Peace Now

Israeli police officers scuffle with demonstrators during a protest against Israeli prime minister B
Murderer of Peace Now activist calls anti-Netanyahu protesters ‘germs’

He also referred to the current cohort of anti-Netanyahu protesters as “evil people” and “haters of Israel."

Givat Hamatos
Peace Now asks Gantz, Ashkenazi to halt east Jerusalem Givat Hamatos homes

“This is a destructive plan that, if implemented, will fatally block the possibility of creating territorial contiguity between east Jerusalem and Bethlehem,” Peace Now wrote in a letter.

Givat Hamatos
Israel extends tender deadline for Givat Hamatos

The Israeli left-wing NGO Peace Now that opposes the project denounced the extension of the tender and called on Alternate Prime minister and Defense minister Benny Gantz to put a halt to it.

Peace Now activists warn: Annexation will lead to war

Activists protested in Tel Aviv against the Israeli intent to annex the Jordan Valley and parts of the West Bank on July 1.

THE WEST BANK town of Efrat, with Bethlehem in the background.
Peace Now petitions court to halt Efrat E2 settler building project

Palestinians hold that the portions of the land are private Palestinian property and should never have been allocated as state land.

Israeli peace activist on the Gaza border.
Hadar Susskind to lead Americans for Peace Now

The announcement comes as liberal pro-Israel groups mount a pressure campaign to influence Washington politicians to speak out against plans in Israel to annex parts of the West Bank.

E1 area of the West Bank
Israel advances plans for West Bank ‘sovereignty road' to bypass E1 area

“We’re applying sovereignty in deeds, not words,” Defense Minister Naftali Bennett said on Monday, as he made a subtle dig at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to the media at the Knesset, Israel's parliament, i
Netanyahu: Islamic Jihad doesn't absolve Hamas' responsibility for Gaza

Peace Now slams cabinet for allocating NIS 40m. for security in settlements.

Peace Now argues for two-state support at meeting with envoy Friedman

On its website, Americans for Peace Now has dedicated a page to what it calls “The Friedman File,” in which it documents all the steps Friedman has taken that it believes are harmful.

A general view picture shows houses in the Israeli settlement of Maale Adumim, in the West
U.N.: Israel advancing annexation with new settlement homes

“By advancing the effective annexation of the West Bank, it undermines the chances for establishing a Palestinian state based on relevant UN resolutions, as part of a negotiated two-state solution.”

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