TIMES OF ISRAEL
The Lies Told about AIPAC
by Uri Pilichowski
February 19, 2020
“We know what happens to people who stay in the middle of the road. They get run over.” The well known words of American writer Ambrose Bierce seem to echo in the ears of AIPAC members like myself as we defend the organization we believe in and love. While the American political world moves to its extremes, AIPAC plays the bipartisan middle ground to ensure a strong U.S.-Israel relationship. Stuck in the middle, AIPAC gets run over by the left and the right…I’ve been reviewing op-eds and social media posts that have been disparaging AIPAC recently and found they accuse the organization of being Islamophobic and inciting hatred against Palestinians. There has never been anything AIPAC has ever done or said that is anti-Islam. READ MORE
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