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About AmeinuAmeinu, Hebrew for “Our People,” is a national, multi-generational community of progressive Jews in North America. Recognizing the unbreakable bond between the Jewish people and Israel, as well as the commitment to make our own society better, we mobilize those Jews who seek opportunities to foster social and economic justice both in Israel and in North America. As Zionists, we understand that a secure peace between Israel and its neighbors is essential to the survival of a democratic Jewish state. With this in mind, we build support within the North American Jewish community for a negotiated two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.Learn More
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We have no idea whether President George W. Bushâs verbal urgings or the Israel Armyâs virtual reoccupation of the territories will cause the Palestinians to end terrorism and resume peace negotiations.
Critical changes have taken place in Israelâs labor force. The result is a radical change in the labor movement and in the political forces that represent it. The source of these changes has been the rapid rise in the educational …
In Washington they run too. When I visited there I saw them. They ran down the middle of the path that goes from Congress on Capitol Hill straight to the Washington Monument, then turned right, toward the White House, and …
Yoysef Kerler was born in 1918 in Heysin, Podolye. He published his first book of poetry in 1947, and went on to become one of the major Soviet Yiddish poets of the generation following those murdered by Stalin. After imprisonment …
I am writing in response to Ariel Jankelson’s absurdly self-righteous combination of hand-wringing and finger-pointing at Israelis who criticize the left (âThe Challenge of the Left,â April-June 2002). The fallacy of his argument begins with the moral equivalence with which …
The following resolutions were passed at the 33rd Biennial National Convention of the Labor Zionist Alliance in Skokie (Chicago), IL, October 4th-7th, 2002. These resolutions will soon be posted on LZAâs website, www.laborzionist.org.