Watch live: Netanyahu addresses AIPAC

AIPAC conference features world leaders discussing issues affecting Israel's security; Iran's nuclear program tops agenda.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 6, 2012 04:57
Netanyahu on the sceen at AIPAC

Netanyahu on the screen at AIPAC_311. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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The second day of AIPAC annual Policy Conference continues with a speech by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.

Government sources have said that Netanyahu will "break new ground" in his speech, which is expected to address both Iran's nuclear program and the stymied diplomatic process with the Palestinians.

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While Iran is expected to top the agenda at the conference, other issues to be discussed are the peace process, Israel's security strategy and US-Israeli relations.

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To learn more about AIPAC—America’s pro-Israel lobby—or register for next year’s Policy Conference, please visit www.aipac.org.

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