As I mentioned last night, JTA’s reporting and video team is on the ground at the AIPAC policy conference. One of the most important weeks in American-Israeli relations has commenced — the speeches, the private conferences, the hallway chatter, and the reaction from the attendees and the pundits could shape U.S.-Israel relations, the Middle East peace process and the fight to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons for years to come.
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