"'Some 350 years after Jews began to live in North America, U.S. Jews once again find themselves forced to cope with charges of "dual loyalty" and with the need to prove that they are no less patriotic than any other American"' If one wants to pick on AIPAC and criticize and bash it to death I wonder, if Haaretz, and Nathan Guttman author of this piece, realize that Moslems in America are influenced by CAIR did anyone see their website and what and how they advise American moslems to behave in America? On their website they are having a voter registration drive among Moslem Americans in which they say: "In tight elections, every vote counts. If Muslims vote in a block, their numbers may be enough to tip the balance in favor of the candidates they support." They say "Muslims in America share a set of common values and interests that they should support and make known to OTHERS CAIR is not doing Arab Americans a favor by being confrontational and not looking for the larger American interests first. By backing candidates that share our interests and concerns, you can help improve the moral, social and economic environment of this great land." I find them encouraging Moslem Americans to cluster into yet another voter block that claims victim hood and cries "Bigotry". One more disgruntled group that looks only after its own best interests versus that of the US as a whole. Is that Dual Loyalty or One Sided Loyalty? How about changing the moral, social and economic environment of the great Moslem lands of the Middle East? Did Islam already succeed in doing that and now is America?s turn to achieve the same success? The real duel loyalty drama will start with the trial of the 4 American Muslims terrorists on trial in Florida. I think you guys should be worry about CAIR's viability not dreaming about AIPAC's demise.
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