Q. What is the National Action
the nationís largest pro-Israel political action committee of
approximately 50 such committees nationally. Political action committees
are entities first established by Congress in the early 1970s to enable
like-minded individuals to associate and pool their small contributions to
political candidates who share their views. NACPAC is
allowed to contribute, in some cases, as much as $15,000 to a political
candidate who believes, as NACPAC and its members believe, that a
strong US-Israel alliance is good for . . . America!
NACPAC was founded in 1980 and is based in South
Florida. NACPAC raises funds
from annual membership dues, which are pooled with other members' dues
to enable large, meaningful "impact" contributions to our pro-Israel
Q. Who does NACPAC support?
Members of Congress, or
their challengers, who support a strong US-Israel alliance and the pro-Israel
agenda. NACPAC does not involve itself in
state or local campaigns since their concerns rarely, if ever, impact on Israel or
the US-Israel strategic partnership. NACPAC is completely bi-partisan and does
not take positions relative to Israelís internal affairs. Click here
see a list of Congressional recipients of NACPAC contributions from the last three
federal election cycles.
Q. What is the
A. The pro-Israel
- Support for annual military and economic foreign
- Support for Jerusalem as Israel's undivided eternal
capital and the American embassy being located in
- Opposition to the sale or transfer of advanced
weaponry lethal to Israel's continued survival whether such transfers
are directly to Israel's enemies or indirectly to states that would
transfer same to Israel's enemies.
- Support for development, including joint
development, of advanced military systems including the Arrow
anti-tactical ballistic missile, Mobile Tactical High Energy
Laser (THEL), Listening Targeting Pod and Bradley (tank)
reactive armor tiles.
- Opposition to the proliferation of weapons of mass
- Support for the war on
Q. How does America benefit from
- Strategic cooperation between the United
States and Israel, including the prepositioning of American weaponry in
- Basing rights for Americaís fleets and
advanced repair facilities.
- Information-sharing opportunities.
- Supporting the only democracy in the Middle
East and the furthering of democratic institutions in the region.
- Testing of new and experimental American
weapons in combat conditions.
Q. Who are NACPAC's
number in the 100s in over thirty (30) states including Washington, D.C.
Click here to see a list
of all NACPAC Members.
include Jewish Americans, Christian Americans, teenagers, retirees,
professionals, men and women from all walks of life. If you have not
done so, please