The devastating war in Gaza is expanding, with U.S. attacks on Yemen, increasing fighting between Israel and Hezbollah, and the growing danger of war between the U.S. and Iran. The Biden administration refuses to restrain Israel, and the Netanyahu government appears intent on continuing to inflict death and destruction on Gaza, where the population is trapped in ruined cities and faces bombing and starvation.
The webinar panelists are prominent peace activists with knowledge of many aspects of the conflict. Their commentary and discussion will address possible paths toward ending the hostilities and securing a just and lasting peace. Please join us for an informative program where independent voices will speak for peace.
Dr. Jill Stein was the Green Party candidate for President in 2016 and 2012, Jill is a leading anti-war activist and an advocate for peace in the Mideast based on recognition of the rights of Palestinians and a just permanent settlement of the conflict.
Matthew Hoh has been a Senior Fellow with the Center for International Policy since 2010. In 2009, Matthew resigned in protest from his post in Afghanistan with the State Department over the American escalation of the war. He is a disabled veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps who served in Iraq.
Christina Khalil is a member of the Green Party running for the U.S. Senate in New Jersey. She has called for an immediate cease fire in Gaza, humanitarian assistance for the population, and the resignation of the Israeli leadership. She supports a single-state solution for the Israel/Palestinian conflict.
Omali Yeshiteli is a co-founder and current chairman of the African People's Socialist Party, which leads the Uhuru Movement. He is currently under U.S. indictment for allegedly spreading Russian disinformation in a case that will be a test of the government’s ability to suppress free speech. Omali has been an outspoken advocate for Palestinian rights.
Bob Suberi, the son of immigrants from Jerusalem, is a dual citizen of the U.S. and Israel, a Vietnam War veteran, and a member of the Green Party of St. Louis. He spent three months living in a Palestinian village from March to June 2021. He is currently active in Veterans For Peace, Friends of Bethlehem St. Louis, and the Center for Jewish Non-Violence.
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