What is the AIPAC and what does it stand for ?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    American Israel Public Affairs Committee

    It is a political action committee that lobbies the US government for support and aid for Israel.

    From wiki:

    AIPAC's stated purpose is to lobby the Congress of the United States on issues and legislation including:

    -Pressuring the Palestinian Authority to adhere to its commitments to fight terrorism and incitement against Israel.

    -Strengthening the bond between Washington and Jerusalem through shared intelligence and foreign military and economic aid (totaling $2.52 billion in 2006).

    -Condemning the actions of Iran for pursuing nuclear status and questioning the Holocaust, and levying financial restrictions in order to hinder its nuclear development.

    -Additional actions against countries and groups hostile towards Israel.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    American Israeli Political Action Committee.

    It's a hard right pro-Zionist pro-Israeli political action committee that EVERY politician must bow down to or be called an anti-Semite.

    This group has assisted Israeli spies on gathering top secret AMERICAN intel and leaking it to the Mossad (Israeli secret police).

    They push (dictate) US foreign policy in the Middle east. Very dangerous group.

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  • 1 decade ago

    John_sto (above) is correct......It is the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. Here is a link about it:


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