AIPAC pleased with move to advance Iran sanctions legislation

AIPAC pleased with move

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 29, 2009 22:38

 
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AIPAC on Thursday applauded the US Senate Banking Committee for "taking decisive action today to advance comprehensive Iran sanctions legislation." In a statement, the pro-Israel lobby said that during the 2008 presidential campaign, then-Senator Barack Obama backed such a move, when he said "If we can prevent them from importing the gasoline that they need ... that starts changing their cost-benefit analysis. That starts putting the squeeze on them."

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