Lara Friedman

Americans for Peace Now

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Director of Policy and Government Relations at Americans for Peace Now

Lara Friedman on KCRW

On of the biggest protests in the history of Israel is a development that's not being covered much in the US news media. What's at stake for the Netanyahu government?

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