It would enable the war to go longer and cost more lives while depriving us of resources at home.
Reaching a long-term cease-fire would require clear and unequivocal action, not just polite words.
On Al Jazeera, Phyllis Bennis says it’s not the number of states that’s important — it’s justice for all who live in the region.
As the horrifying human costs in Gaza escalate, progressives are calling on the president to call for a ceasefire.
“House Republicans are using aid for Israel as a political pawn in order to slash taxes for their wealthy donors,” said Senate Finance Committee Chair Ron Wyden.
Phyllis Bennis’s recent op-ed in the Weekender is cited for providing much needed historical context for the suffering in Gaza.
Phyllis Bennis Joins Letters and Politics/KPFA to Discuss the Geopolitics of the Israel/Palestine Conflict
Phyllis Bennis joins KPFA’s Letter and Politics to share to discuss the regional and global impact of the Israel-Palestine conflict.
The U.S. should use diplomatic channels to work for an immediate ceasefire, and shout not provide more weapons and military aid to Israel.
On Between The Lines ,Phyllis Bennis on Thousands of Civilian Deaths in Israel and Palestine and the Urgent Need for a Ceasefire in Gaza
Phyllis Bennis talks about the massive death toll and danger of a wider conflict in the Israel-Hamas War.
Phyllis Bennis joins Law and Disorder to explain why the United States must call for a ceasefire and commit to ending all the violence in Gaza now.
Phyllis Bennis Quoted in Truthout: Israel Is Using Starvation as a Weapon of War Against Palestinians
A full-scale ground offensive on Gaza is imminent, even as Palestinians are already suffering collective punishment.
That means ending Washington’s enabling of Israeli violations, and instead demanding real accountability for violations of human rights and international law.
Phyllis Bennis spoke to Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! on May 9, 2023 about the United States’ role in Ukraine’s counter-offensive, and Israel’s recent attacks on Gaza
Newly released documents are likely to destroy the Palestinian-Israeli peace process.