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Last fall you signed the Open Letter to the Next President under
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hosted by an independent committee of prominent American Jews,
urged the next president to actively engage the United States in
promoting a just resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The Open Letter was signed by over 10,000 American Jews, with
85% of the signatures collected by Brit Tzedek, and was
presented to Elliot Abrams, the head of Middle East Affairs for
the U.S. National Security Council, on November 30, 2004.
Since then, Brit Tzedek has gone on to organize additional
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