Journalist Asks: Is AIPAC for Liberals Only?Journalist David Bedein says nationalists are nowhere to be seen at the AIPAC conference, leaving a stage for the left.
Maryland Rabbi: AIPAC Brings Jews and Non-Jews TogetherRabbi Benamou of the Jewish Rockville Outreach Center: AIPAC's beauty is that it brings Jews and non-Jews together to work on common goals.
Netanyahu: I Won't Allow Iran to Have a Nuclear WeaponNetanyahu at the AIPAC Conference: We won't allow Iran to have a nuclear weapon. Israel must always be allowed to defend itself.
AIPAC Conf. Participant: I Hope Obama Fulfills His PromisesA participant at the AIPAC Conference: I'm concerned most of what Obama said had to do with the election. I hope he fulfills what he said.
Vice PM Shalom: Obama's Speech a Defining MomentVice Prime Minister Silvan Shalom: President Obama's speech to AIPAC was a defining moment after the turbulent time period with Netanyahu.
Economic Envoy: Israel's Success is Based on its EmployeesEli Groner, Israel’s Economic Envoy in Washington, at AIPAC: Israel has created a culture of innovation and entrepreneurialism.
Naftali Bennett on Obama's Speech: Need Action, not WordsNetanyahu's former chief of staff, Naftali Bennett: We need paralyzing sanctions against Iran, right now.
Obama Opposes Containment, Still Prefers DiplomacyAnalysis: At AIPAC, Obama defended his administration's position on Israel and sought to make sense of his administration's policy on Iran.
AIPAC Delegates: "We're Here to Support Israel"Over 13,000 delegates attend AIPAC policy conference. The ones who spoke to Arutz Sheva seem optimistic.
Obama on Iran: Speak Softly and Carry a Big StickUS President attempts to reassure AIPAC audience that he means to prevent Iran from gaining a nuclear weapon.
Peres: If Forced to Fight, We Shall PrevailPresident in AIPAC speech: There is no space between Israel and US. Containment is not a sustainable policy.