IfNotAIPAC, what should we protest?

IfNotAIPAC, what should we protest?

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IfNotNow is helping lead the Resistance to Trump AND Bibi.  They are amazing.  Now, we're going to DC to confront AIPAC face-to-face.

Who is AIPAC?  They're the American Israeli Political Action Committee.  If you haven't heard of them, they're the tip of the spear of radical conservative support for Israel, including the Occupation, the apartheid state, and basically anything Bibi Netanyahu wants.  They completely suck.  They shame liberal Jews as "self-hating."  In the 80s, they even stole US nuclear secrets and gave them to Israel.  These are not good people.

You probably saw three members of IfNotNow blowing a shofar at the confirmation hearing for David Friedman.  Or maybe you saw the #NotAllFriedmans campaign.  Or maybe you've seen increasing coverage in the Jewish press.

If AIPAC is the problem, IfNotNow is the solution.  A media-savvy, Jewish-tradition-oriented, youth-led, highly effective movement.  A group that's leading American Jewry back to moral legitimacy.

And we're fucking up AIPAC's shit.  This is going to be magnificent.

Please donate what you can!!!  We're raising $25,000 in 25 days to get hundreds of resistors to massively disrupt the proceedings.

My share for fundraising: $360.

Your share: $18, $36, $54, $72 or, hey, $180, depending on your capacity!

<3 y'all,

- Josh

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