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Dedicated If a picture is worth a thousand words, then this one should suffice to express the dedication of a few peace activists in Ann Arbor. Here we have Vigiler G, doing what she does best: braving the elements to take our simple messages to the motoring public. Date of photo: Feb 10, 2018: […]

WfP Pitches a Shutout Four Weeks in a Row As southeastern Michigan temperatures plunged into the low single-digits, Witness for Peace members have bundled up – as we have done for the past fifteen winters – only to observe the opposition throwing in the towel on these bitterly cold mornings. They have been no-shows for […]

DYR Ad Appears The Sun Times News, a weekly print newspaper serving a half dozen communities just west of Ann Arbor, ran our ad in their Dec. 6th edition. The 5 by 5 spot ran on page 6.×5%2025%2011-29-17.pdf A Friend Indeed Personal friend and Executive Director of Deir Yassin Remembered Dan Mcgowan […]

DYR Advisor Rich Siegel has a new op-ed on President Trump’s recent decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. You can read it on the or on Rich’s Facebook page.

Definition of a “Free Press” Remember the days of poking fun at Pravda, the Russian government-owned press? We asked: how could anyone rely on the truthfulness of reports that were filtered by agenda-driven government agents? Aren’t we Americans lucky to live in a land where our news isn’t filtered, where we – unlike our Russian […]

Say it ain’t so, Ali! 97 years after the words “Say it ain’t so, Joe!” were allegedly delivered to Shoeless Joe Jackson by a heartbroken young boy, believing that his sports hero took a bribe to throw the 1920 World Series to the Cincinnati Reds, we are likewise heartbroken to learn that our own Palestinian […]

Was Raul Hilberg a Holocaust Denier? The Destruction of the European Jews (Student One Volume Edition) is lauded by Michael Marrus of The Times Literary Supplement: “In its originality, scope and seriousness of theme, this is one of the great historical works of our time”. David S. Wyman, writing for the New York Times Book […]
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