Updated: Jun 12, 2019
The Jewish News of Northern California
June 7, 2019
A high-stakes battle at the recent California Democratic Party State Convention in San Francisco was waged over a number of resolutions that, if passed, would have radically changed the party’s position on Israel, Palestine and the future of the region.
In the end, pro-Israel activists persuaded the 35-member Resolutions Committee to remove or dramatically soften the language, resulting in what one of the activists called “total victory.”
This is how it all unfolded, in the decorous realm of parliamentary procedure.
Read the article here.