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Posted: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 10:05 am

These are good times for the pro-Israel community. In the White House sits a U.S. president who is fulfilling his promises to the Jewish state, and has reversed decades of policy by proclaiming Jerusalem the capital of Israel and announcing that the U.S. embassy will move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in a few months. It appears that the rancor of previous years — or of every year since Israel’s independence in 1948 — is gone.

So when thousands in the pro-Israel community gather in Washington from March 4 to 6 for the AIPAC Policy Conference, there will be a lot to celebrate. Israel’s security relationship with its Arab neighbors is growing stronger, while the Iran nuclear deal continues to hold. The latter allows Israel use of its conventional superiority to contend with threats from Iran, Syria and Hezbollah without the threat of nuclear annihilation.

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