APN/Peace Now In The News: June 29 - July 5, 2019

Ha'aretz: "For Progressive Jewish American Activists, 'Never Again Is Now' – and Israel Is Yesterday's News " (July 5, 2019)

"Young progressive American Jews are both value-driven and politically astute," says Ori Nir of Americans for Peace Now. "Trump's immigration policy moves them ethically while granting them an opportunity to make political alliances going into a presidential election year."

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Times of Israel: "Subterranean hammering blues: 7 things to know for July 1" (July 1, 2019)

Peace Now, which protested the event, is widely quoted calling the event "no less than American recognition of Israeli sovereignty in the sensitive area of the Holy Basin."

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Times of Israel: "Under Palestinian homes, US envoys hammer open an ancient East Jerusalem road" (June 30, 2019)

Several dozen activists from the Peace Now settlement watchdog protested outside the East Jerusalem event. The left-wing NGO has branded the Pilgrimage Road "the controversy tunnel," adding that it had "caused the evacuation of Palestinian homes in the neighborhood and increased tensions between Palestinian residents and Jewish settlers, who have been acting more intensively than ever in recent years to Judaize the neighborhood, as part of an effort to sabotage the two-state solution."

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Arutz 7: "Peace Now members to protest against US Amb. David Friedman" (June 29, 2019)

Peace Now is protesting the inauguration ceremony of a tunnel in east Jerusalem. 'This is a trampling of Jerusalem.'

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