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November 18, 1988 - Image 4

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-18

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Our 30th Anniversary of Omega Dealership

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Many items shown for the
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1988

Washington (JTA) — The
American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee defended
itself Tuesday from claims
that it has been directing pro-
Israel political action commit-
tees to contribute funds to
candidates for the U.S.
Senate.
The Washington Post
published a memorandum
Monday, dated Sept. 30, 1986,
in which Elizabeth Schrayer,
then AIPAC's deputy political
director, said nine pro-Israel
PACs had not contributed to
certain candidates.
They were listed as
Christopher Bond in Missouri
and W Henson Moore in
Louisiana, both Republicans,
and John Evans in Idaho,
Thomas Daschle in South
Dakota and Harry Reid in
Nevada, all Democrats. All
but Moore were elected to the
Senate.
AIPAC is the registered
American lobby in support of
Israel and is not a political ac-
tion committee. AIPAC of-
ficials emphasize that
although they could legally
endorse candidates, their
policy is not to do so. Instead,
they provide information on a
candidate's record and
positions.
"We will not be drawn into
a fiesta of speculation based
on isolated and anecdotal
material stolen from our
files," AIPAC said in a state-
ment responding to the
Washington Post story.
"AIPAC is a membership
organization and exercises a
constitutional and legal right
to participate in the
democratic process. It has
operated entirely within the
letter and spirit of the law
and will continue to do so."
AIPAC has some 50,000
members across the country
and some of them head PACs.
Thomas Dine, AIPAC's ex-
ecutive director, has long urg-
ed American Jews to par-
ticipate in the political
process.
A similar charge was made
last month against AIPAC by
the CBS-TV program, "60
Minutes?'
The program accused
AIPAC of directing pro-Israel
PACs to support Richard
Licht, the Democratic can-
didate in Rhode Island, who
was running against Sen.
John Chafee. Licht, a Jew,
was heavily supported by pro-
Israel PACs, but was defeated
by Chafee.
At the time AIPAC denied
it directs PACs, although it
provides them with informa-
tion on candidates.

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