Friday, September 15, 2006
AIPAC Employees of the Month
Introduction: Ranking the presidential candidates
"The Israel Factor: Ranking the presidential candidates" is a new project on Rosner's Domain that rates potential presidential contenders in the 2008 race for the White House based on their attitudes toward Israel.
The former New York mayor returned a $10 million donation from a Saudi prince after 9/11 following his comments on Israel.
The former Speaker of the House says Syria, Iran, Hezbollah, Hamas is an alliance that cannot be dealt with in isolation.
The Arizona Senator believes America must give Israel whatever equipment and technology it needs for defense.
The Senator for New York and former First Lady supports moving the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
The former Vice President attended the celebrations in Jerusalem to mark the State of Israel's 50th anniversary.
The Governor of New York State says there has been a clear pattern of Israeli concession followed by Palestinian terror.
The Kansas Senator believes Israel has the right to self-defend and to 'aggressively seek' Shalit's release.
The Governor of New Mexcio maintains that the American commitment to the security of Israel is not negotiable.
The Secretary of State has called on Israel to help create the conditions for a Palestinian state to emerge.
The Senator for Indiana called for economic sanctions to deter Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
The Senator for Delaware said Israel cannot be expected to negotiate with a party that calls for its destruction.
The Senator for Connecticut addressed AIPAC in March 2006 on a nuclear Iran and the Hamas government.
Tennessee's Senator says Israel clearly has the right to defend itself and calls for continued U.S. support for Israel.
The former Virginia Governor backs unilateral Israeli moves, as Hamas is not currently a suitable partner.
The former senator for North Carolina has said that Iran is an enormous threat to Israel and to the Israeli people.
The Wisconsin Senator sponsored an act calling for the American embassy to be moved from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Senator for Virginia made a bipartisan call with Senator Lieberman for the EU to add Hezbollah to its terror group list.
The Governor for Massachussetts delayed a trip to Israel earlier this year to focus on his legislative agenda.
The retired four-star army general called Hezbollah 'the reach of Iran toward a Mediterranean beach head.'
The 2004 presidential candidate has called Hamas a 'brutal organization' that refuses to take part in a peaceful process.
In May 2006, the Iowa Governor participated in a week-long visit to Israel, organized by AIPAC, to meet Israeli leaders.
The Governor of Arkansas has made nine visits to Israel, including a trip to the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum.
The Senator for Nebraska believes that resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is central to Middle East peace.
The Senator for Illinois made his first visit to Israel in January 2006, where he visited the north and toured the fence.
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