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Steering Committee Statement on the Road Map
June 20th, 2003
The statement below was issued by the US Campaign Steering Committee on June 20th, 2003, in response to questions about the Road Map raised by member groups and individuals.
36 Years of Occupation: Reality, Rhetoric and Rights
June 7th, 2003
On June 6, 2003, Nadia Hijab, co-chair of the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation, spoke at the United for Peace and Justice Organizers Conference during a plenary session entitled "Views from the Global South."
Report on UN Conference for Civil Society in Support of Palestine
September 25th, 2002
Close to 400 people participated in the UN International Conference of Civil Society in Support of the Palestinian People on September 23 and 24, at UN Headquarters in New York.
US Campaign Address to the UN International Conference on Civil Society in Support of the Palestinian People
September 24th, 2002
Many of us are involved in solidarity actions to support the human rights of Palestinians living under Israeli occupation, so they can survive and resist until the occupation is ended.
Jews, Israel, and the United States: Talking Points for Jewish Antiwar Activism
by Rachael Kamel
September 1st, 2002
Talking to American Jews about cutting or suspending U.S. military aid to Israel is a daunting prospect. Within the Jewish community, this topic cannot even really be termed controversial — it would be better described as taboo. Attempts to open the discussion are most often met with the knee-jerk reaction that U.S. support is vital to guaranteeing Israel’s safety, and with it the safety of the Jewish people worldwide. Anyone who argues otherwise is dismissed as either a traitor or a fool.
A Memo on Palestine & the US, On Palestinians & Americans
August 15th, 2001
PHYLLIS BENNIS—INSTITUTE OF POLICY STUDIES The Palestinian national movement is in the midst of a profound crisis, and those of us who support that movement in the U.S. are responding, or trying to respond to that crisis without a vision, without a strategy, without leadership, without tactical priorities, without a plan.
Elizabeth Corrie: 'Investors can act to prevent civilian suffering'
Extracted from a speech delivered to a War on Want public meeting at the House of Commons by the American teacher and activist. Published: 21 October 2005