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Peace Now decries folly of U.S. embassy move and Israel’s Gaza policy

Monday, May 14, was a day of terrible bloodshed as well as near farcical theatre in the Israeli and Palestinian

 Peace Now protests U.S. embassy move

Canadian Friends of Peace Now stands with our sister organization, Shalom Achshav in Israel, in protesting the relocation of the

CFPN joins outrage at Abbas’ April 30 Holocaust remarks

Mahmoud Abbas' sunk to a new low in his recent comments on the Holocaust made before the Palestine National Council

The shadow that lies over Israel’s Independence Day

Seventy years after its victory in the 1948 war Israel can rightly take pride in its many achievements. Mere survival

Don’t miss The Oslo Diaries

 About the film: It's 1992. Israeli Palestinian relations are at all time low. In an attempt to stop the bloodshed,

Sober thoughts voiced amid Independence Day jubilation  

 Last week Jews in their homeland and throughout the Diaspora celebrated Israel’s 70th birthday. They revelled in this small, young

CFPN calls for de-escalation of Gaza stand-off  

Canadian Friends of Peace Now is deeply concerned about the potential for the escalation of violence at the Gaza border.

CFPN urges NDP to reject wrong-headed motion

Canadian Friends of Peace Now is very concerned about a resolution on Israel/Palestine due to be brought forward at the

A Shmooze with Luc Chartrand

Wed, November 29, 2017
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CFPN regards U.S. embassy announcement grave mistake and unnecessary provocation

Canadian Friends of Peace Now views with deep dismay President Trump’s intention to transfer the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv