AIPAC

Egypt coup regime hires Israel-linked Washington lobby firm

Arik Ben-Zvi, managing director of the firm hired by Egypt, served in the Israeli army. The lobby shop was founded by senior members of the Democratic Party.

J Street head favors Syria assault, but group's board deeply divided

J Street executive director Jeremy Ben-Ami wanted his organization to endorse a U.S. attack on Syria
Crisis highlights a major rift in the liberal anti-Palestinian advocacy group.

The hardcore Christian Zionism of Israel's favorite British colonel

Retired army colonel Richard Kemp recently gave speech to Christians United For Israel, and claimed to have spoken to the dead.

Why does US government let Israel discriminate against Americans?

Mike Coogan
29 August 2013

New laws would mean that Israel is held to different standards than other nations in the Visa Waiver Program.

EU enterprise chief seeks stronger ties with Israel's war industry

Antonio Tajani behaves as Israel’s best pal in the Brussels hierarchy.

Anti-Palestinian groups' advice to campus activists raises serious ethical, legal concerns

An anti-Palestinian organization’s advice to “contribute financially” to the “endeavors” of student senators continues a pattern of questionable guidance provided to campus activists

Podcast: Student activists on divestment victory at UC Riverside

Student organizers at a California university talk about the strategies they used to get a divestment resolution passed in the student government.

During AIPAC conference, activists launch ad campaign to end $30 billion aid package to Israel

Advertising campaigns in the Washington DC area highlight the Israel lobby’s financial and political support of Israel’s human rights violations.

Video: Activists crash private AIPAC fundraiser in San Francisco

The powerful Israel lobby group AIPAC has increasingly become a target of Palestine solidarity protests.

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