Category Archives: Shattered Hopes
Al-Ghad TV interview on Shattered Hopes: Obama’s Failure to Broker Israeli-Palestinian Peace
Mondoweiss Pat Carmeli on April 26, 2015 After the attempt the previous week to cancel Josh Ruebner’s speaking engagement(author of SHATTERED HOPES) by concerned Syracuse University faculty, I expected similar push back for Finkelstein’s scheduled presentation on April 23, 2015, about the Gaza … Continue reading
ANALYSIS: Is pro-Israel money changing right-wing US politics? #Diplomacy Some analysts say pro-Israel funding in the US is swinging to the right as Democrats question a party tradition of wholesale support for IsraelSecretary of State John Kerry (R) and … Continue reading
I spoke with Ahmed Bedier on WMNF 88.5 FM Tampa about Israel’s election. Click here to listen.
RT’s Anissa Naouai’s interviews me on Netanyahu’s speech to Congress.
TeleSUR interviews me on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress:
With the clock ticking toward an Iran deal, pro-Israel lobbyists are rattling sabres ahead of Netanyahu’s speech to Congress A statesman-like effort in Congress may help Netanyahu in Israel’s 17 March vote (AFP) James Reinl Wednesday 11 February 2015 04:01 … Continue reading
http://www.voiceofpalestine.ca/?p=4635 This week Voice of Palestine interviews Josh Ruebner, Policy Director of the U.S. Campaign to End The Israeli Occupation. We talk with him about their new campaign Skip The Speech targeting Israeli PM Netanyahu’s speech to Congress in early March. … Continue reading
Shattered Hopes for Israel, Palestine By Tom Mayer Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center POSTED: 10/30/2014 07:17:55 PM MDT — —Peace and justice are deeply related concepts. That is why we name our organization The Rocky Mountain Peace and … Continue reading
Rasmea Odeh: Raped And Tortured By Israel, Now Being Prosecuted By The U.S. In 1969, Rasmea Odeh was tortured until she confessed to a crime she denies committing. After a decade in an Israeli prison, she was released and eventually … Continue reading