I'm afraid I cannot agree with Geof-ga, despite the fact that I
actually once knew a guy who worked as a spokesman for Shalom Achshav.
I think that for several years now, since the ourbreak of the
so-called "Second Intifadha" (in 2000), "Peace Now" is no longer
relevant. There are several other initiaves that are important today,
each reflects some of the confusion of the Israeli "peace camp" since
"The Geneva Accord"
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geneva_Accord> - initiated by Yossi
Beilin, the leader of Israel's left wing party, Meretz; and by
"The People's Voice"
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_People%27s_Voice> - initiated by Ami
Ayalon (in the beginning a former Navy admiral and a non-governmental
peace activist; nowadays an MK for the Labour Party, Avoda/Meimad) and
the Palestinian politician/activist Sari Nusseibeh.
Both these initiatives are backed by "moderate", zionist, political
and social movements. Another vocal movement (and in my opinion the
most important that doesn't involve any parliamentarians) is "Gush
Shalom" (Peace Bloc):
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