Americans for Peace Now (APN) congratulates the legislators elected yesterday to the House of Representatives and the Senate. In particular, we welcome new members of Congress. As they prepare to come to Washington, we encourage them to deepen their understanding of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. We invite them to use APN as a resource for enhancing their efforts on Capitol Hill to advance peace between Israel, the Palestinians, and the Arab world.
APN's Director of Policy and Government Relations Debra Shushan said: "As the incoming members of the House and Senate arrive in Washington, we will provide them with resources to help them advance pro-Israel, pro-peace policies. Meanwhile, we offer a vast array of online resources, as well as our knowledge and experience, to assist any members of Congress and their staff. I look forward to working with the 116th Congress and invite members and staff to contact me."
The following is a short list of key APN resources on issues currently on the agenda pertaining to peace and security for Israel.
ULTIMATE DEAL?: APN position paper in advance of the Trump Administration's Israeli-Palestinian peace plan
FROM CREEPING TO LEAPING: APN analysis of annexation in the Trump-Netanyahu era
LEGISLATIVE ROUND-UP: Weekly Congressional catalog of Middle East-related legislation, hearings, and statements
SETTLEMENTS MAP: 2018 Peace Now map of West Bank and East Jerusalem settlements
NEWS NOSH: Daily review of the Israeli press
HARD QUESTIONS, TOUGH ANSWERS: Weekly analysis from Yossi Alpher, former Director of the Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies and former senior Mossad official
PEACECAST: APN's podcast devoted to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and efforts to resolve it
THEY SAY / WE SAY: A publication that takes common arguments put forth by peace skeptics and peace opponents, and provides authoritative answers from the pro-Israel, pro-peace APN perspective
APN is the sister-organization of Israel's peace movement Shalom Achshav (Peace Now). 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, consistent with U.S. national interests.