Tag archive for "demolition"
PRESS RELEASE | JANUARY 14 2015
The Negev Coexistence Forum reports that Israeli forces entered the village of Al Arakib this morning and destroyed all present structures for the 80th time in recent years. This demolition was carried out despite the fact that a mediation process between the state and the residents of Al Arakib has been on-going for a month under the Deputy Chief Magistrate of Beersheva. Continue Reading
PRESS RELEASE | DECEMBER 22 2014
Today (Tuesday 22.12) rabbis from Rabbis For Human Rights lit a Hanukah menorah in the rubble of a demolished Palestinian home as a statement of solidarity and our aspiration for peace and human rights. Like hundreds of other homes every year, this house was demolished because of a military planning system that doesn’t allow for even basic Palestinian development on lands that all acknowledge to be privately owned Palestinian lands. Continue Reading
With Jerusalem in flames and terror on the rise, we must remember the small but powerful acts we can take to bring down the flames. There is still time to help Israel do the right thing, and now more than ever, we are obligated to give it our all. Please read on for an update on the status of RHR’s High Court case to restore planning rights to Palestinians in Area C, so that administrative housing demolitions become a thing of the past. Continue Reading
PRESS RELEASE | DECEMBER 1 2014
Home demolished in East Jerusalem in an area where far right-wing activist Aryeh King announced his intention to settle. Continue Reading
The Bedouin in Israel’s North live in flourishing villages, which were recognized by Israel in the 90′s. These citizens feel apart of Israel, and have had many accomplishments economically, educationally and socially.
PRESS RELEASE | November 3 2014
Israeli Authorities demolish two structures, reportedly from Ottoman Times, in Khirbet a-Twayel in addition to cutting off the village water supply. Continue Reading
Below please find an update about the on-going situation in the unrecognized Bedouin village of Wadi Naam, where five residents were arrested two weeks ago and continue to be held by the authorities.
PLEASE NOTE: Because Rabbis for Human Rights was not present, we can neither confirm nor deny the claim that there was no provocation of the Israeli authorities by the Bedouin. Continue Reading
El Arakib is once again being threatened with demolitions, this time during the Muslim holiday of Id el Adkha. Continue Reading
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