Event 4/11: John Kerry's Framework: More of the Same, or a Fresh Approach to Israel-Palestine Peace?

Americans for Peace Now, Foundation for Middle East Peace,
  and Churches for Middle East Peace

invite you to attend

JOHN KERRY'S INITIATIVE:
Bumps in the Road or End of the Road?


with

Ziad Abu Zayyad
Co-Editor & Publisher,
Palestine-Israel Journal

and

Hillel Schenker
Co-Editor,
Palestine-Israel Journal

Friday, April 11, 12:00 PM
Carnegie Endowment, Choate Room (1st floor),
1779 Massachusetts Ave, NW,
Washington, DC 20036

 

Ziad Abu Zayyad is a Palestinian co-editor and publisher of the Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics and Culture, which he co-founded in 1994 together with the Israeli journalist Victor Cygielman, and a weekly columnist at the Al-Quds Arabic daily newspaper. Abu Zayyad is a former Member of the Palestinian Legislative Council, former Deputy Chairman of the Political Committee of the Euro-Med Parliament, and former Minister in the Palestinian Authority. He is a former negotiator, Head of the Palestinians' delegation to the multilateral Regional Security and Arms Control Talks (ACRS). Abu Zayyad was born in Jerusalem in 1940, and graduated from Damascus University in 1965 with a law degree.

 

Hillel Schenker is a co-editor of the Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics and Culture. He is a former editor at New Outlook and has been published in many articles in the Israeli Press, the Guardian, Los Angeles Times, and other media. Schenker is a co-founder of the Peace Now movement, served as a spokesperson for the Israeli branch of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, and is a board member for the Global Major Center for Non-Violent Conflict Resolution at the Monetary Institute of International Studies.

A light lunch will be served.

To RSVP, please email info@fmep.org or 202-835-3650.

The Foundation for Middle East Peace,
                        Americans for Peace Now, and Churches for Middle East Peace invite you to join us

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