Jewish Voice for Peace: Action

Tell our Jewish Leaders:
Denounce Israel’s Increasing Oppression

The plan to build a mosque in the vicinity of Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan has predictably brought out a fresh wave of Islamophobia and calls to move the mosque elsewhere. Sadly, some of the Jewish organizations that are supposed to oppose bigotry have placed themselves on the wrong side of the issue.

The American Jewish Committee, tasked with promoting democratic and pluralistic societies, has given its conditional approval for the building the mosque as planned, but only after equating Islam with terrorism.(1) The Anti-Defamation League–tasked with fighting anti-Semitism, bigotry and extremism–has called for the Manhattan mosque to be moved to a different location.(2) The Simon Wiesenthal Center, tasked with confronting bigotry and racism, also opposes the building of the mosque in its location.(3) Meanwhile it continues to build a Museum of Tolerance on top of a Muslim cemetery in Jerusalem.(4)

They are failing us in Manhattan. They are failing us in Jerusalem.

Jewish-American political writer Peter Beinart looked at the ADL’s opposition to the mosque and connected the dots: Indifference to the rights and dignity of Palestinians is a cancer eating away at the moral pretensions of the American Jewish establishment. Last Friday, in the case of the ADL, we learned just how far that cancer has spread.”(5)

In their public statements, the ADL and the AJC have counted the many ways they’ve come in defense of Muslims, be they in the US, Bosnia, Germany, France-everywhere except Israel and Palestine. They are unlikely to speak out if the Israeli Army follows through on plans to demolish a mosque in Jenin in the Occupied West Bank.(6)

Please sign our open letter to the leaders of the Anti Defamation League, American Jewish Committee, and Simon Wiesenthal Center, asking them to denounce Israel’s increasing violations of human rights, dignity, and democratic values, including midnight raids on activists, media gag orders, crushing nonviolent protest, and silencing NGO’s.(7)

These American Jewish leaders are too often on the wrong side of issues and betray our Jewish values of truth and justice. Their blind support for Israel’s government is leading them to engage in Islamophobia and support injustices, both here and abroad. We deserve better.


Sydney Levy
Jewish Voice for Peace

(1) American Jewish Committee Opposes Mosque Too, Aug 3, 2010 (, Build the Cordoba Center? Aug 2, 2010 (
(2) The Mosque at Ground Zero, Aug 2, 2010 (
(3) Call to the SWC, Aug 4, 2010.
(4) Petition to Save Palestinians’ Mamilla Cemetery from the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s plans to Build over It (
(5) Hateful Ground Zero Hypocrisy, Aug 2, 2010 (
(6) IOF gives demolition notices to a mosque and houses in Jenin, Jul 31, 2010 (
(7) Take for example the case of Ameer Makhoul, a prominent Palestinian Israeli human rights defender, who was arrested in the middle of the night in front of his children, held without charges, denied a lawyer for 12 days, tortured, and then disappeared under a strict media gag order which was partially lifted after widespread protest. You can read more about his case in a letter we sent to the State Department last week ( Many other cases are documented here: for details.


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    Divest from the Israeli Occupation

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    Huwaida Arraf, Co-founder, International Solidarity Movement; Chairperson/
    Organizer, Free Gaza Movement; human rights attorney
    Rabbi Leonard I. Beerman, Los Angeles, CA
    *Joel Beinin, Donald J. McLachlan Professor of History, Stanford University
    George Bisharat, Professor of Law, Hastings College of the Law
    *Lila Braine, Professor Emerita, Barnard College, Columbia University
    Judith Butler, Maxine Elliott Professor in Rhetoric and Comparative Literature,
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    Rabbi Michael Feinberg, New York, NY
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    Temple Emanuel, Lowell, MA
    David Gespass, Attorney and President, National Lawyers Guild
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    Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, Founder of Shomer Shalom Institute for Jewish Nonviolence
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    Associate Professor of Anthropology
    Richard M. Harter, Immediate Past President, Mass Council of Churches
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    Nadia Hijab, author, columnist, and human rights advocate
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    Rabbi Linda J. Holtzman, Philadelphia, PA
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    Invincible, hip hop artist and activist
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    University of NY
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    School and Senior Associate in Ophthalmology, Children’s Hospital
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    *Sarah Schulman, Author and Professor of English, City University of New York
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    Founder, Taanit Tzedek – Jewish Fast for Gaza
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    Mohammed Abed, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, UC-Los
    Rutie Adler, Coordinator Hebrew language Program, UC Berkeley
    *Ammiel Alcalay, Professor Classical, Middle Eastern and Asian
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    CUNY Graduate Center
    *Kelly Anderson, Associate Professor, Film and Media Studies,
    Hunter College, CUNY
    Robert Anderson, Political Science Instructor
    *Tom Angotti, Professor, Urban Affairs and Planning Hunter
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    of California, Berkeley
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    Manzar Foroohar, History Professor, California Polytechnic State
    University (Cal Poly), San Luis Obispo, CA
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    Community Service, U MA. Boston
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    and Management, Brandeis University
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    Dep. UCLA
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    Justice; Chair, Counselling, Developmental and Educational
    Psychology Department, Boston College
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    Wheaton College, MA and Resident Scholar, Women’s Studies
    Research Center, Brandeis
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    Ethics, Episcopal Divinity School
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    George Washington University
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    Boston College Scholl of Theology and Ministry
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    Ahliyya University
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    Hilton Obenzinger, Stanford University
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    Jeanne Pahls, Teacher
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    of the Art Institute of Chicago
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    Marlene Perrotte, Sister of Mercy
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    *Rosalind Petchesky, Distinguished Professor, Political Science
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    Harvard Medical School
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    Wayne State University
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    and Reproductive Biology, Faculty of Medicine, Harvard
    University, author of “Broken Promises, Broken Dreams: Stories of
    Jewish and Palestinian Trauma and Resilience”
    Lori Helene Rudolph, PhD, Assistant Professor of Counseling and
    Women Studies, New Mexico Highlands University
    *Nancy M. Ryan, Former Assistant Professor, Staten Island
    Community College, CUNY
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    33. 5 août 11:08 Dodo Australia, Perth, Western Australia, Australie
    34. 5 août 11:11 France Telecom, Férin, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
    35. 5 août 11:12 Lietuvos rytas, Vilnius, Vilniaus Apskritis, Lituanie
    36. 5 août 11:13 Verizon Internet Services, Camarillo, California, États-Unis
    37. 5 août 11:13 Telenet N.V. Residentials, Brussels, Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest, Belgique
    38. 5 août 11:21 Neuf Cegetel, Perpignan, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
    39. 5 août 11:21 Telecom Italia, Alcamo, Sicilia, Italie
    40. 5 août 11:42 Interplanet S.r.l., Vicenza, Veneto, Italie
    41. 5 août 11:57 Belgacom Skynet, Merksem, Antwerpen, Belgique
    42. 5 août 11:57 KPN Belgium Business NV, Brussels, Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest, Belgique
    43. 5 août 12:00 IBM, Segrate, Lombardia, Italie
    44. 5 août 12:13 Interactive Network srl, Bergamo, Lombardia, Italie
    45. 5 août 12:17 Vodafone Omnitel N.V., Arese, Lombardia, Italie
    46. 5 août 12:18 Algerie Telecom – FAWRI, El Bayadh, Algérie
    47. 5 août 12:37 Moldcell SA Network, Chisinau, Moldavie
    48. 5 août 12:37 CANL DYNAMIC IP, Nouméa, Nouvelle-Calédonie
    49. 5 août 12:38 Neuf Cegetel, Nantes, Pays de la Loire, France
    50. 5 août 12:44 Belgacom Skynet, Brussels, Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest, Belgique


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