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Brit Tzedek v'Shalom

Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace



October 9, 2009
Brit Tzedek v'Shalom Responds President Obama's Nobel Peace Prize
Brit Tzedek V'Shalom released the following statement today on the announcement that President Obama will receive the Nobel Peace Prize [Read More]

September 24, 2009
Brit Tzedek v'Shalom Responds to the Goldstone Report
The Goldstone report is and will continue to be the source of much debate within the American Jewish community, Israel and beyond--one that will, on balance, probably raise more questions than it could ever answer. [Read More]

July 29, 2009
Statement By Jewish American Organizations on Issues Raised Regarding Construction in Jerusalem
Ameinu, Americans for Peace Now, Brit Tzedek v'Shalom, Meretz USA, and J Street released the following statement on the Obama Administration's policy on Jerusalem today. [Read More]

June 15, 2009
Pro-Israel Group Welcomes Israeli PMS Endorsement of Two-States
Diane Balser, executive director of Brit Tzedek v’Shalom, the country’s largest and most vibrant Jewish grassroots peace movement, issued the following statement in response to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address at BarIlan University last night. [Read More]

May 19, 2009
Statement of Brit Tzedek on Obama-Netanyahu Meeting
Diane Balser, executive director of Brit Tzedek v’Shalom, the Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace, released the following statement in response to the results of exits polls from today’s Israeli elections. [Read More]

May 11, 2009
Brit Tzedek v’Shalom to Obama: “We’ve Got Your Back, Mr. President”
A leading Jewish peace group today launched a nationwide grassroots campaign calling on American Jews to support President Obama as he asserts U.S. leadership in pursuit of a negotiated two-state resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, to make clear to the new president that they have his back. [Read More]

February 10, 2009
Leading Pro-Israel, Pro-Peace Group Welcomes Preliminary Results of Israel’s Elections
Diane Balser, executive director of Brit Tzedek v’Shalom, the Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace, released the following statement in response to the results of exits polls from today’s Israeli elections. [Read More]

January 23, 2009
Leading Pro-Israel, Pro-Peace Group Applauds Mitchell Appointment
The country’s largest grassroots Jewish peace movement today praised the appointment of Senator George Mitchell as Special Envoy for Middle East Peace, as another sign of President Barack Obama’s seriousness of purpose in renewing U.S. leadership to achieve a negotiated, two-state resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. [Read More]

January 19, 2009
Brit Tzedek Responds to the Gaza Ceasefire Announcement
The country’s largest grassroots Jewish peace movement today praised the appointment of Senator George Mitchell as Special Envoy for Middle East Peace, as another sign of President Barack Obama’s seriousness of purpose in renewing U.S. leadership to achieve a negotiated, two-state resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. [Read More]

October 2, 2008
Jewish Leaders to Next President: ‘It’s Time to Choose Peace’
As Yom Kippur approaches, nearly 700 rabbis, cantors and rabbinic students from across the country are seizing on this traditional time for communal evaluation and reflection to call on the next president to make vigilant U.S. leadership in resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict a top priority of his administration, reversing eight years of diplomatic neglect. [Read More]

July 24, 2008
1000 Activists Call On Obama To Make Peace A Priorty
More than 1000 people this weekend weighed in with Senator Barack Obama in advance of the candidate’s trip to Israel and the West Bank, urging him to demonstrate his intent to put Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking at the top of his foreign policy agenda.[Read More]

June 19, 2008
Brit Tzedek Welcomes Israel-Hamas Ceasefire
Brit Tzedek v’Shalom, the Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace, welcomes today's commencement of the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas in Gaza, brokered by Egypt. Diane Balser, Brit Tzedek’s executive director, issued the following statement today [Read More]

May 13, 2008
Brit Tzedek Welcomes Price-LaHood Letter; Urges Bush To Heed Its Words During Upcoming Mideast Trip
Brit Tzedek is mobilizing its nationwide grassroots network of more than 38,000 in support of a congressional letter to President Bush urging him to bring something new to the table on his upcoming trip to the Middle East, by backing both a Hamas-Israel ceasefire and an end to the blockade of Gaza. [Read More]

March 11, 2008
The American Jewish Community Takes Another Step Towards Peace
After weeks of violence and tragedy in Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza, hopes for a final peace agreement by the end of this year are fading rapidly. Nevertheless, Brit Tzedek continues to organize and advocate in the American Jewish community for a two-state solution, and we are pleased to share an exciting development that demonstrates a real move towards peace in the American Jewish landscape. [Read More]

March 6 , 2008
Brit Tzedek Mourns Victims of Jerusalem Yeshiva Shooting
Brit Tzedek mourns with the families of the eight killed and prays for the recovery of the many who were wounded in the attack today in the heart of Jerusalem.We unequivocally condemn this act of terror, and our hearts go out to those who are impacted by this gruesome and senseless act. [Read More]

January 10, 2008
Jewish Peace Group Seconds President’s Declaration: “The Time is Now”
Diane Balser, acting executive director of Brit Tzedek v’Shalom, the country’s largest and most vibrant grassroots Jewish peace movement, issued the following statement today in response to President Bush’s first visit as president to Israel and the West Bank this week, during which he met with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas [Read More]

December 13, 2007
Brit Tzedek Welcomes First Post-Annapolis Peace Talks
Brit Tzedek Calls on U.S. to Move Peace Process Forward, Oppose Actions that Undermine Peace, and Support an Israel-Hamas Ceasefire. “The events of the past weeks, which have so clearly created obstacles to relaunching peace talks, underscore the critical need for sustained and active U.S. engagement to ensure that both sides abide by their commitments under the Roadmap and avoid taking actions that undermine the peace process,” said Brit Tzedek president Steve Masters. [Read More]

November 29, 2007
American Jewsh Support is Key to Israel's Peace Prospects
Leading Jewish Peace Group Calls on U.S. and Community to Ensure Annapolis is More than Just a Photo-Op. [Read More]

November 14, 2007
More than 350 Rabbis, Cantors Urge Support for Renewed Peace Talks
In just three days since its issuance, more than 350 rabbis and cantors from across the country have signed a call urging American Jews to support Israeli-Palestinian peace talks at the upcoming Annapolis conference and to hold every presidential candidate accountable to a genuine pro-Israel agenda that requires a negotiated two-state solution. [Read More]

October 16, 2007
Brit Tzedek Welcomes Rice’s Call for Clarification on E-1 Plans
Brit Tzedek v'Shalom welcomed Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's call for the Israeli government to clarify its plans to expropriate a significant swath of Palestinian land in the West Bank, known as the E-1 region. [Read More]

September 28, 2007
Gaza Offensive Will Enflame Tensions, Hinder Peace Prospects
Brit Tzedek vShalom, the Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace, calls on the White House to urge Israel to reach a ceasefire with Hamas, whether through backchannel talks, a neutral third-party or other indirect forms of diplomacy. [Read More]

September 24, 2007
Brit Tzedek Welcomes the Prospect of Syrias Inclusion in Peace Conference
Brit Tzedek v'Shalom, the Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace, welcomes United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rices statement that Syria, Lebanon, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Egypt were "natural invitees" to the U.S.-hosted international peace conference planned for November. [Read More]

June 18, 2007
Jewish Activists Go to the Hill as Olmert, Bush Meet
As President Bush meets with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert in Washington on Tuesday, more than 100 Jewish activists from across America will hold meetings on Capitol Hill to call on the United States to take immediate action to reverse its policy of neglect towards resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. [Read More]

May 25 , 2007
Rabbis Urged to Discuss Impact of Occupation in ?67 Anniversary Observances

February 15 , 2007
New Campaign Calls on American Jews to Talk More

December 7, 2006
Brit Tzedek v'Shalom Lauds Baker-Hamilton Recommendations

September 15, 2006
300 Rabbis Call on Jewish Community to "Seek Peace and Pursue It"

July 13, 2006
Group Calls for US Intervention to Prevent Full-Scale Arab-Israeli War

May 24, 2006
Brit Tzedek v'Shalom Responds to Israeli Prime Minister's Washington Visit

March 6, 2006
Nearly 400 Rabbis Urge President to Preserve Prospects for Peace

December 20, 2005
Massive Grassroots Mobilization Pays Off for Hyde-Capps Letter

December 14, 2005
Brit Tzedek v’Shalom Condemns Iranian President Ahmadinejad’s Attack on Israel

December 5, 2005
Brit Tzedek Builds Grassroots Support for Hyde-Capps Letter

August 18, 2005
Water, Justice, and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

June 22, 2005
Brit Tzedek v'Shalom delegation goes to Capitol Hill

May 30, 2005
Jewish Peace Group Commends Bush for May 26 Commitments

April 10, 2005
Israeli and Palestinian Speakers Look Beyond Gaza

April 1, 2005
Leading Jewish Peace Activist Honored As "Woman Who Dared" at Ceremony

March 1, 2005
Jewish Peace Group Applauds Sharon's Restraint

February 28, 2005
Brit Tzedek Commends Israeli Diplomacy in Wake of Suicide Bombing

February 16, 2005
8000 American Jews Support Appointment of Mideast Envoy

February 3, 2005
American Jewish Group Praises Senate Resolution

January 17, 2005
American Jews Call on Sharon to Re-Establish Contact with Palestinians

December 9, 2004
Jewish Group Drafts Alternative Resolution Concerning Israeli-Palestinian Conflict To Be Considered Tonight

November 16, 2004
Holy Land is Focus of Brit Tzedek National Conference

November 11, 2004
American Jewish Group Expresses Condolences to Palestinian People

September 3, 2004
American Jewish Leaders Launch Open Letter Campaign to Next President, Urging Involvement In Israeli-Palestinian Peacemaking

June 17, 2004
Former Member Of Knesset To Brief Hill On Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

April 14, 2004
Over 10,000 American Jews Petition Sharon, Bush to Bring the Israeli Settlers Home to Israel

June 9, 2003
Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace Hails Mideast Talks at Aqaba

May 1, 2003
Jewish Peace Group Presents Bold, New Plan to Break the Middle East Impasse

March 17, 2003
Brit Tzedek Deeply Regrets Death of Peace Monitor, Calls for Investigation

November 14, 2002
New Organization Presents Alternative Vision of Solidarity with Israel

August 10, 2002
Bring The Settlers Home - New National Organization Calls for International Aid

June 25, 2002
Amid Grief, Hope Is in Political Solution

May 8th, 2002
American Jews Condemn Bombing, Urge Restraint

May 6, 2002
American Jews Welcome, Criticize Sharon

April 30, 2002
American Jews Rally in Nation's Capital To Form New Pro-Israel, Anti-Occupation Organization



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