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Israeli Palestinian Conflict: Voices

ALI ABUNIMAH
Abunimah is vice president of the Arab-American Action Network
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MARC ELLIS
Ellis is director of the Center for American and Jewish Studies at Baylor University. He is author of Practicing Exile: The Religious Odyssey of a American Jew and a recent essay about this year’s Holocaust Remembrance Day (which is Tuesday) entitled “A Revolutionary Coincidence.”

EMAD FRAITEKH
Internet director for the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, Fraitekh is from Nablus. Two of his cousins were killed in Nablus when a missile from an Apache helicopter hit their home late last week. He is in contact with people in Nablus, including hospital personnel.

NED HANAUER
Hanauer is director of Search for Justice in Israel/Palestine, based in Massachusetts.
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REV. GRAYLAN S. HAGLER
Hagler is pastor at the Plymouth Congregational Church UCC in Washington, D.C.

ART LAFFIN
An activist at the Dorothy Day Catholic Worker, Laffin was arrested with 21 others for civil disobedience at the State Department on Friday.
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SALWA DUAIBIS
Duaibis works with the Mattin Group, a human rights organization in Ramallah. Her office has been taken by Israelis. A 14-year-old boy living next door to her was shot last week by Israeli troops.

DR. ALI JABAREEN
Jabareen is a doctor at Jenin Hospital.

GEORGE ABU AL-ZULOF
ADAM HANIEH
Abu Al-Zulof, who is in Beit Sahour, near Bethlehem, is director of Defense for Children International/Palestine Section. An Australian national, Hanieh is the group’s research co-coordinator.
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GHASSAN F. ABDULLAH
An information systems analyst at Birzeit University, Abdullah lives in Ramallah.
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ABDASALAAM AL-KHAYAT
Abdasalaam Al-Khayat is a university student currently in the Balata refugee camp in Nablus.

ALLEGRA PACHECO
Pacheco is an Israeli-American Jewish human rights lawyer currently in the West Bank.

For more information, contact at the Institute for Public Accuracy:
Sam Husseini, (202) 347-0020; Norman Solomon, (415) 552-5378