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PeaceCast is a podcast produced in Washington by Americans for Peace Now, the sister-organization of Israel’s preeminent peace movement, exploring issues and trends relating to peace and security for Israel, focusing on Israel’s conflict with the Palestinians and efforts to resolve it. If you care about Israel, about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, about Israel’s future as a democracy and a Jewish state, this podcast is for you. Episodes feature experts, activists, advocates and scholars w ...
 
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This episode is a recording of an APN July 20th webinar with Gidon Bromberg, the Israeli Director of EcoPeace Middle East. EcoPeace is a regional organization that brings together Jordanian, Palestinian and Israeli environmentalists to promote sustainable development and advance peace efforts in the Middle East. Bromberg spoke about his organizatio…
 
This episode is the audio of a July 8th 2021 APN Webinar. Leading Palestinian political pollster and political analyst Khalil Shikaki analyzes Palestinian public opinion as the events of this summer cause a major shift in the Palestinian public endorsing Hamas' leadership and turn away from the PLO, Fatah and President Abbas. Dr. Khalil Shikaki hea…
 
Adi Granot is the research project manager of Zulat, an Israeli think tank that focuses on equality and human rights. Her recently published report addresses the status of Palestinian women in East Jerusalem. To read the report: https://en.zulat.org.il/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Jerusalem-from-a-Gender-Perspective-ENG-June-2021.pdf Anti-occupation …
 
A recording of a June 29th 2021 APN webinar with MK Mossi Raz, a former director of Peace Now and a longtime peace activist, who represents Meretz in the Knesset. Raz recognizes the limits of pushing a dovish agenda in the new Lapid-Bennett-headed coalition.
 
Dr. Norbert Goldfield is founder/ CEO of Healing Across the Divides (www.healingdivides.org ) focusing on peace-building through health in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The mission of this organization is to measurably improve the health of marginalized Israelis and Palestinians through community-based interventions. Dr. Goldfield has published…
 
APN's President and CEO Hadar Susskind and our Director of Government Relations Madeleine Cereghino explain the new policy that APN adopted in support of conditioning US aid to Israel. A recording of a June 17th 2021 APN Webinar. Hadar Susskind's op-ed unveiling the new policy: https://peacenow.org/entry.php?id=38330#.YMtsa2hKj84…
 
Jawad Siam is a resident of East Jerusalem's Silwan neighborhood. A settler organization pushed out his family members from a portion of his home by establishing ownership in court. Now the settlers are applying pressure on Siam to leave the rest of the house. Thier cruel, Kafkaesque ploy: forcing him to pay back rent for years of living in his own…
 
A conversation with two leading Israeli activists with many years of experience building bridges between Arabs and Jews. Shalom (Shuli) Dichter is the author of Tensions and Good Intentions, a vision for shared society between Arabs and Jews in Israel. He is the former Executive Director of Hand in Hand, the Centers for Bilingual Education, and the…
 
An edited version of an online event organized by American Friends of Combatants for Peace and co-sponsored by many pro-peace organizations, including APN. The event featured Combatants for Peace co-founder Sulaiman (Suli) Khatib and Rabbi Sharon Brous. AFCP: https://afcfp.org/ Suli's book: http://www.beacon.org/In-this-Place-Together-P1649.aspx Wr…
 
Noa Landau is a senior writer and editor at Israel’s Haaretz newspaper. She manages a new Haaretz initiative to amplify and empower voices of Arab citizens of Israel. Haaretz 21 (Hebrew): https://www.haaretz.co.il/haaretz21 Noa's bio: https://www.haaretz.com/misc/writers/WRITER-1.4969059 APN on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/americans_for_pea…
 
In conversation with APN's President and CEO Hadar Susskind, one of Israel's leading strategic analysts and one of its leading peace activists analyze the recent hostilities and their impact. Yossi Alpher, the author of APN’s weekly analysis Hard Questions Tough Answers, is an independent security analyst. He is the former director of the Jaffee Ce…
 
The current flareup of violence between Israel and Hamas has exposed an unprecedented dynamic in Washington in relation to Israel and its conflict with the Palestinians. In this episode, APN’s President and CEO Hadar Susskind, a longtime Washington advocate on Capitol Hill and beyond, gives a quick snapshot of this new dynamic and comments on its c…
 
May 15th is the anniversary of the most traumatic experience that the Palestinian people suffered in its history, the devastation in the 1948 war, which Israeli Jews call the War of Independence, and the Palestinians refer to as the Nakba. In this episode of PeaceCast, Dr. Carol Daniel Kasbari talks about the long shadow that the Nakba casts over t…
 
Recent violence in Jerusalem triggered a war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza, and widespread Jewish-Arab inter-communal hostilities throughout Israel. This episode is an audio recording of a webinar sponsored by a broad coalition of American Jewish organizations to discuss the current escalation.
 
This episode is a recording of an APN webinar with Omar Shakir and Eric Goldstein of Human Rights Watch, discussing HRW's new report on Israeli violations of Palestinian human rights. Omar Shakir is the Israel and Palestine Director of Human Rights Watch, and the chief author of the report. He is a graduate of Stanford and Georgetown. Prior to his …
 
What are the theological motives and political manifestations of American Evangelicals' support of Israeli settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem? Rev. Dr. Mae Cannon, the executive director of Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP), an expert on the topic, analyzes it. CMEP's web site: https://cmep.org/ About Mae: https://cmep.org/about/st…
 
Daniel Seidemann is an Israeli attorney specializing in Israeli-Palestinian relations in Jerusalem. He is widely considered as the leading expert on Jerusalem-related matters as they pertain to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In this episode, he is analyzing the background causes of the current violent deterioration in East Jerusalem.…
 
The dynamics and politics of working on Israeli-Palestinian affairs on Capitol Hill have changed over time, as have the dynamics of advancing progressive sensibilities in Congress. This episode is a recording of a special APN webinar with Wisconsin Democrat Rep. Mark Pocan, one of the House leading progressives, focusing on these topics. APN's Pres…
 
The upcoming May 22nd Palestinian parliamentary elections are a landmark event, which both indicates and enhances the vitality of Palestinian public life. This episode is an edited version of an April 16th 2021 webinar in which veteran Palestinian journalist Daoud Kuttab comments on the preparations for the elections - the first Palestinian nationa…
 
The co-director of Peace Now's Settlement Watch Project commenting on Do Not Settle, a new report that urges policy makers not to settle for a differentiation between "more damaging" and "less damaging" settlements in the West Bank. For more, watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGX21PU8R0k&ab_channel=JStreet Contact Ori: onir@peacenow…
 
The definition of antisemitism, which many consider to be intuitive, has recently become controversial. Now, there are three definitions trending. In addition to the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) “working definition of antisemitism,” there is the new Nexus definition, and the Jerusalem Declaration on Antisemitism (JDA), whic…
 
When you listen to Maxwell (Max) Hyman, you have to remind yourself that he is only 16. This talented teen started an initiative, Teens for Peace in the Middle East, to bridge the gap of alienation, animosity, and ignorance between Israelis and Palestinian teens, and to get American teens to care about the conflict. This episode features a conversa…
 
This episode is a recording of an APN webinar with Bernard Avishai and Sam Bahour, the co-authors of a recent New York Times article laying out the benefits of an Israeli-Palestinian confederation, as a possible version of a two-state solution. Bernard Avishai is an American-Israeli writer and professor living in Jerusalem. Sam Bahour is an America…
 
The international Criminal Court (ICC) recently ruled that it has jurisdiction over the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip — territories under Israeli occupation since 1967. This opens the path for the ICC to launch formal investigations against war crimes suspects, whether Israelis or Palestinians. In this recording of an APN February 23…
 
Shira Efron and Daniel Egel are co-authors of a unique Rand Corporation report analyzing the attitudes of Israelis and Palestinians toward five different possible outcomes of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In this episode they share somber insights from the data analysis. Shira's bio is here, and Daniel's bio is here. The report is here. Write t…
 
Israelis are going to the polls. Again. For the fourth time in two years. Political analyst and pollster Dr. Dahlia Scheindlin Analyzes Israel's political scene as the March 23rd elections approach. Dr. Scheindlin is a public opinion expert and an international political and strategic consultant, as well as a scholar and a writer. She has advised a…
 
A recording of a webinar on the current state of Palestinian politics with three rounds of elections on the horizon. Our guest was Zaha Hassan, a visiting fellow, at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace here in Washington, and an expert on Palestinian politics. She is a human rights lawyer, and in the past was the coordinator and senior l…
 
This episode, in collaboration with the New Israel Fund, is a slightly edited recording of a January 28th 2021 panel discussion introducing a report by three Israeli organizations, Yesh Din, Physicians for Human Rights Israel (PHRI), and Breaking the Silence. The report documents the practice that is so associated with Israel’s military occupation …
 
Dr. Zachary Foster is a scholar whose PhD dissertation analyzes and explains why people began to think of themselves as Palestinian in the late 19th century and early 20th century. He surveyed the history of the name "Palestine," combing books, documents, and maps. Zachary's dissertation: https://dataspace.princeton.edu/handle/88435/dsp01g732dc66g …
 
Tal Schneider is an award-winning Israeli political correspondent and analyst - one of Israel’s leading journalists. Currently with The Times of Israel – she just started there last week -- and formerly with Israel’s economic daily Globes, Schneider was also the Washington bureau chief of Maariv. In this episode, a recording of an APN January 11th …
 
APN webinar with Daniel Levy -- another in a series on the impact on Israel-Palestine of the transition from the Trump administration to the Biden-Harris administration. Levy is the President of the U.S./ Middle East Project (USMEP). Daniel Levy's bio: https://www.usmep.us/daniel-levy/ USMEP's report, co-authored with the ICG: https://www.usmep.us/…
 
Veteran Israeli journalist and social activist Eliezer (Gezer) Yaari talks about his efforts to Make East Jerusalem's Palestinian population accessible to Israeli Jews, and speculates that Israeli-Palestinian peacemakers may want to leverage Jerusalem's coexistence mechanisms as a launching point for future peace. Yaari's book Beyond the Mountains …
 
John Lyndon is the executive director of the Alliance for Middle East Peace (ALLMEP) and Kevin Rachlin is ALLMEP's US director. In this episode they talk about ALLMEP’s recent success: passing the Middle East Partnership for Peace Act, a law that provides a large infusion of funds for Israeli-Palestinian peacebuilding organizations and initiatives.…
 
Tamara Cofman Wittes is a co-author of a new report, a blueprint for a new policy on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict for the Biden administration To view and download the Center for a New American Security report: https://www.cnas.org/publications/reports/a-new-u-s-strategy-for-the-israeli-palestinian-conflict To make an end-of-year donation to AP…
 
A recording of a December 22nd 2020 webinar with Anders Persson, a professor at Linnaeus University in Sweden, an expert on the European Union's policy on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Persson has written four books on this topic. His fourth was just published. It’s titled EU Diplomacy and the Israeli-Arab Conflict, 1967–2019. Write to Ori: oni…
 
A conversation with Vera Baboun, the former mayor of Bethlehem (2012-2017) about the challenges facing her town this Christmas season, and about peace: the yearning for peace, and the prospects for peace between Israelis and Palestinians. Mayor Baboun's Wikipedia entry: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vera_Baboun Contact Ori Nir: onir@peacenow.org Do…
 
Dr. Ashrawi discusses the Palestinian perspective on the transition and examined the state of US-Palestinian relations after Donald Trump’s four years in the White House. She commented on the Palestinian leadership’s efforts to push the reset button on the relationship with the US as President-elect Biden prepares to enter the Oval Office next mont…
 
Hagit Ofran of Peace Now’s Settlement Watch Project, is one of the world’s leading experts on the subject. In this webinar, she examined the Trump administration’s legacy regarding settlements and what the Biden administration will need to do to reverse Trump’s radical shift from America’s traditional policy on this issue. This webinar is part of A…
 
A recording of a webinar with Yossi Alper, one of Israel’s leading strategic affairs analysts, addressing how the transition from Trump to Biden is viewed in Israel, how dealing with a Biden administration might alter Israeli government policies and priorities, and how Israel’s conservative government would adapt to a worldview diametrically oppose…
 
Dahlia Scheindlin is an Israel-based public opinion expert and an international political and strategic consultant, as well as a scholar and a writer. She is also a podcaster. Her latest project is a mini-series of podcast episodes on West Bank settlements, titled Israeli Settlements 360: What Everyone Needs to Know. On this episode, Dahlia talks a…
 
Palestinians don’t see Joe Biden as a savior. Far from it. But the end of the demise of the Trump administration, the worse period ever in US-Palestinian relations, is viewed by many Palestinians as an opportunity to push the reset button not only on their relations with Washington but also on intra-Palestinian politics. Discussing Palestinian poli…
 
Elizabeth Campbell is director of UNRWA’s Representative Office in Washington, D.C. Prior to joining UNRWA, Campbell was the senior humanitarian policy advisor in the Bureau of International Organization Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, where she worked on refugee and humanitarian issues in the United Nations system. In this episode, Campbe…
 
Shortly after the eruption of the second intifada, a veteran senior Israeli intelligence officer, Brig. Gen. (Res.) Yossi Ben-Ari, was appointed to examine whether PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat had planned in advance to ignite the violent flames and actually did so. His conclusions: Arafat did not. His report was never shared with Israeli decision mak…
 
Rafi Nets-Zehngut’s new book (currently in Hebrew only) focuses on the collective memory among Israeli Jews of the question of the Palestinian exodus from Palestine during the 1948 war, the war that Israeli Jews refer to as the War of Independence and that the Palestinians refer to as the Naqba, the catastrophe. One of his most intriguing and surpr…
 
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