Tag archive for "protest"

Justice in Israel-Negev Bedouin

THURSDAY: Demonstration in solidarity with Um el Hiran against its destruction

1 Comment 25 August 2015

RHR, as a part of the “Recognition Forum”, requests that you make every effort to be in Um El Hiran this Thursday at 11:00am. The plans being carried out to build a Jewish community on the rubble of a Bedouin village betrays the Torah’s command not to oppress non-Jews living among us.
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Occupied Territories

FRIDAY: Six years of struggle against the expropriation of Sheikh Jarrah and E. Jerusalem!

No Comments 25 August 2015

From Free Jerusalem:

SIX YEARS TO THE STRUGGLE IN SHEIKH JERRAH-AND THE STRUGGLE AGAINST THE JUDAISATION OF JERUSALEM CONTINUES!   Continue Reading

Legal Work, Occupied Territories

Susya needs you now! Demolitions expected between July 20th and August 3

4 Comments 15 July 2015

The army came to Susya on Sunday, July 12th,  and announced that there will be demolitions after Id El-Fitr (July 20th) and before the August 3rd court hearing. NOW IS THE TIME TO ACT! Look below for what you can do. Continue Reading

General, Legal Work, Occupied Territories

Friday: March to Save Susya organized by Combatants for Peace

No Comments 02 June 2015

This Friday, join Combatants for Peace in marching in solidarity with the residents of Susya, currently living under the immediate threat of forced displacement.  Continue Reading

Occupied Territories

May 4th with Tag Meir and CET: Speak Arabic in Jerusalem!

No Comments 28 April 2015

There have been recent incidents in Jerusalem where residents were assaulted in the streets because they were speaking Arabic. In response, the Tag Meir Coalition, of which RHR is an active member, and CET have organised a joint activity  where folks will ride the light rail from Kikar Safra to Mt Herzl, all the while conversing in Arabic! By proudly speaking in Arabic, we will fight violence while raising awareness of Arabic as a legitimate language in Israel! Continue Reading

Justice in Israel-Negev Bedouin

TONIGHT: Torchlight procession in Rahat for Bedouins killed by police

No Comments 20 January 2015

The Bedouin Recognition Forum, including RHR, will participate this evening (January 20th 2015) in a torchlight procession in Rahat at 16:00 between the homes of the two residents killed by the police over the last week. Continue Reading

Justice in Israel-Negev Bedouin

El Arakib in court this Wednesday: The village needs your support!

1 Comment 11 September 2014

This Wednesday, September 17th, the court will finally hear a very important appeal from Al Arakib which could determine the future of the village. There are two ways the villagers are asking for support- one is by attending the weekly vigil on Sunday at 16:30, and the second is by coming to the Ramle Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday,  at 11:30. Details, transportation,  and background below.

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General, Parasha / E-Letter

Weekly Parasha: Korah & The Intention Behind Disputes

No Comments 17 June 2014

Judaism cherishes a good argument– so why is Korah punished so harshly in his dispute with Moses?  In Parashat Korah, Rabbi Ehud Bandel shows us the intent that must be at the heart of all disputes– the serving of God and heaven, and the honest pursuit of truth. Korah reminds all of us who question the world around us that we must always do so for the sake of heaven, and never for the sake of power.
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General, Justice in Israel, Occupied Territories

Stop Jewish Extremism: Special Tag Meir Demonstration Sunday

2 Comments 07 May 2014

In light of the recent wave of hate crimes against Arabs and Palestinians, the Tag Meir (“Spreading the Light”) coalition is organizing a large protest this Sunday in Jerusalem calling for the government to respond strongly.  Continue Reading

General, Occupied Territories

The Tag Meir Coalition responds to ‘price tag’ attack in Ein Aluza

No Comments 13 February 2014

On February 10th, the East Jerusalem area of Ein Aluza was victim of a ‘price tag’ . Additionally, graffiti against “assimilation” and “Arab labor” was sprayed. The Tag Meir Coalition, which acts as a voice of tolerance and respect by organizing acts of solidarity with victims and communities who have been targeted by radical extremists, was quick to respond in a show of solidarity with the residents. Continue Reading

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