Rabbi Alana Alpert delivered this Yom Kippur dvar torah on her recent experiences in East Jerusalem with the Center for Jewish Nonviolence.
What does it mean to “confront” the Occupation with a “selfie”? Is it helpful? How different is it to the way most American Jews experience
We are a group of Palestinians, Israelis, Jews, and international justice seekers standing in solidarity with the families of Sarura in their call to return
Today, Issa Amro, an internationally recognized Palestinian human rights defender, appears in an Israeli military court. His offense? Protesting nonviolently.
Join the Center for Jewish Nonviolence on May 14-22, 2017, as Jews from around the world act with Palestinian and Israeli leaders to oppose the occupation.
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Last night, young Jews in over 15 cities in at least five countries hosted Shabbat dinners and protests in front of Jewish institutions and Israeli embassies in urgent protest of demolitions slated for four Arab villages in the West Bank and Negev on Monday.
This summer, these five Jews joined forty others with the Center for Jewish Nonviolence in the West Bank for work and protest alongside Palestinians.
PHOTOS: A. Daniel Roth was with Jewish activists from around the world working with Palestinians in Hebron when they were arrested for building a theater.
Journalist Peter Beinart and Rabbi Brant Rosen join June’s week of activism in West Bank against occupation, organized by the Center for Jewish Nonviolence.