"Diana Ralph's attempt to paint the Alliance of Concerned Jewish Canadians as a benign group of Jews who want to be free to criticize Israeli policies doesn't cut it."
Her attempt does not reduce Israeli policies. It is a bit hard to understand. What is the background of it?
She helped set up the Alliance of Concerned Jewish Canadians to counter Israeli policies, particularly toward Palestinians. She critizes Israeli policies but it has no effect, according to the sentence above. So her attempt does not stop these policies she is in opposition to.
I have found this text on a web site. In my opinion=to me (*), the very last part of the text doesn't make sense. It seems that either there is a word missing after "policies" or that "doesn't cut it" is related to "Diana's attempt".
Could some one help, please?
What does "to cut it" mean?
(*) could I say "To me,..."?yes. you can.
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