An online form from the American Israel Public Affairs Committee asks individuals to thank their federal representatives if they’ve spoken in opposition, or if they haven’t, to encourage them to do so, saying the UN measure “hinders the peace process.”

Ahead of the December 23 vote, AIPAC circulated a list of Washington lawmakers who opposed the deal. After the measure passed, the group said it was “deeply disturbed by the failure of the Obama administration to exercise its veto to prevent a destructive, one-sided, anti-Israel resolution.”

More than 100 Members of Congress have issued statements opposing the resolution, according to a source familiar with the matter.

The form, AIPAC spokesman Marshall Wittman said, is “a way for our activists to urge Members of Congress to register their opposition to the destructive resolution adopted by the United Nations Security Council.”

UN Resolution 2334 says the settlement enterprise “has no legal validity and constitutes a flagrant violation under international law” and calls for a complete end to all construction in areas Israel gained after the 1967 Six Day War.

The city of Ma’ale Adumim, one of the largest Israeli settlements in the West Bank. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)