My report for IPS on the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks and the J Street conference.
Posts Tagged ‘Americans for Peace Now’
Posted in J Street, Peace Plans, tagged Americans for Peace Now, Daniel Levy, Israel, Jeremy Ben-Ami, Jerusalem, Joe Biden, Martin Indyk, Ori Nir, Palestine, Refugees, Right of Return, Settlements, Yousef Munayyer on October 3, 2013 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Peace Plans, tagged AIPAC, Americans for Peace Now, Benjamin Netanyahu, Bill Clinton, Camp David II, Danny Danon, Dennis Ross, intifada, J Street, John Kerry, Mahmoud Abbas, Martin Indyk, New Israel Fund, Palestinian prisoners, Settlements, Stephen Walt, WINEP on July 30, 2013 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Congress, Israel, Palestine, United States, tagged AIPAC, Americans for Peace Now, Barack Obama, Barbara Lee, Benjamin Netanyahu, Benny Elon, Congress, Ehud Barak, Ehud Olmert, foreign policy, Iran, Israel, J Street, John Kerry, Palestine, Shimon Peres, Syria, Yitzhak Rabin on May 25, 2013 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in US-Israel Lobby, tagged AIPAC, Americans for Peace Now, Andrew Sullivan, Anti-Semitism, Anti-Zionism, Barack Obama, Benjamin Netanyahu, Cato Institute, Chas Freeman, Chuck Hagel, democracy, Elliott Abrams, Israel, Israel Lobby, J Street, James Besser, James Hormel, Jeffrey Goldberg, Jewish Voice for Peace, Lindsey Graham, Log Cabin Republicans, Middle east, Peace Groups, pro-Israel, Tom Friedman, Two-state solution, William Kristol on December 27, 2012 | 1 Comment »
I weigh in on the controversy over Barack Obama’s possible nomination of Chuck Hagel to the post of Secretary of Defense in a guest post at Muzzlewatch, Jewish Voice for
Peace’s blog. On the issue of Israel and the Middle East, rarely has there been a more important moment for US policy. This is a moment where the Israel Lobby could well suffer a significant defeat, and that matters.
Posted in Apartheid, One-State Solution, tagged Ali Abunimah, Americans for Peace Now, apartheid, BDS, Benjamin Netanyahu, Churches for Middle East Peace, Dani Dayan, Electronic Intifada. Warren Clark, Irving Moskowitz, Israel, J Street, Jeremy Ben-Ami, Jewish Voice for Peace, Judea, Knesset, Lara Friedman, New York Times, Occupied Territories, Palestine, Rebecca Vilkomerson, Samaria, Sheldon Adelson, United Nations, West Bank, YESHA Council on July 27, 2012 | Leave a Comment »
The head of the Yesha Council has stated the obvious–the settlers have won. In this week’s piece at Souciant, I examine his op-ed and its implications. Ultimately, until progressives, leftists and liberals can find some common ground to work together, there will be no solution until a cataclysmic event decides it. The right is marching steadfastly toward institutional apartheid, and if the left doesn’t get its act together, they will shift the terms of the discourse and the politics yet again, to everyone’s detriment.