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Article in the Journal of Palestine Studies, "Enshrining Discrimination: Israel's Nation State Law"

Enshrining Discrimination: Israel's Nation-State Law   Nadia Ben-Youssef, Sandra Samaan Tamari   Journal of Palestine Studies , Vol. 48 No. 1, Autumn 2018; (pp. 73-87)  DOI:  10.1525/jps.2018.48.1.73

Enshrining Discrimination: Israel's Nation-State Law

Nadia Ben-Youssef, Sandra Samaan Tamari

Journal of Palestine Studies, Vol. 48 No. 1, Autumn 2018; (pp. 73-87) DOI: 10.1525/jps.2018.48.1.73

Read analysis in the Journal of Palestine Studies by Adalah Justice Project's Sandra Tamari and Nadia Ben-Youssef on Israel's Nation State Law and the organizing opportunities it presents in the United States. (Vol. 48 No. 1, Autumn 2018; (pp. 73-87))

Adalah brings vision of equality to Congress

Adalah brings vision of equality to Congress

Adalah Justice Project brings vision of equality to US Congress

Adalah Justice Project arranged a delegation to DC in September 2018 with Chairman of the Joint List group in the Israeli Knesset, MK Jamal Zahalka, and Hassan Jabareen, General Director of Adalah: The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel. They met with members of Congress, including Senator Bernie Sanders, to urge them to support a progressive vision for Israel/Palestine rooted in justice and equality for all – regardless of race or religion.

AJP at Netroots Nation: Progressives for Palestine Demand Political Coherence of the Left

AJP at Netroots Nation: Progressives for Palestine Demand Political Coherence of the Left

AJP at Netroots Nation: Progressives for Palestine Demand Political Coherence of the Left

The crowd erupted with cheers when a member of the #BlackAssCaucus claimed space in the Netroots Nation closing ceremony to offer a clear roadmap to the progressive community:

“If you’re not progressive on Palestine, you’re not progressive. If you’re not progressive on queer rights, you’re not progressive. If you’re not progressive on Black lives, you’re not progressive.”

The brave disruption by Black organizers, a now-regular occurrence at the annual political convention for self-identified progressives, distilled a critical reckoning of the left. The moment also allowed the audience to reflect just how far the tide has turned on Palestinian rights.