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  • As the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action moves forward, AIPAC is working with Democrats and Republicans in Congress to monitor Iran’s compliance with the deal and ensure Iran cannot develop nuclear weapons.
  • AIPAC empowers pro-Israel activists across all ages, religions and races to be politically engaged and build relationships with members of Congress from both sides of the aisle to promote the U.S.-Israel relationship.
  • AIPAC's comprehensive news feed is updated daily with articles, memos and feature stories.
  • The AIPAC Policy Conference is the largest gathering of the pro-Israel movement. Thousands from all 50 states come to participate in "three of the most important days affecting Israel's future."
  • Size and Foreign aid

    Video: Israel's Size and
    American Foreign Aid
    AIPAC works with Democrats and Republicans in Congress to ensure Israel receives vital security assistance each year.
  • AIPAC Hot Topic - Palestinian Incitement & Violence

    AIPAC Hot Topic: Palestinian Incitement & Violence
    In recent weeks, Palestinian terrorists have launched a wave of deadly attacks on Israeli citizens. Inflammatory and inaccurate statements by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and other Palestinian leaders about Israel and the Temple Mount are fueling this violence.

  • In September 2015, Congress opposed the profoundly flawed Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action by bipartisan majorities in both houses. Nonetheless, the nuclear deal with Iran will be implemented and the United States must now maintain constant vigilance to ensure Iranian compliance.
  • In response to the recent wave of Palestinian terrorist attacks targeting Israelis, members of Congress from both parties are speaking out in support of the Jewish state and calling on the Palestinian leadership to stop inciting violence and to act to prevent terrorism.
  • Hezbollah, an Iranian-backed terrorist group, poses a direct threat to American and Israeli security. The United States should fully enforce sanctions on Hezbollah and expands sanctions targeting the terrorist group.
  • Urge Congress to pass the U.S.-Israel Trade Enhancement Act of 2015 to combat the rising tide of international boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israel.
  • On Feb. 2, President Obama submitted his budget for fiscal year 2016, including $3.1 billion in security assistance for Israel. During a time of tremendous turmoil in the Middle East, American aid is a vital to ensure that the Jewish state maintains its qualitative military edge over its adversaries. Congress should continue to support crucial security assistance to Israel.