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Beware of counting your "no" votes on the Nuclear Iran Deal until they are actually cast.
A delegation of House Democrats met Wednesday with President Reuven Rivlin in Jerusalem.
AIPAC, Take 2: Tell Congress to stop this Iran agreement.
Guess which ally helps the other, lets it take credit and then gets spat on?
AIPAC opposes amendments to the Iran Nuclear Agreement Act, to ensure bipartisan support and passage of the bill.
The House of Representatives almost unanimously approved a bill that would enhance U.S. security cooperation with Israel. The U.S.-Israel Strategic Partnership Act, introduced last year...
Netanyahu called for enhanced sanctions on Iran, despite Obama's objection.
The bill (by Senator Robert Menendez, along with 58 co-sponsors) has been accurately described by multiple media sources.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told AIPAC’s annual policy conference that he would always oppose boycotts targeting Israel. “I will continue to staunchly, loudly...
The conference opening Sunday follows a period of tension between the lobby and the Obama administration over Iran.
Undersecretary of State Wendy Sherman said “The objective here is to ensure that Iran cannot obtain a nuclear weapon."
Obama administration officials briefed Jewish and Arab-American student leaders on the peace process. Among the participants in Thursday’s three-hour White House briefing were students affiliated...
Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen is leading the charge on reversing the harm caused by Obama/Kerry to U.S.-Israel relations.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee said an article describing differences between the group and U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz was “inaccurate.” “I wanted to...
The U.S. government is asking pro-Israel activists to reduce their public support for more sanctions on Iran just prior to another round of discussions...
AIPAC joined Israel’s government and some congressional leaders in calling on the Obama administration to intensify sanctions should Iran continue its uranium enrichment during...
The U.S. president may be unwilling to repeat a major failure of his first term, when he practically demanded there be progress on the "peace process," but, when met with the reality of the situation, had to chalk up that goal as a failed one.
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