Over 100 Jewish, non-Jewish Groups to Oppose Ahmadinejad (but not J-Street)

Arutz Sheva reports:

Nearly 50 non-Jewish groups including the NAACP, AFL-CIO and the Progressive American Iranian Committee have united with a similar number of Jewish groups, mostly under the aegis of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. Together they will jointly mount a large demonstration on Thursday against Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad who is scheduled to speak this week at the UN in New York City.

The demonstrators will protest human rights abuses in Iran. They will not however call for increased sanctions against the rogue regime which is believed to be seeking nuclear weapons. Achamadinejab is under attack in his own country for stealing the vote in recent national elections. Opposition protests against election fraud have been violently put down by the regime.
Noticeably missing from the list? ---J Street, an organization so in bed with Obama, that they created a "Fight the Smears" website in an apparent effort to silence any legitimate criticism of their Moshiach. They also have the chutzpah to claim they are "pro-Israel."

(For the record, we fully support this effort, even if we are not on the "official list" as of yet - we will help get the word out to our online community of over 100,000 people.)

hat tip: RevoluZionist

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