Their strategic plan is to conquest as much MidEast territory as possible through the use of proxy jihadist militias to seize and control oil reserves, ports and grow its Islamic Shia caliphate. This is no secret; since the fall of Iran’s Shah in 1979, the radical Shia caliphate and its IRGC have been funneling billions of dollars to Islamic jihad militias such as Hezbollah and Hamas. They support all forms of Palestinian Islamic jihad in the mission to destroy Israel in its entirety with no tolerance for negotiating a two-state solution.
The annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) policy conference in Washington, D.C. at the end of March saw record numbers in attendance this year. The 18,000 plus who attended the conference represented a demographic of Jews and non-Jews who are concerned about Israel’s national security threats and support a strong U.S.-Israel alliance.
AIPAC was formed a few years after the Arab-Israeli 1967 Six Day War. It falls under IRS code 501(c)(4) categorizing it as a social welfare/civil action organization. There are over 86,000 such registered organizations in our country. AIPAC has always been nonpartisan and its written mission is “to strengthen, protect and promote the U.S.-Israel relationship in ways that enhance the security of the United States and Israel.” This is largely done through educating members of Congress on Israel’s latest security challenges, and its socio-economic developments to inspire US legislation that ensures Israel remains equipped to defend herself against a litany of enemies and that the United States and Israel both gain great security, technological, health, environmental and scientific benefits from their alliance. Fortunately, our Congress has remained very dedicated to this alliance. The legislation that has been passed or is currently underway does the following: 1) helps keep Israel’s qualitative military edge so that she can defend herself, 2) furthers the strategic collaborations between the two countries in the areas of environmental conservation (namely water), healthcare, technology and science, 3) condemns anti-Semitism in all its forms – including calling out such rhetoric in the US Congress.
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