It's a Jewish Alliance for Justice & Peace calling itself "America's largest grassroots Jewish organization dedicated to promoting a negotiated two-state resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict." With around 50,000 supporters, including over 1,000 rabbis, they educate and organize the US Jewish community for a US foreign policy supportive of Israelis and Palestinians alike. It conducts campaigns, holds conferences, sponsors tours, and engages in various other activist efforts.
Its founding principles include:
-- evacuating Israeli settlements;
-- non-violent solutions in place of state terrorism and "state-initiated violence;"
-- "a complete end to the Israeli military occupation," including over East Jerusalem;
-- a viable Palestinian state based on pre-1967 borders;
-- Jerusalem as the capital of both states, free and open to all Muslims, Jews, Christians and others;
-- "a just resolution of the Palestinian refugee problem;" and