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WASHINGTON, March 2, 2013 (WAFA) -- American Jewish groups will unveil on Sunday 100 billboard ads in the Washington Metro that say: "AIPAC Does Not Speak for Me," according to a statement by the groups, Jewish Voice for Peace and Avz.
PNN On Tuesday 27thFebruary , the US-based Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) condemned appearance of Moshe Feiglin, a member of the Israeli parliament from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party, at an event being held in his honor in Queens, New York.
pdf Earlier this week, a broad-based coalition of 127 organizations -- led by CAIR, the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC), Jewish Voice for Peace - DC Metro (JVP), and the Washington Interfaith Alliance for Middle East Peace (WIAMEP) -- sent a letter to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) expressing concern about Geller's advertisements.
Israeli media sources said that the petition, organized by the Jewish Voice for Peace organization, was signed by such Hollywood figures as Sex and the City actress Cynthia Nixon, award-winning playwright Tony Kushner ("Angels in American," "Munich"), actress Jennifer Tilley ("Bullets Over Broadway"), Mandy Patinkin ("Princess Bride"), acclaimed British actress Vanessa Redgrave, co-founder of the Cameri Theater in Tel Aviv, Theodore Bikel and character actor and writer Wallace Shawn, who played the principal in "Clueless.
Well researched, fair minded," says the campaigning group, Jewish Voice for Peace, which has set up a petition in its support.
And speaking of the States, Jewish Voice for Peace, an Oakland-based group with chapters nationwide, has lately launched a fabulous website, Muzzlewatch, dedicated to fighting the smears and threats that the lobby has always used against Jews who want to treat Palestinian Arabs with dignity.
At least five Jewish organizations have praised the church's decision, including Jewish Voice for Peace, Rabbi Michael Lerner and the Tikkun movement, and the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions.
Feuerstein said much of the group's work is educational, with an emphasis on the need for a public Jewish voice for peace.