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?

Israel, the West Bank and the Palestinians at the UN

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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Israel's month-long protest movement has spread beyond Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

Israel, the West Bank and the Palestinians at the UN

Israel's month-long protest movement has spread beyond Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

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