You have to remember that the major Israeli lobbies, they’re not in favor of peace. They never have professed to be. What they are in favor of is protecting the policies of whatever government is in charge in Israel. If you look at their Web sites, they make that quite clear. So they’re for Israel, they’re not for peace between Israel and its neighbors.There you have it - according to Jimmy, it is impossible to be pro-Israel and pro-"peace."
Of course, if you define "peace" the way he does, where Israel surrenders everything in exchange for worthless promises, I guess that is true.
But if you define peace correctly, this is pretty slanderous.
(In case you are interested, the word "peace" is mentioned over 6000 times at the AIPAC website, about 200 times at the ZOA website, and as far as I can tell none of them are against "peace," although I'm sure they have qualms about the "peace process," which is hardly the same thing.)