December 13, 2023

Bethlehem Neighbors For Peace

On December 5, the Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace hosted Israeli peace activist Miko Peled at the Bethlehem Public Library. The event became a lightning rod for the current controversy about whether criticism of the Israeli government constitutes antisemitism. Trudy Quaif was one of the organizers and longtime member of the Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace. She spoke to Moses Nagel about what took place surrounding the event.

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