General

Condemnations of recent wave of demolitions in Jordan valley and E1/Maale Adumim area

1 Comment 25 August 2015

A recent wave of demolitions of Palestinian property by the Israeli authorities in the Jordan valley and the E1/Maale Adumim region of Area C since August 5th has resulted in condemnations from the United Nations, the US State Department, and the European Union in addition to various Israeli and Palestinian NGOs and over thirty international […]

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Justice in Israel-Negev Bedouin

Bulldozers continue their work transforming Bedouin Um el Hiran into Jewish Hiran

0 Comments 24 August 2015

Today [Monday, August 24 2015], Rabbi Arik Asherman joined a group of activists who came down to the Negev  to defend the Bedouin village of Um el Hiran against demolitions.  Yesterday and today bulldozers began working on the land of the village despite the fact that the legal discussion deciding the future of the village […]

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79 Bedouin, including 49 children made homeless by administrative demolitions

General

79 Bedouin, including 49 children made homeless by administrative demolitions

1 Comment 20 August 2015

On Monday August 17 2015,  79 Bedouin, including 49 children, living outside of the settlement Maale Adumim were made homeless by the Israeli authorities in a day that saw the most Palestinians lose their homes since 2012. 

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Parasha / E-Letter

Weekly parasha: Changing directions for a better tomorrow

0 Comments 20 August 2015

The Jewish month of Elul has begun, and with it comes the call for introspection. In this week’s Torah commentary by Rabbi Miri Gold on Parashat Shoftim, we see that it is never too late to pursue justice and surely, this is what we must do as a nation – not just for the good […]

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Year course- Healing hatred: Spiritual Counseling in Situations of Conflict

General, ICCI, العربية

Year course- Healing hatred: Spiritual Counseling in Situations of Conflict

1 Comment 18 August 2015

Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion, The Jerusalem Center for Jewish-Christian Relations, and The Holy Land Trust are now recruiting participants for their next Healing Hatred course – a year-long program training participants to use skills of spiritual counseling to address the fear and trauma underlying the ongoing conflict.

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Story behind the photo (Arabic post)

العربية

Story behind the photo (Arabic post)

1 Comment 18 August 2015

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Occupied Territories

Photos: Last day of summer camp at Abu Nawahr

0 Comments 18 August 2015

Last week saw the end of RHR’s two week summer camp for the Jahalin children of Abu Nawahr. It was an extremely successful session, and everyone – including our volunteers and teachers – had a marvellous time. 

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Legal Work

Save Susya: All donations up to 10,000 pounds to be doubled!

1 Comment 17 August 2015

A generous donor has offered to match all financial support up to 10,000 British Sterling ($15,620) to fund RHR’s efforts to save the Palestinian cave community of Susya! This means, any donation made in the name of Susya will be doubled! Click here to donate online. Please read on for an appeal from Rabbi Ascherman […]

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Occupied Territories

Monday: Selichot prayers at Tel HaShomer hospital

1 Comment 16 August 2015

With the arrival of the Jewish month of Elul – a month dedicated to repentance before the High holidays – Tag Meir is organizing a selichot prayer event at the Sheba-Tel HaShomer hospital, where Riham and Achmed Dawabshe are being treated. Two weeks ago they were critically injured in an arson attack, believed to be […]

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Occupied Territories

Photos: Music workshop with Jahalin Bedouin children

0 Comments 13 August 2015

The Jahalin children at RHR’s summer camp in Abu Nawahr 1 and Abu Nawahr 2  were treated this week to a music workshop run by Danny Felsteiner Mekori of Musicians without Borders.

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