Nadia Saah

Nadia Saah

Nadia Saah is a board member of Jewish Currents. In this moving photo essay, she shares her family’s story of their harrowing experiences during the 1948 Nakba (the Catastrophe). The essay compiles 11 more stories from other Palestinians on the 75th anniversary of the...

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One Democratic State Campaign (ODSC)

One Democratic State Campaign (ODSC)

The One Democratic State Campaign (ODSC) is an initiative launched in 2018 by Palestinian and Israeli Jewish activists and academics working towards the establishment of a single democratic state in historic Palestine in which all Palestinian refugees and their...

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Jews Say No!

Jews Say No!

Jews Say No! is a New York City-based group that engages in community education, street theatre, and organizing. The group began during “Operation Cast Lead,” the Israeli attack on Gaza in December/January 2008-09. They gather every month on the Upper West Side of...

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Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence is an organization of veterans who served in the Israeli military and share what they have witnessed and experienced in the Occupied Territories with the Israeli public. The organization stimulates public debate about young soldiers facing a...

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A Land for All

A Land for All

A Land for All represents a group of Israelis and Palestinians who offer a new perspective on the two-state solution. Learn more about A Land for All’s proposal for two sovereign states in Israel and Palestine at the Promised Land Museum.

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Refuser Solidarity Network

Refuser Solidarity Network

The Refuser Solidarity Network is a 501(c)(3) organization which provides support for Israelis who object to Israel’s military service by providing funds for demonstrations outside prisons, legal fees, and media campaigns which share their stories to Israeli and...

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Khaled Elgindy

Khaled Elgindy

Khaled Elgindy is a senior fellow at the Middle East Institute (MEI) and director of the MEI program on Palestine and Israeli-Palestinian Affairs. He is the author of the book Blind Spot: America and the Palestinians, from Balfour to Trump (2019). Elgindy has served...

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Rashida Tlaib

Rashida Tlaib

Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib made history in 2008 as the first Muslim woman to serve the Michigan Legislature and the first Palestinian American woman elected to Congress. In 2022, Tlaib sponsored H.Res.1123 – Recognizing the Nakba and Palestinian refugees’ rights in...

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Curt’s Hebron

Curt’s Hebron

Curtis Bell, President of Unitarian Universalists for Justice in the Middle East, spoke to the First Unitarian Church’s Department of Social Justice about his two months in Hebron and what he learned about the Palestinian experience under Israeli occupation. Video...

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Virginia Tech GPSS

Virginia Tech GPSS

The Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) at Virginia Tech passed a resolution in October 2021 demanding that the University’s administration enact an academic boycott of Israel and institutions “complicit in maintaining the Israeli occupation.” The...

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The Return of the Pogrom in Hawara

The Return of the Pogrom in Hawara

On February 26, 2023, more than 400 Jewish settlers terrorized the Palestinian village of Hawara in the Occupied West Bank. For hours, the settlers set buildings and cars on fire and threw stones at inhabitants and their homes. The Israeli police and military forces...

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