If yarmulke sales are any indication of voter attitudes, Donald Trump was the clear winner at AIPAC on Monday night.
Donald Trump vowed that as president he would move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and scrap the Iran nuclear deal in a speech at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference on Monday.
Hillary Clinton took aim at Donald Trump’s foreign policy positions in a speech to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee on Monday.
“Do not negotiate! We must keep fighting!” declared Abbas Hamideh, co-founder of Al-Awda, The Palestine Right to Return Coalition, to the few hundred pro-Palestinian activists gathered before him in front of the White House on Sunday.
When Rep. Peter Roskam, the staunchly pro-Israel Republican from Illinois, was preparing to introduce a motion to delay the Iran deal vote earlier this month, there was one group that he did not call—the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.
A non-profit political organization linked to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) will spend nearly $5 million dollars running advertisements in at least 32 different cities opposing a recently inked nuclear accord with Iran, according to sources tracking the media buy.
A leading pro-Israel lawmaker is pushing back against lobbying efforts by anti-Israel activists to derail a piece of legislation that would work to prevent U.S. trade partners from supporting economic boycotts of Israel.