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Posts tagged ‘Jewish Witnesses for Peace and Friends’

Lieberman Receives Probation, Fines Jessica Lieberman was sentenced on Oct. 13 to three months probation, $425 in court costs, fines and probation fees, and is required to perform 24 hours of community service, in exchange for her guilty plea to the criminal charge of disturbing the peace. In addition, Judge Karen Valvo ordered her to […]

Judeo-Christian Dissonance In this multi-media report, we reflect upon the difference between a Christian response to our vigils and a Jewish one. Understanding that a data set of one is not conclusive of anything, it does appear interesting. Here’s the back story: About a year ago our vigils themselves were protested by one woman. Anne […]

Fourteen Years, and Still Going Strong Witness for Peace celebrates fourteen years of holding Ann Arbor’s Jewish community publicly accountable for their support of a Zionist (i.e. Jewish racist) state. It is with a smile of contentment when we realize how our message has morphed over the years. Initially, we organized “as Jews (and friends)”, […]

  Brother Nathanael Attends Our Vigil Renowned YouTube personality Brother Nathanael joined a half dozen other peace activists on August 28th at our weekly vigil in Ann Arbor. Claiming he was impressed with our street presence and decorum, he added a religious component to our otherwise political protest. Later that day he spoke at the […]

Does Jewish Power call the shots at Outfront Media? On July 7, Deir Yassin Remembered initiated a possible contract with Outfront Media for a billboard in the Ann Arbor/Detroit area. Our request was met with an apparently willing Lafe Schneider, Territory Growth Manager for Outfront’s Detroit office. Lafe provided us with three suitable locations in […]

A Working Vacation This writer recently completed a 10-state motorcycle tour of the United States and carried the message “America First Not Israel” on bike and body. This message met with approval over a dozen times and received no negative comments. Some rather lengthy and friendly conversations ensued – including frank discussions on many of […]

Theft and Appropriation: Jewish Values? Witness for Peace was given a lesson in specious reasoning, attempted theft, and feigned victimization at our vigil on May 20, 2017. Take a look at the photo of this unidentified woman: This would-be thief apparently thought it her right to steal property that was obviously not hers, falsely claim […]

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