APN's annual West Coast event included the presentation of the Yitzhak Rabin Peace Award to Gene Reynolds...
January 2005 Archives
...American Friends of Peace Now sent a letter to President Bush last week, urging him not to provide American funding to pay for proposed high-tech crossing points in Israel's security barrier in the West Bank.
Americans for Peace Now (APN) asked Mr. Alpher for his analysis of a new demographic study carried out by several right-wing Israelis and American Jews....
January 25, 2005 - Americans for Peace Now (APN) today called on the Bush Administration to press the government of Ariel Sharon to reverse a decision that it took last summer to apply the Absentee Property Law to East Jerusalem, a move that effectively allowed Israel to seize millions of dollars worth of property belonging to Palestinian landowners without compensation.
Q. How relevant is the new report about no "demographic threat" to Israel as a Jewish state? Q. What about Russian missile sales to Syria?
See the letter to the editor from the Washington Times from APN President & CEO Debra DeLee...
I. 109th Congress - Key Committees II. New Bills and Resolutions III. Rice Confirmation Hearing
Special Edition: ForOps Redux HR 4818 - FY05 Omnibus Approps Bill
Q...senior security officials have issued severe warnings regarding likely negative security consequences of the disengagement from Gaza... Q. What's new with the security fence?
In a letter to President George Bush, Americans for Peace Now (APN) today called on the White House not to provide U.S. funding to pay for proposed high-tech crossing points for Israel's security barrier at locations in the West Bank.
President George Bush's willingness to make the Israeli-Palestinian peace process a top priority during his second term is cause for cautious celebration.
"Americans for Peace Now extends its congratulations to Mahmoud Abbas for being chosen to be president of the Palestinian Authority in yesterday's election," said Debra DeLee, President and CEO of Americans for Peace Now, a Jewish, Zionist organization dedicated to enhancing Israel's security through peace and to
...President George Bush will take the oath of office for the second time, marking the start of a new administration and a new opportunity to reevaluate his approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
"There is a Season..." Ad was published in American-Jewish newspapers across the country