Elsewhere: Meet Mrs. Sterling, the case for and against J Street

Julie Wiener

Introducing Mrs. Sterling: Like her husband of almost 60 years, Shelly Sterling has been accused of racism; she is also still grieving the couple’s oldest son, who died last year in a drug overdose.(Forward)
Why we rejected J Street: J Street’s actions are at odds with the Presidents Conference’s key stated missions, writes Morton Klein. (Jewish Exponent)
Conf wrong on J Street: Keeping J Street out of the framework of the “normative Jewish community” reinforces the “breakdown of the communal structure from which the Presidents Conference is now a relic,” writes Yehuda Kurtzer. (Times of Israel)

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