Jewish Peace Organizations
The Jewish Peace Fellowship, founded in 1941 to defend the rights of C0s, has continuously fought for peace and justice.
Tikkun Magazine and the Tikkun Community, a progressive Jewish magazine and national interfaith peace network.
Shalom Achshav [Peace Now], was founded in 1978 by 348 reserve officers of the Israel Defense Forces who believed that only a negotiated end to the conflict in the Middle East could bring true security to Israel and her people.
Americans for Peace Now was founded to help Shalom Achshav and to build an informed and empowered pro-peace American public.
Gush Shalom (Translated from Hebrew Gush Shalom, the name means "The Peace Bloc/Caucus/Coalition") Israeli peace movement.
Jewish Peace News: Service provided by A Jewish Voice for Peace, a San Francisco Bay Area grassroots organization dedicated to the human, civil and economic rights of Jews, Palestinians, and all peoples in the Middle East; has an excellent list serve with daily articles.
The New Israel Fund (NIF) works to strengthen Israel's democracy and to promote freedom, justice and equality for all Israel's citizens. For nearly twenty-five years, NIF has been a leader in building a just and strong Israel, believing that Israel's strength depends as much on its commitment to democratic principles as on its ability to defend itself against physical and military threats. Not only are these principles guaranteed in Israel's Declaration of Independence, they are central elements of the Jewish tradition.
Brit Tzedek v'Shalom, the Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace, is a national organization of American Jews deeply committed to Israel's well-being through the achievement of a negotiated settlement to the long-standing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Interfaith Peace Organizations
FaithfulAmerica.org is an online community of people of faith who want to build a more just and compassionate nation. It provides one-click opportunities to impact current political issues and shift the terms of public debate. It aspires to be an online wing of a powerful, new progressive faith movement, like the ones that fought for independence, abolition and civil rights. FaithfulAmerica.org is a project of the National Council of Churches with support from TrueMajority and Res Publica.
American Peace Organizations