Gary L. Bauer
Hagel still hasn't answered questions about the details of money he received from various groups he worked for. Recent evidence shows that in supporting documents Hagel gave to Senate investigators as part of his confirmation process, Hagel did not disclose at least two speeches he gave in 2008 that focused on the Arab-Israeli conflict.
One of the speeches was delivered to the Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee and the other to Georgetown University's Center for Contemporary Arab Studies. Staffers for members of Congress opposed to Hagel's nomination have also gathered proof that Hagel spoke frequently to pro-Arab audiences in 2007, including one group described by the Investigative Project on Terrorism as "a de facto propaganda arm of the Arab world."
What's Hagel hiding? We can guess. He is far outside of mainstream in the way he looks at the Middle East and Israel. That Hagel is hiding these speeches suggests that his remarks reinforce the growing belief that he is anti-Israel.