ACTION ALERT: Is J Street Helping or Hurting Israel? VOTE!

Thanks to our friends at CiF Watch (which does a great job closely monitoring and exposing antisemitism on the Guardian UK's "Comment is Free" blog) for pointing out this poll found in the Guardian UK.

CiF Watch reports:

The Guardian, which is opposed to just about anything that Israel says or does, is trying to support J Street since it sees it as another way to create a wedge between US Jews and Israel.

Its running a poll under a picture of a torn and tattered Israeli flag:

The poll poses the following question: Is J Street helping or hurting the peace process?

Ask yourself what subliminal message the Guardian is trying to convey with the use of this image and what this has to with the question being polled.

In any case, if you have an opinion about the poll, and would like to vote, please do so soon by clicking here
Voting ends in about 19 hours.

At this point, 85.5% feel that J Street represents a "roadblock" and that J Street "muddies the debate," while only 14.6% think J Street's "voice is valuable."

Even 14.6% thinking that J Street's voice is valuable is too much.  VOTE!

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