Several House Democrats who are skipping Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress aren't extending the snub to the nation's top pro-Israel activists.
At least one member of Congress who is boycotting Netanyahu's speech on Tuesday will still show up for a similar message from the prime minister on Monday at the annual assembly of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.
Earlier in February, Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y., whose upper Manhattan district includes a large number of Jewish constituents, issued a challenge to Netanyahu via Twitter.
Rep. Greg Meeks, D-N.Y., who also represents a heavily Jewish district in New York City, told the Washington Examiner he's still deciding whether he'll attend Netanyahu's committee address Monday morning, but definitely will not show up on Tuesday for his address to a joint session of Congress.
Still, Meeks said he is committed to going to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee's gala opening dinner Monday night.