“We are praying for the people of Gaza as they endure another assault from Israel’s military, and demand that our communal leadership stand against this violence."
The trip includes a visit to Ramallah and Hebron and meetings with Israeli social justice activists, among others.
"With Democratic leaders like Kamala Harris and Bernie Sanders condemning the [proposed] resolution, it’s clear that grassroots movements are shifting what’s possible in the halls of power."
"The Israelis, whose lives depend on their future dependence on America as much as their past reliance, may come to fear him."
Also recently, IfNotNow extended inclusive arms to congresswomen Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) and Ilhan Omar (D-MN) in their struggle against the right of a Jewish organization use "Benjamins" to influence US politics.
"They have until April 5th," the email warns, using simple text, when cutout letters from magazines would have been so much more appropriate.
This should teach both AIPAC and AJC a lesson about diverting their lobbying efforts from Washington DC to Jerusalem.
Abbas told his American visitors that "if we had only 20 or 30 million shekels in the entire Authority, we would have used them to pay the families of the martyrs."
"I call upon you to immediately renounce this superfluous and harmful report, and join me and many others like me, Jews, Muslims, and Christians, who live side by side, respecting each other’s heritage..."
Let's not kid ourselves, AIPAC, the ADL, and several other lobbying groups are our bulwark against the repeat in the US of the war against the Jews being waged today by crypto-Nazis and neo-Nazis in Europe and the Middle East.
According to the agreement, B'Tselem received about $200,000 directly from the Dutch government, to compose a report that would include criticism of Supreme Court decisions on the settlements.
An Executive Director at HRW retweeted an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory.
Israeli police made sure the radical leftwing provocateurs did not enter Oz v'Gaon and destroy the access road.
Speaking to reporters following the Council session, Kuwait Representative to the UN Mansour Al-Otaibi said "the Council members mull the possibility of paying a visit to the West Bank city and other parts of the occupied Palestinian territories."
Turns out we were wrong. Not about our story, but about who were the frost-bitten Jew-haters who said the Israeli Philharmonic was the Zionist version of Soweto, South Africa circa 1960.
J Street U and Students for Justice in Palestine chapters at the University of Vermont released corresponding letters last week blasting the school's Hillel for accepting funds from the pro-Israel group Maccabee Task Force.
"We are pleased to see that foreign-government funded, delegitimization organizations are beginning to leave Hebron."
UPDATE: A senior source told TPS that EAPPI activists have been involved in the direct support of terrorism.
The organization purports to be "a nonviolent movement" but frankly, by expressing such fervent support for Hamas . . . well, it's questionable.
“Fundraising is oxygen to terrorists; we will use every legal way possible to choke off every platform they use to raise funds,” said Shurat HaDin president Nitsana Darshan-Leitner.
The report follows last week’s announcement that the European Commission was halting funds for the UK-based Islamic Human Rights Commission over its links to Iran.
Ad Kan said it intends to exhaust the legal process until the criminal conviction of the defendants.
Israelis tell New Israel Fund CEO Daniel Sokatch: “Stop harming us”
Judge Sela criticized the Hebron police for unnecessarily and in contravention of protocol arresting and interrogating Deutsch on Shabbat.
Hill said he had just disembarked from a flight from "Palestine" and was "boycotting the Israeli water so I was unable to quench my thirst."