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Jewish Voice for Peace
Jewish Voice for Peace anti-Israel narrative exposed in Canary Mission report
Since 1996, it has been a prominent anti-Israel group nationwide advocating for the BDS movement, especially on college campuses.
Berkeley SJP and JVP hold vigil for Pittsburgh victims, while blasting Israel
“Together we heal, united we fight,” said Students for Justice in Palestine and Jewish Voices for Peace chapter at the University of California, Berkeley, on Facebook before a planned Nov. 22 vigil.
BDS resolution co-sponsor at New York University defends position against Israel
“Criticizing a nation-state and promoting human rights is not in any way anti-Semitic,” said Rose Asaf. “I am in solidarity with Palestinians not in spite of my Judaism, but because of it.”
Campus Battles, Part 1
Crisis on campus: Anti-Israel forces and the battle for the Jewish future
These days, campuses are increasingly battlefields where chief among the spoils are the hearts, minds and loyalties of the next generation of the Jewish people.
Jonathan S. Tobin
Can pro-BDS anti-Semites redefine anti-Semitism?
Four lies spread by groups that support anti-Semitic incitement and BDS efforts to eradicate Israel need to be debunked.
Three-dozen far-left pro-BDS Jewish groups urge rejection of anti-Semitism definition
The statement, spearheaded by the anti-Israel group Jewish Voice for Peace, said the IHRA definition “is worded in such a way as to be easily adopted or considered by western governments to intentionally equate legitimate criticisms of Israel and advocacy for Palestinian rights with antisemitism, as a means to suppress the former.”
What pro-Israel Jews can learn from Jewish Voice for Peace
We need to fearlessly teach the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. We don’t really do it now because the politics of it have become toxic, the narratives entrenched and the complexities overwhelming.
Jewish Federation of Durham responds to criticism with national implications for hiring decisions
Since receiving critiques on a lack of transparency as to the Jewish Federation’s policies on employees, the Federation noted that while it does not support JVP, it chooses to “embrace pluralism and welcome diverse beliefs and opinions within the community.”
Jonathan S. Tobin
The BDS fifth column
It’s time to speak the truth about those Jews who lobby for an anti-Semitic proposal.
Who's teaching Judaism to your kids?
Durham BDS activists employed by local synagogues, Federation
The situation is raising eyebrows about the standards maintained during the hiring and vetting of professionals—or worse, that the federations and synagogues themselves are comfortable with BDS activists teaching at Hebrew schools.
Anti-Israel resolution in the city of Durham, NC, sets precedent for BDS activists
This vote is symptomatic of a bigger problem of “attaching what people know about other conflicts to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,” said Yona Schiffmiller, North American liaison at NGO Monitor.
Haym Salomon Center
What do we call Jews who work with Jew-haters?
A fringe element within the Jewish community uses language and imagery stolen from classical anti-Semitic tropes, sides publicly with declared enemies of the Jewish people, and clumsily but intentionally wields their Judaism as a weapon against the rest of us.
Major Jewish organizations back Israel’s BDS entry ban, barred group calls it ‘bullying’
Leaders of several major American Jewish organizations told JNS they support the Israeli government’s decision to prevent the entry of foreign citizens who promote boycotts of Israel.
Israel bans 20 BDS groups from entering country
Israel’s Strategic Affairs Ministry on Sunday published a list of 20 groups affiliated with the BDS movement that will be barred from entering the country.