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M.J. J. Rosenberg

Director of Policy Analysis

Israel Policy Forum

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Israel Policy Forum

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New York City, New York,10017

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IPF is the management support services company of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA). We specialise in giving advice on financial management, governance, property and asset management solutions, the supply of information and expe...more

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AIPAC stalwarts hold plenary 'Road map,' Iraq war, lobbying Europe top group's agenda

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"The road map is balanced; the letter is utterly unbalanced," said M.J. Rosenberg, Washington office director for IPF, which draws its board members from such groups as AIPAC, American Jewish Committee and former leaders of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations.


Community Advocates, Inc.

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According to M. J. Rosenberg, the Washington director for the Israel Policy Forum and a veteran of Capitol Hill, "The way it works is that most members of Congress feel that saying things on the
Middle East that are not strictly the Aipac line will get them in more trouble than it's worth. Rosenberg notes that legislation on the Middle East generally consists of symbolic statements, like the recent Palestinian Anti-Terrorism Act, which are "written by Aipac. No one, Rosenberg says, "advocates anti-Israel policies," and even the modest American Task Force on Palestine is "closer to what the American Jewish community supports" a two-state solution, the rollback of settlements in the occupied territories "than any of these right-wing Jewish groups are. Rosenberg describes the attitude of most legislators as a shortsighted "path of least resistance," which, he says he fears, will do real harm to Israel in the long run.


Trial Unnerves Some U.S. Jewish Leaders

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"It's bad for Jews in America if it's seen like you can't talk about this one specific issue," says M.J. Rosenberg, who heads the Washington office of the Israel Policy Forum.


JSPAN Newsletter - February 8, 2008

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M.J. Rosenberg, Director of the Israel Policy Forum's Washington Policy Center, speaks his mind very forcefully every week in his opinion column which appears in the IPF Friday newsletter.
The February 2 issue is no exception: in "The Anti-Israel Factor", Mr. Rosenberg expresses great anger that "thus far, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has barely been mentioned by any of the candidates. .... Candidates fear to speak with any candor about Israel because they suspect .... that the only people paying attention to what they say will be zealots." Mr. Rosenberg goes on to describe these zealots as "single-issue voter(s), ... would-be influence peddlers" who are only interested in hearing their candidates "mouth hawkish pieties and never ever .... indicate any sympathy for the Palestinians. Of course, these ritualistic endorsements of the status quo do nothing for either Israel or for the United States. Moreover, there is not a single candidate for President who does not know that the continuation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict grievously damages U.S. interests in the Middle East, including the security of Israel." Another aspect of the campaign, the use of the Internet for "the delivery of disinformation, lies, and smears", is decried by Mr. Rosenberg. "The idea that these attacks are emanating from the lunatic fringe of the Jewish community - utterly unrepresentative of the community at large which remains as liberal as ever - is as ironic as it is troubling." M.J. Rosenberg insists that candidates should be forthright in their support for a two-state solution to the conflict in the Middle East and must be willing to say publicly that "'peace between Israel and the Arabs will only be achieved by means of U.S. leadership and I intend to provide it.' ..... Americans need to know what a candidate would do to end a conflict that not only threatens Israel's survival but has harmed American interests throughout the world."


JSPAN Newsletter - February 2, 2007

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M.J. Rosenberg: On the Syrian Initiative
Congressman Barton on Stem Cell Research M.J. Rosenberg: On the Syrian Initiative This article by M.J. Rosenberg comes from the Israel Policy Forum and is reprinted with permission


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