AIPAC's on the record statements on important issues.
June 24, 2010
AIPAC Applauds Major Iran Sanctions Legislation
June 23, 2010
AIPAC Applauds Overwhelming Senate Support for Israel
June 21, 2010
AIPAC Applauds Finished Iran Bill
June 17, 2010
AIPAC Supports Increased U.S. and E.U. Sanctions on Iran
June 14, 2010
AIPAC Commends Israel's Decision, U.S. Support for Israeli Commission
June 09, 2010
May 25, 2010
AIPAC Applauds Congressional Deadline for Passage of Iran Sanctions
May 18, 2010
AIPAC Applauds Move Toward New UNSC Resolution
May 13, 2010
AIPAC Applauds NEW Security Aid to Israel
May 10, 2010
AIPAC Applauds Israel's Membership in the OECD
April 14, 2010
Coming immediately on the heels of the historic nuclear summit where the entire international community made clear there is no task facing humanity more urgent than preventing a nuclear Iran, the United States Congress has united in a historic bipartisan show of urgency to send one message to President Obama: Now is the time for America to work with our allies to enforce crippling sanctions on Iran.
April 13, 2010
Over three-quarters of the United States Senate has come together to sign a bipartisan letter to the Obama administration underscoring the importance of the U.S.-Israel relationship, and laying out the bedrock support that exists in the United States Congress for the U.S.-Israel alliance.
The Senate letter, signed by 77 Senators, follows immediately on the heels of a similar House letter, signed by more than three-quarters of the House of Representatives in less than 72 hours. The House letter was sent to the Secretary of State with 333 signatures.
March 27, 2010
AIPAC Applauds Overwhelming
Bipartisan House Letter
Three Days, Three-Quarters of the House to
Obama Administration: Stand with our ally Israel
March 14, 2010
AIPAC CALLS RECENT STATEMENTS BY THE U.S. GOVERNMENT "A MATTER OF SERIOUS CONCERN" URGES OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO WORK TO IMMEDIATELY DEFUSE THE TENSION WITH ISRAEL
March 08, 2010
AIPAC welcomes the renewal of peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, provided that these proximity talks lead rapidly and without precondition to direct, bilateral negotiations between the parties, and we share the administration's goal for these talks to serve as a means to that end.