Friday, November 16 2001 Democracy in defence?? Racism on attack!! On Friday, November 16th 2001, Ta’ayush demonstrated in Tel-Aviv against the lifting of MK Azmi Bishara’s immunity and the “Yisrael Kats Law”, which deprives Arab Knesset members of the right to be elected, and threatens to deprive the Palestinian citizens of Israel of the right to political representation.
Tuesday, October 30 2001 Solidarity Actions with the Citizens of Tira and Tybe in their Struggle Against Cross Israel Road KVISH HOTSE YISRAEL company started working on Tuesday 30th of October 2001, in Tira and Taybeh without reaching an agreement with the people of Tira and Taybeh. The police exerted excessive force and injured many of the demonstrators. Despite the presence of people of Tira and Taybeh, and activists of Ta’ayush and Megama Yeruka, and several Knesset members, the work proceeded with no hinder.
Saturday, October 20 2001 Kfar Kassem Massacre 45th Memorial events On the 29th of October 1956 the government of Israel imposed a curfew starting from 5 PM on Arab villages which were under military rule. On that evening, 49 inhabitants of Kufr Kassem, on their way home from work, were shot dead by Israeli soldiers. On Saturday, 20th of October, on the occasion of the 45th Memorial of the Kufr Kassem Massacre, Ta’ayush gathered in Kufr Kassem to watch a documentary film, which tells the story of the massacre, to hear live testimonies by some of the survivors and afterwards […]
Tuesday, September 25 2001 Solidarity Actions with the Inhabitants of South Hebron Area During Monday and Tuesday, 24-25.9.01 , Ta’ayush activists together with Rabbis for Human Rights, and the Committee against House Demolitions have stood with the families on their lands, to express solidarity, to salvage something of the destruction caused by the army, and to support the legal struggle against this deportation which prepares the ground for annexation de facto. On 25 September 2001 a petition was submitted to the Israeli High Court demanding that the Palestinians be permitted to return to their homes. The decision of the State Advocacy was that […]