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Can you tell the difference between J-Street and the BDSers? (EoZ)

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Feb. 14, 2017

Last month I pointed out an eerily similar emails that both J-Street and BDSers sent out.

It’s happened again.

One of these columns shows a (slightly edited) email from J-Street. The other shows an email from the BDSers known currently as the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights.

See if you can tell which is which.

As President Donald Trump prepares to meet tomorrow with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, we also wanted to make sure you were aware of another important policy development that you can impact.

On Thursday, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee will hold a hearing and vote on David Friedman’s nomination to be ambassador to Israel.

You’ve already sent more than 6,000 letters to Senators opposing the nomination of this extremist who denies Palestinian rights, funds and identifies with the Israeli settler movement, and viciously attacks all who disagree with his abhorrent ideology.

Now, we need you to pick up your phones and call your two Senators to oppose Friedman’s nomination.

Two days from now, the Senate will begin its deliberations on Trump’s nominee for US Ambassador to Israel, David Friedman.

This is a man who called President Obama an anti-Semite. And, in contrast with everyone who has held this position since 1967, he’s a major supporter of the Israeli settlement movement. In fact, he’s raised…

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