Monday, May 16 2016 Israel Prize winner on why he’s giving prize money to Ta’ayush | Photo by Amir Bitan | Prof. David Shulman won Israel’s most prestigious prize. He’s giving the prize money to Ta’ayush. Here’s why. For further reading: Haaretz AlJazeera The Independent
Saturday, January 30 2016 The Israeli Media Is an Accomplice in the Occupation by Michal Peleg Read Michal Peleg’s Article in Ha’aretz: http://www.haaretz.com/opinion/.premium-1.699219
Monday, June 8 2015 Stand with Susiya – No to Demolition SAVE SUSYA: DEMAND PALESTINIANS THEIR RIGHT TO PLAN THEIR OWN COMMUNITIES! SUSYA UNDER IMMEDIATE DEMOLITION THREAT The entire village of Susya may soon be demolished due to the refusal of High Court Justice Noam Solberg to grant a temporary restraining order preventing the razing of the village. A highly unusual move, this comes despite the fact that Susya is currently waiting for the High Court to hear its petition on August 3rd challenging the Civil Administration’s rejection of its master plan, which, if accepted, would authorize the village. WATCH: Short […]
Monday, October 6 2014 Join The Olive Harvest in The Occupied Territories Rabbis for Human Rights is pleased to invite you to join us as we begin this year’s OLIVE HARVEST Every fall, Rabbis for Human Rights brings hundreds of volunteers to work side-by-side with Palestinian farmers during our Olive Harvest campaign. Our presence provides protection against possible settler intimidation, enables farmers to pick within the limited number of days that they can safely do so, and has also become an act of solidarity between Israeli Jews and Palestinians. If you would like to join us for a day of harvesting in the territories, please […]
Thursday, September 11 2014 Another Expulsion of Palestinians from Their Privately Owned Land Last Saturday, near the outpost of “Havat Mor”, a Palestinian shepherd was expelled from his land, without a warrant or a legal cause, and against the Israeli High court’s decision and the Attorney General’s orders. Watch the video.
Saturday, August 30 2014 Wadi Simsim, Tequ’a by David Shulman There is innocence, and there is the smug delusion of innocence. It’s not hard to tell them apart. I saw a lot of both today. Suhail was born in the tents of Wadi Simsim and has lived his whole life here, in the wadi, with the goats and the sheep. This is his world. He knows every rock. He never studied. He speaks only Arabic (the lush, musical dialect of the south). Yet he is a man of the world, and he knows right from wrong. He’s holding in a […]
Sunday, August 17 2014 A False Accusation, Allegedly, by a Soldier Against Ta’ayush Activist Read Shabti Bendt’s Article (In Hebrew)