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Educating the American Public About Palestine

Our sole purpose is to educate the American public and media about issues related to Palestine and its rich cultural and historical heritage.

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The work being done by students for Palestinian rights on campuses is changing the political dynamics in America. With more than 250 Students for Justice in Palestine chapters around the nation, student groups are poised to continue raising the bar higher and pushing the Palestinian narrative into the mainstream.


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Call Your Members of Congress to Vote NO on Israel Supplemental Appropriations Bill

On Thursday, a $14.3 billion stand-alone supplemental appropriations bill for Israel is set to be voted on, and we must overwhelm Congress to take a...

Sign the Petition: NO to Israel’s Inclusion into the Visa Waiver Program

Recently, the U.S. and Israel signed an MOU last week to facilitate Israel’s entry into the Visa Waiver Program (VWP). Israel is currently undergoing...

Call On Congress to End Settler Violence

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The American Muslims for Palestine (AMP) is a national education and grassroots-based organization, dedicated to educating the American public about Palestine and its rich cultural, historical and religious heritage. The organization was founded in 2006 and opened its national offices in Palos Hills, IL in 2009.  


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I want to thank AMP for being such a fantastic partner and ally in the work that we do together.
Rep. Betty McCollum
Rep. Betty McCollum
Because of your tireless advocacy, we are making progress. Thank you, and keep up the great work.
Rep. André Carson
Rep. André Carson
The work AMP and all Palestinian advocacy organizations have been doing has never been more important.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib
Rep. Rashida Tlaib
The promotion of liberty and human dignity for the Palestinians is nothing without your work. You’ve shown New Jersey and the country that Palestinians are committed to the ideals of democracy. And it is dedicated Palestinian Americans like (AMP) who keep this fight alive.
Rep. Donald Payne, Jr
Rep. Donald Payne, Jr.
I want to thank AMP because it is really stepping into a place that is not just a vacuum but full of distortions and labels
Dr. Hanan Ashrawi
Dr. Hanan Ashrawi
Palestinian activist
Public opinion is changing. And your work, the BDS campaign, and AMP’s advocacy days, and so many other efforts are having an impact.
Salih Booker
Salih Booker
President and CEO Center for International Policy

Top 5 Reasons to Support AMP


Filling the void Throughout the years, AMP has filled that vacuum and transformed into a leading national organization in the intersectional Palestine solidarity movement.


Educating the public on Palestine AMP’s educational programs have been at the forefront of the shift in U.S. public opinion by hosting conferences, workshops, and webinars to educate the public on Palestine.



Bringing Palestine to the Halls of Power For years, AMP has brought Palestinian rights to the halls of power through our advocacy work by hosting Palestine Advocacy Days, congressional briefings, and meetings.


Mobilizing Diverse Communities Across the country Through its grassroots campaigns, AMP has mobilized a number of diverse communities in the US to take meaningful action for Palestine.


Large and growing support With a national office in Washington, DC, ten chapters from coast to coast, and with supporters around the country, AMP has built a large and solid grassroots community that is continuously growing.