cc: flickr | Tents camp, HaTikva park, South Tel Aviv, Israel, 6.11.2011. Israel, Tel Aviv: Rachel, a homeless woman, fixes the light in the entrance to her sack in Hatikva park in south Tel Aviv, November 6, 2011. As the winter arrives, around 100 homeless people, mostly single parents and children are still living in the camp in HaTikva park, without any help offered to them by the authorities or NGO’s. Photo by Activestills
Parashat Vayera: The weekly report of Rabbis For Human Rights
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Public Appeal: How to Maintain Human Rights when Rockets are being launched from a civil population in Gaza on the residents in the South of Israel. Please send us articles/opinions/topical, practical and detailed columns to settle the dilemma.
On Thursday we will all come to the demonstration “all of us together against Amidar and for Public housing” (transportation from Jerusalem and Tel Aviv at 19:00). On Friday, November 10th at 13:00 we will participate in a demonstration in Anatot, the place where a month ago activists of the Sheikh Jarrah Solidarity Movement were attacked twice.
Rabbis for Human Rights welcomes Mark Thomas, one of Britain’s most outstanding comedian, with a special benefit performance of his show about walking the Separation Barrier between Israel and the West Bank. Join Extreme Rambling.
Most of the encampments in Jerusalem are not located near kindergartens or schools for the children of the residents. Please call our office: 02-6482757 or Dror 050-6407211.
On Sunday, November 13th at 15:30 you are invited, as every week, to join the protest watch in Lehavim junction. After the Israel Land Administration demolished 33 structures and threatened them with a lawsuit of millions, the situation of the Bedouins in the last week has deteriorated. We still need help with olive harvest because the army has not give enough permits to the Palestinian farmers.
Last Sunday we participated in an exciting event that took place in Beit Haam, 69 Rothschild Street. The theme was “Activism from a Place of Faith.” 18 Israeli civil society organizations speak out following the attacks on Peace Now.
We continue to be worried about the Civil Administration’s ongoing threats to the villages in the South Hebron Hills area (it is important to be updated regarding the legal advisor’s reply to the demand not to demolish Dqeiqa). The electricity system of Manzel, a Palestinian village near the settlement Mtzudot Yehuda, is in a danger to being demolished.
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