Jennifer Loewenstein

Jennifer Loewenstein is a human rights activist and member of Amnesty International’s Young Leadership Group, The Arms Control Association, the Arizona Palestine Solidarity Alliance, the Tucson Samaritans, & Palestine Chronicle. She is an independent researcher and freelance journalist who has lived and worked in cities across the Middle East. She is the former Associate Director of Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Associate Lecturer in Middle Eastern and Native American Studies. Jennifer currently lives and works in Tucson, AZ & can be reached at

Forging Greater Israel: Annexation by Any Other Name

From Mississippi to Minneapolis: Leaving the ‘Abyss of Despair’

Arab Public Opinion and the Balfour Declaration

Decertifying the Iran Nuke Deal: Trading History for Hysteria

Frontline: East Jerusalem

Heading Toward a Collision: Syria, Saudi Arabia and Regional Proxy Wars

Netanyahu in Congress

Burnt Offering

Death in Gaza, Déjà Vu

Anne and Rachel: a Legacy of Two Martyrs

The Iranian Threat

Obama, the ADC and the Gaza Flotilla

How Much Really Separates Obama and Netanyahu?

If Hamas Did Not Exist

Israel’s Attempted Endgame in Gaza

Gazan Holocaust

Beneath the Hideous Veneer of "Security"

The Triumph of US/Israeli Policy in Palestine

The Gaza Crossing

How Gaza Offends Us All

How Gaza Offends Us All

Awakening the Resistance

Setting the Record Straight on Hamas

Watching the Dissolution of Palestine

The Shame of It All

The Disengaged

The Israeli Invasion of North Gaza

Bombing Syria

Suicide’s Most Willing Accomplice

Don’t Turn Off the War

Khan Yunis

Israel’s Human Righs Record