Did you read all of TC Jewfolk’s AIPAC Coverage?
From March 21 – 23, TC Jewfolk’s writers Leora Maccabee and Jenna Mitelman buzzed around the AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington, DC writing a dozen articles on the conference’s major issues and speakers, and interviewing Minnesota’s legislators and the AIPAC attendees.
Please add your thoughts to the comments in these posts. If we add additional commentary about the conference after the fact, we’ll make sure to update this list. Click here to watch the major AIPAC Policy Conference speeches online.
TC Jewfolk’s AIPAC Coverage:
Welcome to AIPAC Policy Conference
First Report from AIPAC: “Are We There Yet?”
“An Inside Look at the AIPAC Conference” on MinnPost.com
Coleman Stumps for Pawlenty at AIPAC
Michele Bachmann on her love for Israel and considering herself Jewish
Minnesotans React to Clinton’s AIPAC Speech
Is Anti-Zionism Anti-Semitism? At AIPAC, It Is.
J Street at AIPAC – huh? (Plus a video interview)
A Few Words with AIPAC’s Student Delegation (including one from the U of M)
Once, a Lost Ethiopian Boy . . . Now an Israeli Political Leader
Notes, Quotes and Musings: AIPAC’s New President Speaks
Quotes from Congress at AIPAC – You Can’t Get This Anywhere Else!
Several of TC Jewfolk’s video interviews from AIPAC are included in the posts above, but you’d be remiss not to check out TC Jewfolk Youtube page, which features additional interviews with AIPAC attendees from Minnesota and elsewhere, and a protester at the conference.
Masha–The Kibutz (Be’eri) is only 3 miles from the Gaza strip. Summer 1974 was 7-8 months after the 1973 Yom Kippur war. The grave concern about security makes perfect sense. Sorry, but you will need a better argument to questions Congresswoman Bachmann’s credibility.