America and Israel: Promoting our Shared Values in a Time of Transition
AIPAC and Temple Beth Sholom cordially invite you for a discussion on the importance of the U.S. – Israel relationship: FEATURING Jason Youdeem, AIPAC Orange County & Long Beach Assistant Area Director
Friday, January 10th, 2014
Services 6:30 p.m.
Discussion 8:00 p.m.
About Jason Youdeem
Jason Youdeem is the Orange County Assistant Area Director for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. In his current role Jason organizes the political and grassroots efforts of the local pro- Israel community. His portfolio includes increasing community engagement in the political process, fundraising, recruiting and training AIPAC activists, and conducting briefings on U.S. foreign policy and the Middle East.
Prior to his career at AIPAC, Jason worked for Relief International, a humanitarian NGO based out of Los Angeles. Jason is a graduate of the University of California Los Angeles, where he focused on Globalization and Political Science.
PLEASE CONTACT THE TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM OFFICE AT (714) 628-4600 WITH ANY QUESTIONS
For more than half a century, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee has worked to help make Israel more secure by ensuring that American support remains strong. From a small pro-Israel public affairs boutique in the 1950s, AIPAC has grown into a 100,000-member national grassroots movement described by The New York Times as “the most important organization affect- ing America’s relationship with Israel.”
Political advocacy is one of the most effective ways in which AIPAC works to accomplish its mission. Each year, AIPAC is involved in more than 100 legislative and policy initiatives involving Middle East policy or aimed at broadening and deepening the U.S.-Israel bond.
AIPAC works to secure vital U.S. foreign aid for Israel to help ensure Israel remains strong and secure. AIPAC is working to promote strategic cooperation between the two nations, to develop sound U.S. anti-terrorist poli- cies, to share homeland security techniques and tech- nologies, and to stop rogue nations such as Iran from acquiring weapons of mass destruction.
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