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Media Coverage of Brit Tzedek v'Shalom's 2nd National Conference


"Israel's Road to Peace: The Role of American Jews"

October 31st-November 2nd, 2003

  • The Boston Globe
    November 1, 2003
    From the Mideast Moderates, A Bold Plan for Peace, by Amram Mitzna
    MK Amram Mitznas op-ed on the Geneva Initiative was published on the day of his keynote speech at Brit Tzedek's second national conference in Boston
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  • The Boston Globe
    October 26, 2003
    A New US Movement for Middle East Peace, by Stephen P. Cohen
    Middle East analyst Stephen P. Cohen writes in an op-ed about Brit Tzedek vShalom. This new organization is made up of people concerned about peace and justice who haven't fit in with the present range of Jewish organizations. Brit Tzedek hopes to carry the message of a reemerging Israeli peace movement into the American political scene.
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  • Brookline TAB
    November 6, 2003
    Competing Middle East Stances Confuse and Clarify, by Dennis Fox
    Brookline was well represented last weekend at Boston's Park Plaza Hotel, where activists from Brit Tzedek v'Shalom (Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace) organized for a peaceful future between Israel and a State of Palestine.
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  • The Jewish Advocate (Boston, MA)
    November 7, 2003
    Peace, peace, But there is no peace, by Penny Schwartz
    An unexpected promise of peace between Israel and the Palestinians blended with an enthusiastic appetite for political action at a national conference -sponsored by the Chicago-based Brit Tzedek V'Shalom, the Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace, held Oct. 31 - Nov. 2 at Boston's Park Plaza Hotel.
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  • The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, PA)
    November 6, 2003
    A Creator of a New Mideast Peace Lays Out Whats On the Line, by Faygie Levy
    "Amram Mitzna, who lost a January bid to become Israel's prime minister, laid out his vision for a two-state solution known as the "Geneva Initiative," at Main Line Reform Temple, Beth Elohim in Wynnewood to a crowd of nearly 400 people. .Claiming that Jews worldwide had been "brainwashed" into accepting that there is "nothing to do, no one to talk with," the former mayor of Haifa spent his time trying to convince the audience that Israel does have a partner in the Palestinians."
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  • The Jewish Week (NY)
    November 7, 2003
    Mitzna: Geneva Plan The Only Way, by Stuart Ain
    "Amram Mitzna... predicted Tuesday that the party would "disappear" unless it adopts at least the principles of the Geneva Initiative, a proposed peace settlement he helped to negotiate with Palestinian leaders."
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