Archive by Author: Ameinu Office

Security Abuses at B-G Airport

By Ameinu Office

The following is taken from The Third Narrative’s Facebook page: Ameinu, the sponsor of The Third Narrative, is deeply disturbed by the recent news of the interrogation at Ben Gurion Airport of Laura Mandel, a US citizen and board member of the Abraham Initiatives, an NGO devoted to improving relations between Arabs and Jews in […]

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Joint Letter Against West Bank Annexations

By Ameinu Office

Last week Ameinu joined with nine other American Jewish organizations in a letter calling upon President Trump to maintain long standing U.S. policy in favor of a two state solution and to oppose any Israeli moves to annex settlements in the West Bank, as pledged by Prime Minister Netanyahu during the election campaign: Dear President […]

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Third Narrative Booklet in French

By Ameinu Office

Click below to download the French version of The Third Narrative booklet TTN_FRENCH_final_October2017

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Our Concern over ‘Nation-State’ Bill

By Ameinu Office

Ameinu and 13 other liberal American-Jewish organizations* have addressed the following letter to Isaac Herzog, the outgoing Leader of the Opposition in the Knesset, soon to become the new chairperson of the Jewish Agency for Israel: We write to express our strong concerns about the Nation-State Bill, which would enshrine discrimination into Israel’s basic laws. […]

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Creating a Home for Next-Gen Liberal Jews Through TTN

By Ameinu Office

 Dear friend, As I know you’re interested in the work of The Third Narrative (TTN), I’d like to share my personal TTN story and the impact I know it can have on young progressive American students across the country. Like many others in my generation, I experienced the 2014 Gaza war between Israel and Hamas as […]

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Progressive Student at Brown U. on Antisemitism

By Ameinu Office

The following are snippets from an op-ed by Benjamin Gladstone, “Anti-Semitism at My University, Hidden in Plain Sight,” (published in the NY Times, Oct. 1, 2016, and inexplicably not posted earlier): Providence, R.I. — Last semester, a group came to Providence to speak against admitting Syrian refugees to this country. As the president of the […]

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David Hirsh on Distinguishing Criticism from Antisemitism

By Ameinu Office

This piece, by a British friend, David Hirsh, was first published on the Jewish News website, May 6, 2016, under the title “Opposing settlements is constructive criticism, not anti-Semitism”: I spoke at an event last night, a debate on whether the 2 state solution is ‘dead’, with Melanie Phillips and others. The Jewish News website has published a […]

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