Palestine-Israel Action Group2020-11-25T11:41:31-05:00

PALESTINE-ISRAEL ACTION GROUP

Palestine-Israel Action Group (PIAG) is a subcommittee of the Peace and Social Concerns Committee. The Group’s goals are to study the Israel/Palestine conflict, to promote dialogue among the Quaker community and the wider public about its economic, social, psychological, and political costs, and to work actively toward a solution in which both sides recognize and respect the other’s needs for peace, security, and identity. PIAG maintains its own website and blog. PIAG also has a connection with QuakerPI.org, a website for Friends with a concern for Israel-Palestine, operated by PIAG member Anne Remley and Friends in Washington State and Massachusetts.

Committee Membership Term: None; volunteer membership, with the exception of the convener, who is chosen by the Peace and Social Concerns Committee.
Convener: Marilyn Churchill

PIAG Blog

PIAG BLOG The PIAG Blog (http://quakerpiag.blogspot.com) was created by the Palestine Israel Action Group (PIAG), a subcommittee of the Peace and Social Concerns Committee of [...]

About PIAG

ABOUT PIAG The Palestine Israel Action Group (PIAG) was formed in 2001 by a small group of committed individuals from Ann Arbor Friends Meeting [...]

PIAG Leadings

PIAG LEADINGS Why PIAG protests Israel's Occupation From its earliest inception the Religious Society of Friends has placed rejection of war as basic to [...]