position is an ACCURATE representation of the will of the people there, WHO ARE RESPONSIBLE, just as we are when we vote.

To them this is a religious war of the peoples and is therefore NOT amenable to a political negotiation, which is why there has ever only been talk a of a truce from them, not a peace.

On the day HAMAS is gone, and PEOPLE of a nascent Palestine want a political settlement, not a mandatory religious solution, negotiations will occur.

That is why nothing has changed in this war.
One side INSISTS that god INSISTS that Israel dies.


steona
Comment posted January 2, 2009 @ 2:47 pm

read this

http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1050426.html

p.s. many of you sound very ignorant, please at least attempt to think before you post.

Before Hamas, there was a secular movement and there continues to be a secular movement. To try to blame the Palestinians for resisting as some kind of Islamic extremism is wrong. Oh and Hamas has said on many occasions that they would recognize Israel and work with Israel.
This is not a war against terror it is a war against occupation and repression and Israel has created the radical elements in the Palestinian society. Want normalization? why do everything to stop it?

p.s. There are plenty of Hasidic Jews who believe it is against the Torah to have a state of Israel like the current one and call for the destruction of Israel, so before you attack on religious grounds, know what you are talking about.

Peace


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Ralph Deeds
Comment posted January 2, 2009 @ 8:47 pm

Looks to me as if Israel might be taking this opportunity to take some strong action before the end of the Bush administration. Big mistake, in my opinion. World opinion appears to me to be strongly against Israel's disproportionate response to the bait put out by Hamas.


epaminondas
Comment posted January 4, 2009 @ 3:35 pm

@peace
“Oh and Hamas has said on many occasions that they would recognize Israel and work with Israel. “
That is an absolute factual error
Post the relevant URL and prove your assertion which contradicts utterly what HAMAS's main function as stated in their charter is publicly.

HAMAS, the Muslim Brotherhood in Gaza, has since 1988 stood for only one thing.
NO ISRAEL.
That is the bitter reality. To believe HAMAS would recognize Israel is something they are telling you contradicts the Quran ..i.e. god. (Article 13 of the Charter URL below in other post)
That you delude yourself on this fact is an arrogance in thinking others want and think as we do.
HAMAS has NEVER said any more that they would offer a truce. NEVER.
If you can find a quote by HAMAS referring to recognizing Israel which was not instantly corrected, congrats, you should be Sec State.
HAMAS did not use the opportunity of their election to build schools.
They used it for their main purpose.
Eliminating the state of Israel, and any jews who refuse to be dhimmis
Sorry but HAARETZ is the Duranty winning paper of Israel on this one.
The FACTS are that HAMAS launched in the mid thousands of rockets as Israel proper.
No nation would stand for that for a week.
Israel did it for three years after leaving Gaza, reducing the settlements there, and removing the jews.

“There are plenty of Hasidic Jews who believe it is against the Torah to have a state of Israel “
This also is a factual error.
There ARE Hasidic jews who feel that way but to give the impression there are plenty is a canard
There are Americans who believe David Duke is correct, but “plenty”?

I have conveyed to this comment thread the words of HAMAS, as they have presented them (Not me)
I have posted the URL where their own basis for existence is posted
You prefer to wave your hand at it.

That is living in naive fantasy.

Are there the jews you say there are plenty of?
“Neturei Karta, an orthodox jewish sect which believes as a matter of faith that jews are mandated not to have a nation of any kind until the messiah comes, a sect which began in 1935, a sect which welcomes the efforts of Ahmadinejad, and is in the pay of same, has but 5,000 adherents, MAX. This represents ~ four one hundredths of one percent of the Jewish people. While many in Neturei Karta chose to simply ignore the State of Israel, a fringe element took proactive steps to condemn it and bring about its eventual dismantling until the coming of the Messiah. Chief among these is Rabbi Moshe Hirsch, Neturei Karta's self-proclaimed “Foreign Minister,” who served in Yasser Arafat's cabinet as Minister for Jewish Affairs.”


geraldmcgrew
Comment posted January 5, 2009 @ 12:51 pm

Excellant article, with one big omission. Why no mention of the Tikkun Community. J Street may end up out-organizing (or out-lobbying) Tikkun, and if so, bless them for the increased effectiveness. But Rabbi Lerner and the Tikkun folks have made a greater theoretical contribution to the progressive Jewish position on the conflict, on the deep issues as well as political strategy, than anyone through the years, When dicussing the approach to be taken by various progressive organizations, Tikkun should at least be part of the conversation. For the latest statement from Tikkun on Gaza, please see: http://files.tikkun.org/current/article.php/200…


w. g. krasnow
Comment posted January 6, 2009 @ 1:31 pm

It's just great that TWI ventilates this matter from which the mass media sheepishly obstain.


FJ
Comment posted January 7, 2009 @ 10:24 am

Hey Ana where are you moving to? Since you are happy to leave take your Tripoli BS with you or do you not understand that if it is the case…then once again we have violated the mandates of the hard work done by the founding fathers. You do know who they are don't you? Oh my bad I forgot your leaving…so guess what BYE -BYE!


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Jaff Sassani
Comment posted February 5, 2009 @ 4:16 pm

Deceased Zionist are Ashamed of those Living one’s for failing to Bring Peace for Israel

Zionism is an international political movement that originally supported the reestablishment of a homeland for the Jewish People in the historic Land of Israel. The Zionists are the people who fought to establish the state of Israel. Israel supposes to protect Jewish people in Israel and around the world in the time of war and peace. But in reality they are becoming burden on the Jewish people in America and Europe. What if America does not want or not capable any more to protect Israel interest some day? Does the Zionist ever cared about that day.
The Israeli leaders are from Europe mostly. They are clueless with regard of history. For over sixty years they are enjoyed the superiorities over the Arab and Middle Eastern people technologically. The times are catching up with them now. Iranian Mullah from the Shi’a is about to acquire Atomic Bomb technology to be used against the superiority of Israel security cards. Israel will have to defend on herself using conventional weapons and human resources.
The long term wars for Israeli people are not matching the human resources and weapons of Islamic armies then. American people are tired of the wars in Middle East. The Europeans’ did run away long time ago. What is next for the people in Israel?
We are an Eryan or Iranian organizations from Pakistan to Turkey and from Kurdistan to former Soviet Union Countries. We wished to forge strategical relationship with the Israeli people to balance the evil forces against the Jewish people in the region. Why we want that that strategical cooperation’s with the people of Israel? It is simple; we believe that both our people are sharing common history and common problem with the Arab imperialist in the region.
The Israeli does have technology and expertise we need. We have raw material and human resources to balance the Arab imperialist ambitions. Our alliances are beneficial to both of our people.
There are many tribes from Pakistan to Turkey and from Kurdistan to former Soviet Union are clamming that they are related to the Jewish people by blood. The DNA test proves the blood connections between Jewish people and Kurdish people in the region. Pashtoon people in Afghanistan-Pakistan and many other tribes are clamming to be from those” ten lost tribes of the Jewish people”. Regardless of the religions; the people will have more feeling toward each other when they are related by blood than religions.
The Israeli people made wrong strategical alliances wit the Turks of Turkey. The Turks of Turkey are the people got benefit from the Islamic holly wars of “Jihads” after they are converted to Islam. They are never got hurt by the Arabs like us Iranian. They are natural ally of Arabs compared to our people.
The PM of Turkey can say nice thing to Israeli in private and say nasty thing against them in public. The general publics are going to take the nasty saying first. The Turks of Turkey are burden on Israel. They are never going to be Israel strategical partners. When there are wars against Israel in the region the Turks of Turkey are not going to stop it or go to war for Israel. But the people who have blood connections with Jewish people will do that for Israel.
Sincerely,
Jaff Sassani
From the SKDC
jaff.skdc@googlemail.com
Feb-4-09


Jaff Sassani
Comment posted February 6, 2009 @ 12:16 am

Deceased Zionist are Ashamed of those Living one’s for failing to Bring Peace for Israel

Zionism is an international political movement that originally supported the reestablishment of a homeland for the Jewish People in the historic Land of Israel. The Zionists are the people who fought to establish the state of Israel. Israel supposes to protect Jewish people in Israel and around the world in the time of war and peace. But in reality they are becoming burden on the Jewish people in America and Europe. What if America does not want or not capable any more to protect Israel interest some day? Does the Zionist ever cared about that day.
The Israeli leaders are from Europe mostly. They are clueless with regard of history. For over sixty years they are enjoyed the superiorities over the Arab and Middle Eastern people technologically. The times are catching up with them now. Iranian Mullah from the Shi’a is about to acquire Atomic Bomb technology to be used against the superiority of Israel security cards. Israel will have to defend on herself using conventional weapons and human resources.
The long term wars for Israeli people are not matching the human resources and weapons of Islamic armies then. American people are tired of the wars in Middle East. The Europeans’ did run away long time ago. What is next for the people in Israel?
We are an Eryan or Iranian organizations from Pakistan to Turkey and from Kurdistan to former Soviet Union Countries. We wished to forge strategical relationship with the Israeli people to balance the evil forces against the Jewish people in the region. Why we want that that strategical cooperation’s with the people of Israel? It is simple; we believe that both our people are sharing common history and common problem with the Arab imperialist in the region.
The Israeli does have technology and expertise we need. We have raw material and human resources to balance the Arab imperialist ambitions. Our alliances are beneficial to both of our people.
There are many tribes from Pakistan to Turkey and from Kurdistan to former Soviet Union are clamming that they are related to the Jewish people by blood. The DNA test proves the blood connections between Jewish people and Kurdish people in the region. Pashtoon people in Afghanistan-Pakistan and many other tribes are clamming to be from those” ten lost tribes of the Jewish people”. Regardless of the religions; the people will have more feeling toward each other when they are related by blood than religions.
The Israeli people made wrong strategical alliances wit the Turks of Turkey. The Turks of Turkey are the people got benefit from the Islamic holly wars of “Jihads” after they are converted to Islam. They are never got hurt by the Arabs like us Iranian. They are natural ally of Arabs compared to our people.
The PM of Turkey can say nice thing to Israeli in private and say nasty thing against them in public. The general publics are going to take the nasty saying first. The Turks of Turkey are burden on Israel. They are never going to be Israel strategical partners. When there are wars against Israel in the region the Turks of Turkey are not going to stop it or go to war for Israel. But the people who have blood connections with Jewish people will do that for Israel.
Sincerely,
Jaff Sassani
From the SKDC
jaff.skdc@googlemail.com
Feb-4-09


onlinemoneymakingtip
Comment posted July 1, 2009 @ 4:18 am

but now you can see iserial is safe and there will be no wars and all because of peace and politeness among the people and now we can say that Israel can make progress among the peoples


Chen
Comment posted January 17, 2010 @ 1:19 am

religion is certainly a very sensitive issue there but the bottom line is, there could be exaggerated issues that would require more attention


Chen
Comment posted January 17, 2010 @ 6:19 am

religion is certainly a very sensitive issue there but the bottom line is, there could be exaggerated issues that would require more attention


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