APN is the sister organization of Shalom Achshav, Israel's preeminent peace movement. APN's mission is to educate and persuade the American public and its leadership to support and adopt policies that will lead to comprehensive, durable, Israeli-Palestinian and Israeli-Arab peace, based on a two-state solution, guaranteeing both peoples security, and consistent with U.S. national interests. Read more.
Since President Donald Trump took office, the Israeli right has launched an unprecedented drive to annex the West Bank, piecemeal or in its entirety.
From Creeping to Leaping: Annexation in the Trump-Netanyahu Era
Peace Now's Annual Construction Report: 17% Above Average Yearly Growth
Peace Now Settlement Watch - Creeping Annexation
Peace Now Settlement Watch - Escalation in Israel's Settlement Policy
APN’s show on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and efforts to resolve it.
If you care about Israel, about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, about Israel’s future as a democracy and a Jewish state, this podcast is for you. Episodes feature experts, activists, advocates and scholars whose work or passion is Israeli-Palestinian peace.
Podcast: #51: Equality Now - Conversation with Dr. Yasmeen Abu-Fraiha
Yossi Alpher: The Nation-State Law and the almost-deal with Hamas: Netanyahu’s real objectives
Yossi Alpher: The ultra-nationalist surge: two documents
American Jewish Organizations letter
APN's Debra Shushan on Israel i24 News "The Spin Room" here (7.18.2018) and here(7.25.2018)
ACRI analysis of the law
Nation-State Law Explainer
"I'm ashamed of Israel's Nation-State law" video from Peace Now going viral
More resources here
Honoring Debra DeLee for 21 Years with Americans for Peace Now
Shalom Achshav was established in 1978, when 348 Israeli senior reserve army officers and combat soldiers came together to urge their government to sign a peace treaty with Egypt... Read more
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Shalom Achshav In the News
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