AIPAC Zombies Lobby US For Israel

According to the website of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee:

More than 400 pro-Israel campus activists gathered in Washington, D.C., for AIPAC’s Saban Leadership Seminar. The Seminar prepares American college and high-school students to advocate for a strong U.S.-Israel relationship.

This winter’s four-day conference introduced a new program format, designed to provide students with opportunities to customize their training and to engage with experts in smaller group settings. Students who participated in the conference heard from opinion leaders and political analysts who discussed current and compelling topics on the U.S.-Israel alliance.  Representing over 150 American campuses, the participants will use their AIPAC training to build lasting relationships with young leaders and policymakers across the country.

Newspapers and websites across the country have published more than a dozen opinion articles written by AIPAC-trained student activists. The articles focus on the strategic advantages of America’s partnership with Israel, highlighting Israeli contributions to American military preparedness, counter-terrorism strategies and key technological advancements. The opinion pieces have appeared in major student publications at the University of Michigan, the University of California-Berkeley, the University of Florida, Washington University in St. Louis and several other American colleges and universities.

Throughout the fall semester, AIPAC campus activists have engaged student leaders and political officials to emphasize the value of the U.S.-Israel alliance. Using a variety of outlets and platforms, these students will continue to demonstrate that the state of Israel remains an indispensable ally and tremendous asset to the United States.

2011-02-06, via AIPAC


One Comment to “AIPAC Zombies Lobby US For Israel”

  1. thanks

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