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    1. How AIPAC is betraying Israel

      New York PostJul 11 05:23 PM

      It turns out the fearsome American Israel Public Affairs Committee is a paper tiger — and one that will throw Israel under the bus for its pals in the Democratic Party. AIPAC has long enjoyed a reputation as an all-powerful lobby whose wrath you don’t want to provoke if you’re running for public office. Academics...

    2. AIPAC never spelled the threat out. But Congress got the message last summer. Politicians had to decide whether they would vote yay or nay on President Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran, which lifted economic sanctions in exchange for reductions to the country’s nuclear program.

    3. It’s tempting to think of Donald Trump as an anomaly. But he’s the result of a decades-long effort to flip the Jewish vote, Samuel Freedman writes.

    4. The Republican Party’s platform committee unanimously agreed to language on Israel that omits references to a two-state solution — a change that came with little resistance from AIPAC.

    5. For Israel, would a Hillary Clinton administration continue the tone set by Barack Obama? Or would she be a much warmer and closer friend to the Jewish state? It depends who and what you want to listen to at this Democratic convention

    6. As Donald Trump continues to stumble with addressing the concerns of potential Jewish donors, his potential vice presidential pick may ease their worries.

    7. The man who planned Donald Trump’s ill-fated Chicago rally predicted the presumptive Republican presidential nominee will be back in Illinois leading up to the November election.

    8. By Ron Kampeas WASHINGTON (JTA) – They’re elusive, but show up in the right place at the right time — and you might find one! No, we’re not talking about the latest iteration of Pokémon Go. This is about tracking prominent Jewish GOPers and Jewish organizational representatives attending the Republican National Convention next week in Cleveland. They’ll be barely visible, [&hellip The post ...

    9. They’re elusive, but show up in the right place at the right time and you might find one! They’ll be barely visible, and the reason has everything to do with the presumptive nominee, Donald Trump.

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