AIPAC


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AIPACAmerican Israel Public Affairs Committee
AIPACAdvanced Information Processing in Automatic Control (International Federation of Automatic Control; symposium)
AIPACAdvanced Interconnection Technology for Electronics for Portugal (ESPRIT project 7502)
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Greenwald contends that Tanden's efforts "to suppress Israel-reporting began well before the pressure on them" by Aipac was launched.
From our perspective, this is one of the most significant mobilization efforts in our organization's history," an AIPAC official told CNN.
Several of the letter's signatories (I will not compound their distress by identifying them) were reprimanded by wealthy donors and board members who made clear that criticism of AIPAC will not be tolerated.
There was no mention of all these setbacks at the AIPAC meeting.
At the AIPAC Conference, a national event, no interpreters were provided at all.
AIPAC lobbied against the deal and helped write a resolution to sink it.
AIPAC urges Congress to grant the President the authority he has requested to protect America's national security interests and dissuade the Syrian regime's further use of unconventional weapons," AIPAC spokesman Marshall Wittman told The Media Line.
It quoted one unidentified administration official who described Aipac as "the 800-pound gorilla in the room".
Summary: Jerusalem: While AIPAC donors know their pro-Israel group was powerless to stop Chuck Hagel's Pentagon .
The ad campaign coincides with the annual AIPAC policy conference and "is designed to challenge the lobbying group's influence on US foreign policy in the Middle East," said the statement.
Most members of Congress, definitely including Lindsay Graham, and indeed most presidents in my memory, have been keenly aware of the power of groups like AIPAC, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.