AIPAC prepares a resolution. It reads like Michael Goldfarb in a bad mood. This passage is interesting:

Whereas the concept of `universal jurisdiction’ has frequently been used in attempts to detain, charge, and prosecute Israeli and United States officials and former officials in connection with unfounded allegations of war crimes and has often unfairly impeded the travel of those individuals;

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