To return to the new Peace Now website click here.

Results matching “audio”


This is the tenth in a series of reviews of books on Middle Eastern affairs. Dr. Gail Weigl, an APN volunteer and a professor of art history, reviewed David Ehrlich's new collection of short stories.

David Ehrlich, Who Will Die Last: Stories of Life in Israel, edited by Ken Frieden (Syracuse University Press, 2013). 147 pages. $19.95

Sardonic, witty, poignant, resigned, this extraordinary collection of short stories is a welcome addition to the canon of Israeli literature in translation.

YNet - Nahum Barnea: In the land of sin and hatred

Op-ed: Instead of whining about Palestinian incitement, ministers should discuss state of incitement in Israel

On Sunday, Israel's cabinet dedicated its weekly meeting to an important issue. Not important - critical. Yossi Kuperwasser, the director-general of the Ministry of Strategic Affairs, found the time to attend the meeting and even brought along a presentation. Not just a presentation - an audio-visual presentation, with both images and sounds. Thanks to the presentation, songs in Arabic were played in a cabinet meeting for the first time in history.

click here for more


Israel's Peace Now movement convened on Friday the third annual conference of Israel's peace camp. More than 700 people braved the weather - the worst winter storm in decades - to participate, and more than 100 spoke.


Veteran Israeli political analyst Akiva Eldar was the guest of an APN briefing call on December 9th, commenting on the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, about the West's interim agreement with Iran, and about the impact of the two processes on US-Israeli relations .

Click here to listen.

APN-OC: The Role of the United States - Audio and Video

On Campus

The Role of the United States - Audio and Video

  • NPR_ChristianFunding.jpgAmerican Christian Funding Flows To Jewish Settlers
  • All Things Considered (2009)
    Report on evangelical Christian support for Israeli settlements through tourism and donation. Describes how this support bolsters settlements like those in Hebron, and negatively effects local Palestinians. (4:21)

  • PBS_AmericanJews.jpgAmerican Jews & Israel
  • Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly (2009)
    Features a story on the wide range of American Jewish opinion on Israel, with a focus on the changing attitudes of younger Jews. Includes interviews with Rabbis, activists, professors, and other American Jews. (24:45)

  • Fresh Air_Hagee.jpgPastor John Hagee on Christian Zionism
  • Fresh Air (2006)
    John Hagee is the founder of the Christian Zionist group, Christians United for Israel (CUFI). He is the senior pastor of Cornerstone Church an evangelical church in San Antonio, Texas. Hagee discusses his beliefs regarding Israel, biblical prophesy, and the work of CUFI. (25:46)

  • gorenberg_freshair.jpgGershom Gorenberg on Christian Zionism
  • Fresh Air (2006)
    Gorenberg, an Israeli author and journalist, explains the beliefs and motives behind the Christian Zionist movement. He delves into their views on Judaism and Israel, and how Christian Zionists are viewed by right-wing Israelis who share their agenda. (11:30)

  • BBC_ElusivePeace.jpgElusive Peace: Israel and the Arabs
  • BBC (2005)
    Documentary about the attempts to settle the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from before the 2000 Camp David Summit until the end of 2004. Includes extensive interview footage with key players involved, such as Bill Clinton, Ehud Barak, Yasir Arafat, Mahmoud Abbas, various Israeli and Palestinian negotiators, and cabinet officials from the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations.

APN on Campus: The Role of the United States


APN's Ori Nir was a panelist on Public Radio International's To The Point with Warren Olney on Wednesday, July 31, discussing the newly restarted Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations.

Click here to listen

Israeli-Palestinian Peace Talks resource page


This resource page will offer you background, analysis and commentary on the talks - anything you need to follow the new diplomatic initiative.


Ian Black, the Middle East Editor of the Guardian, was APN's guest on a briefing call on Monday, July 22. He spoke about the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, from the European perspective, and focused on the European Union's new policy regarding Israeli West Bank settlements.

Click here to listen

Professor Mark Rosenblum 186px.jpg

On July 11, 2013, APN hosted its founder, Professor Mark Rosenblum of Queens College for a briefing call on the situation in the Middle East and prospects for progress toward Israeli-Palestinian peace.

Click here to play.

shibley_telhami186x140.jpg On June 28, 2013, APN hosted Professor Shibley Telhami of the University of Maryland and the Brookings Institute's Saban Center for a briefing call on Arab public opinion and on how the Israeli-Palestinian conflict plays in the Arab public's worldview.

Click here to play


On June 6, 2013, APN hosted Israeli political psychologist Daniel Bar-Tal of Tel Aviv University for a briefing call on the impact of the West Bank occupation on Israeli society.

Click here to play


On Friday, May 17, Americans for Peace Now co-sponsored an event on Capitol Hill to discuss the Arab League's Peace Initiative (API) and its potential as a tool to advance Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts.


Briefing call with Israeli political analyst Akiva Eldar on the Netanyahu government's reaction to the Obama administration's effort to revive the Israeli-Palestinian peace process .


Washington, DC - Americans for Peace Now (APN) warmly welcomes the Arab League's decision to soften its peace initiative to accommodate future land-swaps between Israel and the Palestinians, as a part of an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement. APN is gratified to see that this positive development does not go unnoticed by Israel's leaders.

Dr. Nader Said Foqahaa joined APN for a briefing call On April 25 2013 to analyze the Palestinian political scene and Palestinian public opinion following the resignation of Prime Minister Salam Fayyad.

Listen here


Audio recording of April 11th briefing call with filmmaker Dror Moreh on his award-winning documentary "The Gatekeepers." Listen here.

Audio recording of March 22nd briefing call on Israeli strategic affairs analyst Yossi Alpher assessing the immediate impact and repercussions of President Obama's three-day visit to Israel and the West Bank. Listen Here.

APN Legislative Round-Up: Weeks Ending 3/1/13

1. Bills, Resolutions & Letters
2. AIPAC Policy Conference - Hill Agenda
3. Hearings
4. Members on the Record
5. From the Press

Professor Klein's advice for Obama on Mideast peace


On February 11th, APN sponsored, together with the Foundation for Middle East Peace, J Street, the Middle East Institute and Churches for Middle East Peace, a Washington event with Israeli Mideast expert Menachem Klein of Bar-Ilan University. Professor Klein structured his address as public advice to President Obama on how the President should re-energize America's brokership of Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts.

To listen to the full audio recording of Professor Klein's address, click here:

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11