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April 15, 2014 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:  Daniel McGowan Telephone: 315-789-3524 Email: Most people recognize that the apartheid wall Israel has been building for the past twelve years will one day be removed. But few have given serious consideration to how best to recycle hundreds of miles of this “separation barrier.” The idea of offering […]

Author’s note of 1 Sept 2009: This article was started and mostly completed in December 2008. Then the Israeli massacre in Gaza intervened, followed by an intensification of organizing efforts for the Batsheva Dance Company protests. After that, it gathered dust in the Drafts folder while I moved cross-country. An extended, remix version of “People […]

The article below by Michelle J. Kinnucan is reposted from Veterans Today. [T]here is a powerful lobby determined to prevent any view other than its own from being aired, still less to factor in American understanding of trends and events in the Middle East. The tactics of the Israel Lobby plumb the depths of dishonor […]

Will IJAN Challenge Jewish Power? Below is the analysis of Henry Herskovitz (with Michelle J. Kinnucan) of Jewish Witnesses for Peace and Friends to a recent op-ed by Rebecca Tumposky on the International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network (IJAN). There are many problems with IJAN, which lead me to doubt the purposes of the group. I first […]
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