Democratic Majority for Israel, by contrast, touts a scenario where the Israeli government, backed by U.S. financial aid and diplomatic cover, and stateless Palestinians can negotiate a two-state solution on their own.

It’s memo said IfNotNow “wrongly suggests Israel alone is responsible for the current impasse in negotiations, ignoring the fact that the Palestinian leadership has consistently refused offers for a two-state solution.”

In seeking to discredit IfNotNow, the Democratic Majority for Israel calls it “strongly anti-Israel organization” and insists that the group “has refused to acknowledge Israel’s right to exist at all.”