Contributors

  • 14 Friends of Palestine CODEPINK Women for Peace and Keep Hope Alive (1)
    14 Friends of Palestine, dedicated to ending the suffering of Palestinians and bringing peace in the ME. CODEPINK Women for Peace a grassroots movement working to end U.S. funded wars and occupations, to challenge militarism globally. Keep Hope Alive,ecumenical org joined YMCA EJerusalem and YWCA Palestine in their OliveTreeCampaign
  • 3 Little Birds (1)
  • @WelshInGaza (1)
  • @WomanUnveiled (5)
    @WomanUnveiled is a Middle Eastern gal that grew up in Jordan and has been able to explore the world from there. She has camped in Petra, touched the sky at Burj Khalifa, driven through the streets of Riyadh (shhh), and partied the night away at Sky Bar in Beirut. Her home, for now, is New York. The journey continues at womanunveiled.com.
  • AAJMENA (1)
    African Americans for Justice in the Middle East & North Africa is a group of fifty-five black activists and scholars insisting that the time has arrived for an African American voice on US policy towards the regions of North Africa and the Middle East.
  • Abba A. Solomon and Norman Solomon (1)
    Abba A. Solomon is the author of “The Speech, and Its Context: Jacob Blaustein's Speech ‘The Meaning of Palestine Partition to American Jews.’” Norman Solomon is the founding director of the Institute for Public Accuracy, cofounder of RootsAction.org and the author of “War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death.”
  • Abbas Naqvi (1)
    Abbas Naqvi was born and raised in New York, and resides in Philadelphia. He is currently pursuing his doctorate degree in field of biology. He is one of the founders of PennBDS and is actively involved with PhillyBDS, along with other national and international initiatives.
  • Abby Okrent (1)
    Abby Okrent is Jewish Voice for Peace board member.
  • Abdalhadi Alijla (1)
    Abdalhadi Alijla is a Palestinian writer, essayist and professional blogger. He is a PhD Researcher at State University of Milan and the Research Coordinator at Institute for the Middle East Studies.
  • Abdallah Abu Rahmah (1)
  • Abdeen Jabara (4)
    Abdeen Jabara is a civil rights attorney in New York. He helped found the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee.
  • Abdelnasser Rashid and Sam Sternin (2)
  • Abdulrahman Murad (4)
    Abdulrahman Murad is a Gaza-based blogger and freelance journalist. His writings have appeared on Middle East Monitor and ALRAY Media Agency. Follow him on Twitter: @abedomer
  • Abir Kopty (8)
    Abir Kopty is a Palestinian activist in several movements and social change organizations focused on feminism and human rights and the struggle to end the Israeli occupation of Palestine. She works as media analyst and consultant and is a former city council member in Nazareth & former spokeswoman for Mossawa, the Advocacy Center for Arab Citizens in Israel. She holds a Master's in Political Communication from the City University of London.
  • Aboozar Hadavand (1)
    Aboozar Hadavand is a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at the Graduate Center of City University of New York, and an instructor at Brooklyn College. Hadavand is interested in politics and socio-economic issues and has written for the policy blog PolicyMic.
  • Abrar Agil (1)
    Abrar Agil is a 19-year-old British-Palestinian law student living in Manchester, UK.
  • Adalah-NY (5)
    Adalah-NY: The New York Campaign for the Boycott of Israel is a grassroots strategic alliance of concerned organizations and individuals in New York, formed to demand an immediate, unconditional, and permanent end to U.S. and U.S.-sponsored Israeli aggression in the Middle East.
  • Adam Akkad (1)
    Adam Akkad is a Palestinian-American student at the George Washington University and an aspirign physician. He is a member of Students For Justice in Palestine at GWU. He blogs at www.adamakkad.com and you can follow him on Twitter @Abou_Charlie.
  • Adam Astan (1)
  • Adam Horowitz (1738)
    Adam Horowitz is Co-Editor of Mondoweiss.net.
  • Adam Horowitz and Alex Kane (1)
  • Adam Horowitz and Scott Roth (1)
    Adam Horowitz is Co-Editor and Scott Roth is Publisher of Mondoweiss.net.
  • Adam Horowitz Scott Roth and Phiip Weiss (8)
    Adam Horowitz and Philip Weiss are Co-Editors, and Scott Roth is Publisher, of Mondoweiss.net.
  • Adam Wolf (2)
    Adam Wolf is an independent journalist based in Palestine. He tweets at @adamwolf3000.
  • Adie Mormech (7)
    Adie Mormech is a human rights advocate based in the Gaza Strip.
  • African Americans for Justice in the Middle East & North Africa (1)
  • Ahmed Moor (93)
    Ahmed Moor is a Palestinian-American who was born in the Gaza Strip. He is a Soros Fellow, co-editor of After Zionism and co-founder and CEO of liwwa.com. Twitter: @ahmedmoor
  • Alaa Milbes (4)
  • Alaa Tartir (1)
    Alaa Tartir is a Palestinian writer and researcher who is working on a PhD at the LSE. He is also the program director of Al-Shabaka: The Palestinian Policy Network.
  • Alex Kane (510)
    Alex Kane is an assistant editor for Mondoweiss and the World editor for AlterNet. Follow him on Twitter @alexbkane.
  • Alex Kane (113)
  • Alex Kane Adam Horowitz and Philip Weiss (1)
    Alex Kane is a staff reporter for Mondoweiss. Adam Horowitz and Philip Weiss are the co-editors of Mondoweiss.
  • Alex Kane and Ellen Davidson (1)
  • Alex Kane and Phan Nguyen (1)
    Alex Kane is an assistant editor for Mondoweiss and the World editor for AlterNet. Follow him on Twitter @alexbkane. Phan Nguyen is a Palestine solidarity activist based in New York. Follow him on Twitter: @Phan_N
  • Alexandra Vaughan (1)
    Alexandra Vaughan is currently living in Ramallah, working with the Central Elections Commission - Palestine, after spending time last year teaching in Nablus.
  • Ali Abunimah (9)
  • Ali Gharib (23)
  • Alia Malek (1)
  • Alice Rothchild (37)
    Alice Rothchild is a Jewish-American physician. Her most recent book is Broken Promises, Broken Dreams, published by Pluto Press. It describes Rothchild's exploration of stories of Jewish and Palestinian trauma and resilience.
  • Alice Walker (1)
    Alice Walker is an American author, poet, self-claimed womanist, and activist. She wrote the critically acclaimed novel The Color Purple (1982) for which she won the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize.
  • Alice Walker, Angela Davis, Dennis Banks, Russell Means and Stephane Hessel (1)
  • Alison Glick (1)
    Alison Glick lived in the West Bank, Gaza Strip and Damascus, Syria for six years, working as a teacher, human rights researcher and freelance writer. Her work has appeared in the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs and the Arab Studies Quarterly. She is currently working on a memoir about her time in the Middle East.
  • Allan C. Brownfeld (3)
    Allan C. Brownfeld is a nationally syndicated columnist and serves as Associate Editor of THE LINCOLN REVIEW and editor of ISSUES. The author of five books, he has served on the staff of the U.S. Senate, House of Representatives and the Office of the Vice President.
  • Allison Deger (334)
    Allison Deger is the Assistant Editor of Mondoweiss.net. Follow her on twitter at @allissoncd.
  • Allison Deger and Annie Robbins (1)
    Allison Deger is an Assistant Editor for Mondoweiss. Annie Robbins is Writer at Large for Mondoweiss, a mother, a human rights activist and a ceramic artist.
  • Allison Deger and Philip Weiss (2)
    Allison Deger is an Assistant Editor for Mondoweiss.net. Philip Weiss is Founder and Co-Editor of Mondoweiss.net.
  • Allison Deger and Tareq Alsamman (1)
    Allison Deger is an Assistant Editor for Mondoweiss and Tareq Alsamman is a researcher at Stanford University, graphic designer, and political activist with the opposition group Building the Syrian State.
  • Alon Gurman (1)
  • Amal Salem (1)
    Amal Salem is a member of the Palestine solidarity committee in St. Louis.
  • Amanda Klonsky (1)
  • Amena Saleem (1)
    Amena Saleem left an 18 year career in journalism and became active with Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) following this experience at Ben Gurion Airport. She now does media work and student work for PSC, and has driven on two aid convoys to Gaza. www.palestinecampaign.org
  • Amitai Ben-Abba (1)
    Native of West Jerusalem, Amitai Ben-Abba runs a blog and takes part in protests and direct actions with Ta'ayush, Yasamba, and Anarchists Against the Wall.
  • Amjad Alqasis (1)
    Amjad Alqasis is a legal researcher and the legal advocacy program coordinator of BADIL Resource Center.
  • amyro89 (1)
  • Anat Biletzki (1)
    Anat Biletzki is professor of philosophy at Tel Aviv University and Albert Schweitzer Professor of Philosophy at Quinnipiac University. She has been active in the peace movement and in human rights in Israel for decades, serving as chairperson of B’Tselem -- the Israeli Information center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories -– in 2001-2006. In 2005 she was chosen as one of “50 most influential women in Israel” by Globes, the Israeli business monthly, and was nominated among the “1000 Women for the Nobel Peace Prize 2005.”
  • Andraos Tarshihee (1)
  • Andrea Pesce (1)
    Andrea Pesci was born in 1969, in Conegliano Veneto near Venice, Italy. After a degree in ancient literature from the University of Venice. In 1999, after a journey to Palestine and Israel, he wrote text for a picture book, title Abraham's Children, on the Palestinian/Israeli conflict. Since 2001 he has been the director of Stella Maris' Friends, a seafarers welfare association taking care of seafarers, people working on the ships calling in Venice Port. He believes in nonviolence and in dialogue. He wants to visit Palestine and Israel again.
  • Andrew Dalack (1)
    Andrew Dalack is a third-year law student at the University of Michigan, and co-chair of the National Lawyers Guild's Free Palestine Subcommittee.
  • Andrew Haas (1)
    Andrew Haas is a sophomore at Wheaton College in Chicago, Illinois. He is currently taking a semester off to study Arabic in the West Bank.
  • Andrew Kadi (2)
  • Andrew Pollack (1)
    member, Al-Awda NY
  • Andy Stepanian (1)
    I'm Andy, nice to meet you.
  • Anees of Jerusalem (31)
  • Angela Godfrey-Goldstein (1)
    Angela Godfrey-Goldstein is Advocacy Officer for The Jahalin Association (Al Khan al Ahmar), an organisation working to prevent the planned forced displacement of 3000 Bedouin refugees from the Jerusalem Periphery. Legal opinion as to such displacement labels it a war crime.
  • Anna Baltzer (4)
    Anna Baltzer is the National Organizer for the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation (www.endtheoccupation.org).
  • Anna Baltzer and Sydney Levy (1)
    Anna Baltzer is National Organizer at the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation and Sydney Levy is Advocacy Director at Jewish Voice for Peace. Both organizations are working as allies of the United Methodist Kairos Response, the grassroots initiative from within the church that is shepherding this historic divestment measure.
  • Annie Robbins (821)
    Annie Robbins is Editor at Large for Mondoweiss, a mother, a human rights activist and a ceramic artist. She lives in the SF bay area. Follow her on Twitter @anniefofani
  • Anonymous (69)
  • Anthony Alessandrini (2)
  • Anthony Bing (1)
    Anthony Bing was a professor of English and director of the Peace and Global studies at Earlham College for 30 years. While at Earlham he began and led the Great Lakes College Association's Jerusalem studies program that took college students abroad to study the conflict. Bing is a Quaker and active on Middle East issues since teaching in Lebanon in 1967. He has led over 40 delegations to the Middle East. He now resides in North Carolina.
  • Anthony Schmitz (1)
  • Antony Loewenstein (14)
    Antony Loewenstein is an independent journalist and the co-editor with Ahmed Moor of After Zionism (Saqi Books, 2012)
  • Antony Loewenstein and Moammar Mashni (1)
  • Asli Bali and Aziz Rana (1)
  • Assaf Oron (1)
  • Assaf Sharon (1)
  • Audrey Farber (12)
  • Aurore Fauret (1)
    Aurore Fauret has recently completed her graduate studies at the LSE, London, with a focus on civil society and international development. Prior to obtaining her masters degree, she lived in Morocco for a year, working on developmental and political issues, and traveled in the Middle East.
  • Austin Branion (5)
    Austin Branion is an activist and perennial student of Arabic living in the DC area. Follow him on Twitter at @austiniyaat.
  • Avigail Abarbanel (2)
    Avigail Abarbanel was born and raised in Israel. She moved to Australia in 1991 and now lives in Scotland. She works as a psychotherapist in private practice and is an activist for Palestinian rights. She is the editor of Beyond Tribal Loyalties: Personal Stories of Jewish Peace Activists (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012).
  • Avraham Ben-Israel (1)
    Avraham Ben-Israel (a pseudonym) attended the 220th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA) in Pittsburgh.
  • Avraham Burg (1)
    Avraham "Avrum" Burg is chairman of Molad --The Center for Renewal of Democracy—and formerly Speaker of the Israeli Knesset.
  • Awad Abdel Fattah (1)
    Awad Abdel Fattah is the secretary-general of the National Democratic Assembly party in Israel, also known as Balad, which has three elected Knesset members.
  • Ayoub Shamasneh (1)
  • Badia Dwaik (5)
    Badia Dwaik is a leader of the group, Youth Against Settlements, in Hebron
  • BADIL Resource Center (3)
  • Banen Al-Sheemary (1)
    Banen Al-Sheemary is a recent graduate of the University of Michigan. She majored in History and Arabic. Banen and her family fled Iraq during the first U.S. invasion of Iraq. They settled in a refugee camp in Saudi Arabia for years. Her goal is to raise awareness about the numerous challenges Iraqis face as a result of the occupation. You can follow her on Twitter at @balsheem.
  • Barack Obama (1)
    Mr. Obama is the 44th president of the U.S.A.
  • Barbara Erickson (2)
    Barbara Erickson is a retired journalist living in Berkeley, California and a member of Friends of Sabeel-North America and Jewish Voice for Peace. She is the founder of TimesWarp, a blog that focusses on NY Times coverage of Palestine-Israel.
  • Barbara Erickson (1)
    Barbara Erickson is a member of NorCal Friends of Sabeel and live in Berkeley.
  • Barbara Harvey (5)
    Barbara Harvey has long advocated for human rights with such organizations as the National Lawyers Guild and the Center for Constitutional Rights. She is active with Jewish Voice for Peace.
  • Barnabe Geisweiller (5)
  • Bekah Wolf (2)
    Bekah Wolf has worked in Palestine since 2003. In 2006 she co-founded the Palestine Solidarity Project with her husband, former administrative detainee and current popular committee leader Mousa Abu Maria. She lived for 4 years in her husband's village of Beit Ommar, Hebron District and currently splits her time between the U.S. and Beit Ommar with her daughter Rafeef.
  • Belén Fernández (1)
    Belén Fernández is the author of The Imperial Messenger: Thomas Friedman at Work, published by Verso. She is a contributing editor at Jacobin magazine.
  • Ben Hattem (1)
    Ben Hattem is a freelance journalist based in the West Bank.
  • Ben Lorber (13)
    Ben Lorber is an activist with the International Solidarity Movement in Nablus. He is also a journalist with the Alternative Information Center in Bethlehem. He blogs at freepaly.wordpress.com.
  • Ben White (27)
    Ben White is author of 'Israeli Apartheid: A Beginner's Guide' and 'Palestinians in Israel: Segregation, discrimination and democracy'. Follow him on twitter at @benabyad and on his website www.benwhite.org.uk.
  • Ben Zakkai (6)
  • Benjamin Doherty (1)
    Benjamin Doherty is a web developer. He blogs at the Electronic Intifada - http://electronicintifada.net/blogs/benjamin-doherty.
  • Benjamin Katz-Nussbaum (1)
    Benjamin Katz-Nussbaum is a Jewish-American scholar and activist.
  • Benjamin Lawrence (3)
    Benjamin Lawrence is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and graduated from American University in the class of 2012.
  • Beryl Satter (1)
    Beryl Satter is Professor of History at Rutgers University in Newark. She is the author of Family Properties: Race, Real Estate, and the Exploitation of Black Urban America (Metropolitan Books, 2009).
  • Beth Miller (2)
    Beth Miller is a candidate for a Masters in Human Rights Law at SOAS, University of London. She lived in the West Bank for a year and a half, working at several human rights organizations. (Twitter: @Bloomiebam)
  • Betsy Taylor (1)
  • Bill Fletcher Jr. (1)
  • Bill Simonds (3)
    Bill Simonds is a concerned US citizen, physician, and lapsed Presbyterian from Maryland.
  • Bob Feldman (1)
  • Boian Boianov (1)
  • Boulos (13)
    i'm a perpetual student.
  • Bracha Ettinger (1)
    Bracha Ettinger is an artist, painter, photographer, theorist and psychoanalyst. Ettinger is a Professor at European Graduate School in Saas-Fee, Switzerland. She is based in Paris and Tel Aviv and working as an artist mainly in Europe.
  • Bradley (1)
    Senior Editor and columnist, Haaretz.com
  • Brady Forrest (1)
    Brady James Forrest is a California activist and cofounder of resistwithus.wordpress.com who focuses Palestinian solidarity and LGBTQ politics. Follow him on twitter @bradyjforrest.
  • Brandeis Students for Justice in Palestine (1)
    Brandeis Students for Justice in Palestine (BSJP) is an organization to give voice to those interested in promoting the Palestinian perspective/ narrative/ point of view on campus, and to create an outlet and framework of support for students that wish to explore the Conflict.
  • Brandon Davis (3)
    Brandon Davis is a rising senior at Princeton University, currently living in Bethlehem.
  • Brian Van Slyke (2)
  • Brooklyn For Peace (2)
    Brooklyn For Peace is a diverse network of Brooklyn residents—parents, non-parents, adults, youths, and neighbors—alarmed by the militarism of our society and its impact on our lives as well as the lives of people around the world
  • Bruce (4)
  • Bruce Robbins (1)
    Bruce Robbins is a Humanities professor at Columbia University and director of the film "Some of My Best Friends Are Zionists."
  • Bruce Wolman (70)
    Bruce Wolman is a citizen journalist who has lived in Norway and the Washington area.
  • Bruce Wolman and Phil Weiss (9)
  • Caren Levy-Van Slyke (2)
  • Carmelle Wolfson (1)
  • Carmen Andrea Rivera and Nico Udu-gama (1)
  • Carol Wald (1)
    Carol Wald is a Jewish human rights and anti-war activist, and has been a committed Park Slope Food Coop member for 17 years.
  • Caroline Pinder Cracraft (2)
    Caroline Pinder Cracraft lives in Chicago
  • Casey Stinemetz (1)
    Casey Stinemetz recently traveled to Palestine with Interfaith Peacebuilders, a nonprofit that focuses on peace delegations to Israel-Palestine.  She is the National Chapter Coordinator at Veterans For Peace in St. Louis, MO.  Casey has a Masters’ in Public Administration and Policy Analysis, obtained at Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville, IL.
  • Catherine Baker (1)
    Catherine Baker is a member of the Advisory Board of the Palestine Poster Project Archives.
  • Catherine Charrett (1)
    Catherine Charrett is a PhD candidate at Aberystwyth University, UK in the department of International Politics and she hold a Masters degree from the London School of Economics. She has been a researcher in security studies and conflict resolution in Vancouver, Barcelona, London and she now finds herself in Gaza, where she was undergoing research into the European response of Hamas’s success in the 2006 Palestinian Legislative Elections. Catherine is a feminist, an attempted nihilist and supporter of Palestinian rights.
  • Cayman Kai (1)
    Cayman Kai is an intern with CODEPINK in Washington, DC. She is a sophomore at Northeastern University in Boston majoring in International Affairs and Political Science.
  • Cecilie Surasky (10)
  • Cecilie Surasky and Sydney Levy (1)
  • Center for Constitutional Rights (1)
    The Center for Constitutional Rights is dedicated to advancing and protecting the rights guaranteed by the United States Constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Founded in 1966 by attorneys who represented civil rights movements in the South, CCR is a non-profit legal and educational organization committed to the creative use of law as a positive force for social change.
  • Center for Political and Development Studies, Palestine (1)
    The Center for Political Development Studies [CPDS] , a Gaza based non-profit organization facilitating Palestinians representing themselves "in the tongues of its own people" to convey their own message to the world and enhance Palestine's presence in world forums and international organizations.
  • Chad Austin (1)
    Chad Austin is a practicing attorney in San Diego, CA.
  • Charlotte Kates (3)
    Charlotte Kates is a social justice and Palestine solidarity activist, based in Vancouver, on unceded Coast Salish Territories. She organizes in Vancouver with the Boycott Israeli Apartheid Campaign and the Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network. She graduated from Rutgers University School of Law in 2006, works as an organizer and coordinator with the National Lawyers Guild International Committee, and serves on the organizing committee of the US Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel.
  • Chas Freeman (3)
  • Chase Madar (4)
  • Cheyenne Stern (1)
  • Chiara Cruciati (1)
    Chiara Cruciati is an Italian journalist in Palestine/Israel. She is the chief editor of the Italian web agency NENA NEWS. As a freelance, she collaborates with the newspaper il Manifesto and other Italian outlets.
  • Chicago Movement for Palestinian Rights (1)
  • Chris Keeler (7)
  • Chris Somes-Charlton (1)
    Chris Somes-Charlton is the artist manager and husband of the noted Palestinian singer, Reem Kelani. He is also a consultant on the Middle East.
  • Chris Toensing (1)
    Chris Toensing is editor of Middle East Report, published by the Middle East Research and Information Project in Washington, DC.
  • Christian Peacemaker Teams and the International Solidarity Movement (1)
    Christian Peacemaker Teams (www.cpt.org/) offers an organized, nonviolent alternative to war and other forms of lethal inter-group conflict. CPT provides organizational support to persons committed to faith-based nonviolent alternatives in situations where lethal conflict is an immediate reality or is supported by public policy. The International Solidarity Movement (www.palsolidarity.org) is a Palestinian-led movement committed to resisting the Israeli apartheid in Palestine by using nonviolent, direct-action methods and principles.
  • Christophe Perrin (1)
    Christophe Perrin is a member of BDS France. He also organises the Legal Coalition, an offshoot of the Coalition against Agrexco. He is a specialist at the Cimade [French organisation for the defence of migrants' rights], on questions of xenophobia, racism and discrimination.
  • Christopher Clark (1)
  • Cindy Corrie (2)
  • Circarre Parrhesia (3)
  • Civil Peace Service Gaza (1)
    The Civil Peace Service Gaza is an international third party non violent civil peace service in Palestinian territorial water that supports the rule of law and monitors potential human rights violations. For more see www.cpsgaza.org.
  • Claire (1)
    Claire is a pseudonym for a mother living in Haifa.
  • Clarissa O'Conor (2)
    Clarissa O'Conor grew up in Lititz, Pennsylvania. She is now an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania, where she focuses on Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies and Modern Middle East Studies and recently started working as a birth and abortion doula. She will be traveling in Palestine/Israel in the fall, where she hopes to continue working in solidarity with Palestinians.
  • Colleen McGuire (1)
    Colleen McGuire has been involved in the Israel-Palestine issue since 1975 when she spent three months there. During the 1988 Intifada she became active in the National Lawyers Guild's Middle East Committee and was the Guild rep to the North American Coordinating Committee of NGOS on the Question of Palestine under the rubric of the United Nations. More recently, I helped organize Follow the Women, bicycle rides for peace in the Middle East.
  • Columbia Students for Justice in Palestine (1)
    Columbia Students for Justice in Palestine is a Columbia student group organizing around human rights and justice for Palestinians. We follow the Palestinian Civil Society call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions of Israel. To get involved, contact us at: columbiasjp @ gmail.com.
  • Corey Robin (2)
    Corey Robin teaches political science at Brooklyn College and the CUNY Graduate Center. He is the author of The Reactionary Mind: Conservatism from Edmund Burke to Sarah Palin and Fear: The History of a Political Idea.
  • Cornell Students for Justice in Palestine (5)
  • Craig Higgins (2)
    Craig Higgins is a graduate student and native of New Orleans with an interest in the Israel/Palestine conflict, and how it relates both to Middle Eastern and domestic US politics, particularly with regards to the 'special relationship' between Israel and the United States.
  • Craig Nielsen (1)
  • CUNY Law Students for Justice in Palestine (2)
  • Dabke Stomp (1)
  • Dalit Baum (1)
  • Dan Fischer (1)
    Dan Fischer is a math tutor and community organizer living in Connecticut.
  • Dan Sisken (2)
  • Dana DePietro (1)
    Dana DePietro is a member of the International Advocacy staff at the Mossawa Center, the Advocacy Center for Arab Citizens in Israel, in Haifa.
  • Daniel Argo (1)
  • Daniel Luban (1)
  • Daniel Mackintosh (1)
  • Danya Mustafa (3)
    Danya Mustafa is a Palestinian American second year undergraduate student at the University of New Mexico majoring in Human Development & Family Relations and pursuing a minor in Peace Studies. She is currently the U.S.co-coordinator for Israeli Apartheid Week. She is also currently the co-president for the UNM chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine.
  • Darnell L. Moore (3)
    Darnell L. Moore is a fellow is a Visiting Scholar with the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality at New York University. His is an Editorial Collective member of The Feminist Wire and blogs at Huffington Post. He has also written for Lambda Literary, Mary: A Literary Quarterly, and Hyacide Magazine. He lives in Bedstuy, Brooklyn.
  • Daryl Meador (1)
    Daryl Meador is part of the outreach team for a new documentary film called Flying Paper.
  • Dave Reed (1)
    Dave Reed is a community organizer in Greensboro, NC. He has been involved in the Palestine Solidarity Movement since visiting Occupied Palestine in 2004.
  • David Álvarez (1)
    David Álvarez teaches contemporary world literature in translation--including Juan Gelman's poetry and Suad Amiry's Sharon and My Mother-in-Law--for the English Department at Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
  • David Bloom (13)
  • David Bragin (1)
  • David Bromwich (34)
    David Bromwich teaches literature at Yale. He is a frequent contributor to the Huffington Post and has written on politics and culture for The New Republic, The Nation, The New York Review of Books, and other magazines. He is editor of Edmund Burke's selected writings On Empire, Liberty, and Reform and co-editor of the Yale University Press edition of On Liberty.
  • David Cronin (8)
  • David Green (4)
    David Green ([email protected]) lives in Urbana, IL.
  • David Heap and Ehab Lotayef (1)
    Linguistics professor David Heap and IT engineer & poet Ehab Lotayef are Steering Committee member with the Canadian Boat for Gaza (www.tahrir.ca) and Gaza’s Ark (www.GazaArk.org). They were on the Tahrir when it was attacked and seized last November and spent six days in Israeli prison before being deported back to Canada.
  • David Hosey (2)
  • David Kattenburg (2)
    David Kattenburg is a Winnipeg-based radio/web broadcaster and science educator.
  • David Koff (1)
    David Koff is an Oscar-nominated filmmaker whose work has focused on colonialism, racism, revolution and human rights in Africa, Europe, the Middle East and North America.
  • David Landy (1)
  • David Letwin and Dr. Haidar Eid (1)
    David Letwin is a member of Jews for Palestinian Right of Return. Dr. Haidar Eid is an Associate Professor in the Department of English Literature, Al-Aqsa University, Gaza Strip, Palestine. Dr. Eid is also a one-state activist and a member of Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI).
  • David Samel (72)
    David Samel is am attorney in New York City.
  • David Schwartzman and Mai Abdul Rahman (3)
  • David Shasha (6)
    David Shasha is the director of the Center for Sephardic Heritage in Brooklyn, New York. The Center publishes the weekly e-mail newsletter Sephardic Heritage Update as well as promoting lectures and cultural events. His articles have been published in Tikkun magazine, The American Muslim, the Christian Progressive and other publications. To sign up for the newsletter visit the Sephardic Heritage Google Group at http://groups.google.com/group/Davidshasha
  • David Shasha and Rabbi Brant Rosen (1)
  • David Sheen (9)
    David Sheen is a documentarian, journalist, and designer who lives in Dimona. His website is http://www.davidsheen.com/
  • David Shulman (1)
  • David Zlutnick (1)
    David Zlutnick is a documentary filmmaker living and working in San Francisco. His latest film is Occupation Has No Future: Militarism + Resistance in Israel/Palestine (2010), a feature documentary that studies Israeli militarism, examines the occupation of the Palestinian West Bank, and explores the work of Israelis and Palestinians organizing against militarism and occupation. You can view his work at www.UpheavalProductions.com.
  • Dawud Walid (1)
    Dawud Walid is a member of the Imams Council of the Michigan Muslim Community Council (MMCC). Walid has been a regular contributor to the Muslim Observer newspaper and Illume Magazine and has also been interviewed, quoted, and published in numerous media outlets throughout the globe including Al-Jazeera, BBC, CNN, FOX, NBC World News, National Public Radio, the New York Times, USA Today and the Wall Street Journal.
  • Dax D'Orazio (2)
  • Deanna Othman (3)
    Deanna Othman is a Palestinian American from Chicago, IL. She currently works as the assistant editor of Islamic Horizons magazine and serves on the editorial board of the Chicago Crescent. Deanna is also a member of the Chicago Executive Committee for the American Muslims for Palestine. Follow her on Twitter at @deannaothman.
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