|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.
|Jews, Israel, and the United States:
Talking Points for Jewish Antiwar Activism|
by Rachael Kamel
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.
|36 Years of Occupation: Reality, Rhetoric and Rights|
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."