The AIPAC Policy Conference is the largest annual gathering of America’s pro-Israel community. It takes place between March 24-26 in Washington, D.C., and is filled with opportunities to learn more about the U.S.-Israel relationship and to engage with more than 18,000 pro-Israel activists from all over the nation.
The AIPAC Policy Conference features General Sessions with American, Israeli, and world leaders, hundreds of breakouts with leading experts, and the AIPAC Village which is the central gathering place where delegates and speakers can interact, view special exhibits, and catch up with friends. On the final day of the conference, delegates travel to Capitol Hill to lobby members of Congress face to face.
To learn more about this year’s AIPAC Policy Conference, please visit www.AIPACPolicyConference.org or contact the AIPAC Policy Conference Hotline at (202) 639-5363 or email@example.com.
Dr. Gil Troy is without question, one of the most important and influential thinkers in the contemporary Jewish world. He is an expert on Israel and the American Jewish community’s relationship to Israel.
His talks at the AIPAC Policy Conference attract hundreds each year, and his lectures in synagogues and Jewish community centers are always well received.
Dr. Troy will be speaking at Merrick Jewish Centre on March 14th. His topic will be “70 Years of Statehood: Reviving the Zionist Vision.”
This is a unique opportunity to hear a renowned lecturer whose thoughts have moved the needle of Jewish life here in America and internationally.
Merrick Jewish Centre is located at 225 Fox Blvd, Merrick, NY. For questions, call (516) 379-8650
The annual American-Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Policy Conference begins this Sunday in Washington D.C..
The mission of AIPAC is to strengthen, protect and promote the U.S.-Israel relationship in ways that enhance the security of the United States and Israel.
There is an exciting roster of speakers scheduled to appear. For those unable to attend the Policy Conference you can Live Stream it by clicking here.
At the age of thirteen, Manny Dahari escaped from his home country of Yemen, seeking refuge in the United States. Manny is currently a marketing and political science major at Yeshiva University, and is passionate about sharing both his personal experience as a Yemenite refugee, and the story of the Jewish communities of the Middle East and North Africa.
Hosted by Central Synagogue – Beth Emeth, 430 DeMott Ave., Rockville Centre.
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Last Friday, an imam in Texas called on Muslims to “kill all the Jews.”
Have you heard about this? Of course not. But why not? Isn’t it newsworthy that U.S.-based Muslim leaders explicitly preach terrorism against Jews? Doesn’t that deserve attention? Of course it does.
So why is no one is covering it?
Sheikh Raed Saleh Al-Rousan, the founder of the Tajweed Institute’s Houston branch, first proclaimed that the Jews “killed the Prophets and the Messengers of Allah,” and then quoted from a Quranic hadith calling for the murder of all Jews. He then encouraged Muslims to kill Jews in Israel, saying “The hour (Judgment Day) will not start until Muslims fight the Jews there, in Palestine.”
You can listen to this hate-filled screed here:
And, the same day, Imam Aymen Elkasaby, of the Islamic Center of Jersey City in New Jersey, denounced Jews as “apes and pigs” and prayed for “Allah [to] Count them [Jews] one by one, and kill them down to the very last one. Do not leave a single one on the face of the Earth.” Excerpts of the transcript of this sermon can be found here.
Why have American Islamic groups failed to condemn this hate speech? And why have the media been silent?