Six young Jews were arrested Tuesday night at AIPAC’s Boston office after they chained themselves to a Seder table in protest of the organization’s support of Israel.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee opposes further sanctions relief for Iran, citing its ballistic missile tests and its continued backing for sides fighting in the region.
The recent revelation that New York Observer editor Ken Kurson helped Donald Trump with his AIPAC speech has led to a new policy on covering the presidential hopeful.
Mexican-American Jew Lina Morales wonders if the Jewish community has decided to make its peace with white supremacy.
Like the National Rifle Association, AIPAC was once a bipartisan lobby for credible positions — but it’s becoming fiercely partisan and toxic to anyone not in its extremist camp, Sam Freedman writes.
American rabbis must make sure that the risk-taking we saw at AIPAC was not a one-off but the beginning of a trend, Mike Rothbaum writes.
A conservative minority of the Jewish community is setting the tone at AIPAC, while the liberal majority drifts away. Worst of all, the two groups can barely talk to each other, J.J. Goldberg writes.
“I love the people in this room. I love Israel. I love Israel,” Donald Trump told a convention of pro-Israel lobbyists in Washington this week. But the feeling still isn’t quite mutual. At least not yet.
In an emotional apology, the AIPAC leadership expressed regret to President Barack Obama for an attack on him from its stage by Donald Trump, and for the loud applause it earned.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump on Monday vowed an unbreakable U.S. alliance with Israel if he is elected president in November, seeking to clear up confusion over his repeated pledges to remain neutral in any peace negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians.