Article - Shifting Growing Palestine Support into US Policy

Since the 2021 Unity Intifada, Palestinians have garnered increasing support across the US. As a result, pro-Israel lobbies have ramped up their efforts to criminalize Palestine advocacy and quash Palestine solidarity on Capitol Hill. What does this shifting terrain signify for the Palestine solidarity movement in the US and for US policy on Palestine? What can Palestinians in Palestine and the US do to translate this growing support into actionable policy?

Join Al-Shabaka’s policy analyst and board member, Zaha Hassan, and US Policy Fellow, Tariq Kenney-Shawa, for a discussion with host Nadim Bawalsa about bridging the divide between US public discourse and policy on Palestine.

Al-Shabaka Policy Member Zaha Hassan is a human rights lawyer and visiting fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Her research focuses on Palestine-Israel...
Tariq Kenney-Shawa is Al-Shabaka's US Policy Fellow and co-host of Al-Shabaka's Policy Lab series. He holds a Masters degree in International Affairs from Columbia University....
Nadim Bawalsa is Associate Editor with the Journal of Palestine Studies. From 2020-2023, Nadim served as Al-Shabaka’s commissioning editor. He is a historian of modern...
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