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Challenging U.S. Policy

The United States supports Israeli occupation and apartheid through military aid, diplomatic backing at the U.N., and resolutions in Congress. The US Campaign works to change U.S. policy toward Israel and the Palestinians to support human rights, international law, and equality.


Military Aid to Israel
Learn about the costs of providing weapons to Israel and take action to end U.S. aid to Israel.


Congressional Advocacy
Contact your Members of Congress, view our current campaigns, and find resources.

Take Action
Find additional policy action alerts below.

Help stop Israel's attacks on Gaza
Your voice is critical in pressuring U.S. lawmakers to stop supporting Israel's brutal assault on Gaza.

Take Action: Respond to Attacks against Palestinians from Gaza to Chicago
by Josh Ruebner, Policy Director
July 10th, 2014
As Israel escalates its U.S.-sponsored brutality against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, the U.S. is also moving forward with its prosecution of Palestinian-American organizer Rasmea Odeh. Find out what you can do about both issues.
Take Action: Hold Israel Accountable for Brutality toward Palestinians, Americans
by US Campaign Staff
July 7th, 2014
Contact the White House and your Members of Congress to protest Israel's increasingly brutal assault on Palestinians and Americans. Find a protest near you and join an upcoming day of action.
Why Is Obama Prosecuting this Torture Victim?
by Josh Ruebner, Policy Director
June 10th, 2014
Join the national call-in day to drop the charges against Palestinian-American community organizer Rasmea Odeh.
Will You Boycott AIPAC?
by Ramah Kudaimi, Membership & Outreach Coordinator
March 1st, 2014
Protest AIPAC's Annual Policy Conference On and Offline!
Is John Kerry on the Brink of Success?
February 7th, 2014
Read our analysis of why current U.S. negotiations aim to sustain, rather than end, Israeli apartheid, and help National Advocacy Director Josh Ruebner hit the road this spring on a book tour to talk about it.