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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

We're sure you've heard of J Street which is on the same team as T'ruah, Jewish Voice for Peace and the age old, Americans for Peace Now. All of the above are so called "Jewish" groups whose job it is to fake out the American Jewish community into getting that "anti-Israel feel." And they are also at the beck-and-call of the Democrat Party. J Street, ruled by Jeremy ben-Ami, is the real political culprit in the group founded in 2008 to garner Jewish support for then presidential candidate Obama. All of these groups now have their marching orders to defeat, in any way they can, the pro-Israel anti Boycott Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) legislation now being rammed through Congress by a rare union of conservatives and liberals.

And these groups are furious. Working hand in hand with and following the lead of the Far Left ACLU, they are attempting to sway the American Jewish community to rally against this law which would make it illegal to join in the boycott of Israeli goods. This law, The Israel Anti-Boycott Act, introduced in March by Sens. Ben Cardin, D-Md and Rob Portman, R-Ohio, would make those adhering to boycotts against Israel to be the subject of fines. The BDS movement , inspired by the Arab League way back in the 1970's has been remodeled, again by Muslim governments, with the intention of strangling Israel by having their products blacklisted. And they need Jewish groups in this country to support them. 

Just last week, J Street VP Dylan J. Williams, in a copy-cat note wrote to House staffers that his group opposed the legislation because of its impact on free speech. He recommended that they consult with free speech experts on possible Constitutional concerns with the bill. He claimed it was in "direct violation of the First Amendment." Then a leader of J Street's college chapter at Johns Hopkins U. took a different tack by stating that if Israel would end its occupation, permit Arab resettlement and share Jerusalem, there would be no need for any BDS laws.