July 2024

APIC Statement – Palestinian Factions work to strengthen National Unity, sign Beijing Declaration

The American Peace Information Center (APIC) is an allied organization of UJPFO. Posted on July 23, 2024 by Michael Iverson July 23, 2024 marked a progressive step towards peace when 14 Palestinian factions, including Fatah, Hamas, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), and the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) […]

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Hadash on the ICJ Ruling: Must Be a Turning Point in How the International Community Treats Israel

“Nakba 2023”, Israeli occupation soldiers in Gaza (Photo from social networks) Hadash is the Electorial Front in Israeli Politics (The Democratic Front for Peace and Equality) and has representation in the Israeli Knesset. July 19, 2024 The International Court of Justice (ICJ), in its ruling on Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories, determines that Israel’s

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Jewish Voice for Peace Statement: What’s the meaning of solidarity?

What’s the meaning of solidarity? Read original article on Jewish Voice for Peace’s website. We often say that none of us will be free until all of us are free. This is solidarity. By acting in solidarity, we learn how our struggles are intertwined. Being part of something larger cuts through our isolation. Solidarity encourages

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American Indian Movement Leader, Leonard Peltier is up for Parole. The United Native American Society calls for Freedom for Peltier. Parole is Freedom; Exoneration is Justice!

The United Native American Society is an allied organization with the Movement for Peoples Democracy and the United Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order. Statement by the Provisional Committee of The United Native American Society June 30th, 2024 Leonard Peltier, who turns eighty years old this coming September, is the longest-held Native American prisoner in history and

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