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AIPAC's Latest 'pro-Israel' Political Stunt Endangers America

Why is AIPAC, which condemned Trump's incitement of violence on Jan 6th and the assault on America's democratic values, endorsing 'pro-Israel' candidates who align with insurrectionists and white supremacists?

Halie Soifer
Halie Soifer
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Halie Soifer
Halie Soifer

In early March, the newly-created American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) political action committee (PAC) announced political endorsements, the first time it had explicitly backed candidates in its 70-year history.



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