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Topic - Rabbi Steve Gutow
"I don't think this is the end of J Street, though. From my experience, they have been very helpful. When the divestment campaign was in full swing at Berkeley, J Street weighed in effectively in opposition to the effort to get the university to divest from Israel," he said.
"I certainly think it was wrong that they did not talk about Soros from the beginning," said Rabbi Steve Gutow, president of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs.