I like StandWithUs.
They have a sort-of moderate, easy-going manner that would be welcome by people who are curious about the conflict without necessarily being committed to either side.
In this way, they probably have a better chance of reaching out to regular citizenry than would, say, David Horowitz who is generally perceived to be a hard-right ideologue.
This is not to say that what Horowitz does is not valuable, because it is valuable... at least, in my estimation. But he's more like a general leading his troops into battle, whereas engaging with StandWithUs is more like a casual chit-chat with your next door neighbor on a summer Sunday morning.
In other words, they have no particular desire to beat you into ideological submission.
I do wonder whether this specific video is likely to resonate with many people, including many Jews, however.
"Temple Denial" is part of the Palestinian-Arab propaganda strategy to divide the Jews from the Land of Israel and it is more for non-Jewish consumption, of course, than Jewish consumption.
However, given the fact that the Long War is also a cognitive war, what they call "Temple Denial" (I hate that term) can maybe, in some infinitesimal measure, undermine Jewish self-confidence in our rights to our own ancestral homeland among Jews leaning in the JStreet direction to begin with.
Nonetheless, we need as much as this kind of material out there as possible.