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==Obama appointment==
 
==Obama appointment==
 
   
 
   
In  May  2009  Andrew Shapiro      was nominated<ref> http://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing_room/nominations_and_appointments/</ref>by the Obama administration for the position of  Assistant Secretary for Political Military Affairs        in the [[DOS]]        and confirmed in  June      2009.
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In  May  2009  Andrew Shapiro      was nominated<ref>[http://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing_room/nominations_and_appointments/ Nominations and appointments]</ref>by the Obama administration for the position of  Assistant Secretary for Political Military Affairs        in the [[DOS]]        and confirmed in  June      2009.
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==DSA-JSC in Solidarity with Ilhan Omar==
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[[Jewish Solidarity Caucus]] 2019, Feb 14 2019.
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:''As Jews on the left, we are in solidarity with Representative [[Ilhan Omar]] and her statements regarding the [[American Israel Public Affairs Committee]]’s ([[AIPAC]]) influence over US lawmakers and foreign policy.''
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Signatories of the letter included '''{{PAGENAME}}'''.
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[[Category:Jewish Solidarity Caucus]]
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[[Category:Democratic Socialists of America]]
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==References==
 
==References==
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[[Category: Obama Administration Nominations and Appointments]]
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[[Category: Obama Administration]]

Latest revision as of 02:47, 23 February 2019

Andrew Shapiro

Obama appointment

In May 2009 Andrew Shapiro was nominated[1]by the Obama administration for the position of Assistant Secretary for Political Military Affairs in the DOS and confirmed in June 2009.

DSA-JSC in Solidarity with Ilhan Omar

Jewish Solidarity Caucus 2019, Feb 14 2019.

As Jews on the left, we are in solidarity with Representative Ilhan Omar and her statements regarding the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s (AIPAC) influence over US lawmakers and foreign policy.

Signatories of the letter included Andrew Shapiro.

References