We opposed David Friedman. We stand with refugees and undocumented immigrants. We call out anti-Muslim hate and combat anti-Semitism. And we’re still firmly in the pro-Israel camp.
The lobby's attitude toward a two-state solution recounts the slogan of an old Israeli bra commercial – walk with, but feel without.
Are traditional pro-Israel voices really willing to voice the American Jewish community’s opposition to the attack on liberal, democratic values underway in both Israel and the U.S.?
Lineup includes the ambassadors to the U.S. from Azerbaijan and Singapore, both of which Netanyahu recently visited.
Kagame is the first leader of an African country to address the influential pro-Israel lobby's annual D.C. conference.
The unusual contribution to the Center for Security Policy, headed by Frank Gaffney, was used for ads against the Iran nuclear deal.
It remains unclear if Donald Trump will attend the D.C. conference. Last year, the then-presidential candidate addressed the convention, where his harsh attack on Obama led AIPAC to publicly apologize for his speech.
Ties to and donations from pro-Israel groups may affect senators' decisions. This is how David Friedman's confirmation hearing will play out.
Right-wing American Jews have become a bit deranged, expecting messianic outcomes for Israel from an entirely unpredictable Trump administration. And they want AIPAC to play along.
Outrage? AIPAC and the Conference of Presidents can summon it on behalf of Israel’s government, on BDS, on the Iran Deal - but not for the American minorities targeted by Trump. Not even its Jews.