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February 14, 2024

Rafah: The penultimate step in Israel’s march of genocide.

An Israeli invasion of Rafah would be the most dangerous stage of the genocide yet.

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March 21, 2007

Jewish Voice for Peace on One State or Two | 2007

As activists in the movement for peace and justice in the Middle East, JVP members are often asked for our position on how the Palestine / Israel conflict should ultimately be solved. Our mission statement endorses neither a one-state solution, nor a two-state solution. Instead it promotes support for human rights and international law. As a result, we have members and supporters on both sides of this question, as well as many others who, like the organization as a whole, are agnostic about it. If a short answer is required, it would be that we support any solution that is consistent with the national rights of both Palestinians and Israeli Jews, whether one binational state, two states, or some other solution. In this paper, we provide a longer answer.

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August 4, 2004

Jewish Voice for Peace on Peace, U.S. Military Aid, and Israel | 2004

On why we urge the U.S. government to suspend military aid to Israel until it ends its 37-year occupation of the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, and East Jerusalem.

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November 29, 2003

Jewish Voice for Peace on the Boycott of Israeli Goods | 2003

We encourage all Americans and, in particular, all Jews to act for peace and justice and not to be intimidated by the apologists for the Israeli government’s policies. We urge everyone to remember the historical crimes committed against the Jewish people, but not to allow those crimes to become justifications for crimes against the Palestinians.

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October 23, 1979

Israel Bars Rabin From Relating ’48 Eviction of Arabs

“A censorship board composed of five Cabinet members prohibited former Prime Minister Rabin from including in his memoirs a first-person account of the expulsion of 50,000 Palestinian civilians from their homes” in Ramle and Lydda…

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May 3, 1948

Palestine Strife Creates DP Issue

Palestine Strife Creates DP Issue, New York Times, May 4, 1948

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May 2, 1948

Despair is Voiced by Arab Refugees

Despair is Voiced by Arab Refugees, New York Times, May 2, 1948

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April 17, 1948

Arab Base Falls to the Haganah

By Dana Adams Schmidt, New York Times,  April 17, 1948

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April 16, 1948

Jews Press Arabs In Pitched Battle in North Palestine

By Dana Adams Schmidt, New York Times, April 16, 1948

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March 20, 1948

U.S. Administration on the Partition of Palestine: New York Times coverage in 1948

March 19, 1948: United States representative to the United Nations Warren Austin announces to the United Nations Security Council that the United States position is that the partition of Palestine is no longer a viable option.

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March 1, 1948

The Army Called ‘Haganah’

New York Times: February 1948 The Army Called ‘Haganah’

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