Archiv: the Palestine Left


02.06.2019 - 16:22 [ Taayush.org ]

Ta’ayush: We Need Your Support

Donations can be via bank deposit to:

Bank Hapoalim

Branch 574 (Hapalmach)

Account no. 160213

Swift code poalilit

IBAN: IL61-0125-7400-0000-0160-213

You can also send checks by mail, payable to:

Ta’ayush

c/o Yehuda Agus, POB 360

Timrat 36576

ISRAEL

Every donation, no matter how small, will help us continue our important work on the ground. Your donations will not be used to pay overhead, salaries, or administrative fees. Ta’ayush is an all-volunteer organization and contributions go directly to covering the costs of our activities and defending out activists in court.

In solidarity and gratitude,

Ta’ayush

02.06.2019 - 16:11 [ MachsomWatch.org ]

MachsomWatch: About us

MachsomWatch is a volunteer organization of Israeli women who are peace activists from all sectors of society. We oppose the Israeli occupation in the area known as the West Bank, we oppose the appropriation of Palestinian land and the denial of Palestinian human rights. We support the right of Palestinians to move freely in their land and oppose the checkpoints which severely restrict Palestinian daily life.

02.06.2019 - 16:01 [ Combatants for Peace ]

Combatants for Peace: Our Vision

In keeping with our values, we work towards a two state solution in the 1967 borders, or any other mutually agreed upon solution that will allow both Israelis and Palestinians to live in freedom,security, democracy and dignity in their homeland.

02.06.2019 - 15:17 [ theNation.com ]

Why We, Palestinians and Israelis, Insist on Mourning Our Dead Together

(22.05.2019)

Mourning is a personal matter. When it comes to mourning victims of war, terror, and state-sponsored suppression, mourning is also a political matter—especially in Israel and Palestine. We, a Palestinian man from the West Bank who served 10 years in an Israeli prison and an Israeli woman who served in the Israeli army, are not supposed to care about each other’s dead. We are taught this constantly. But, out of a commitment that is both concretely political and inherently human, we have decided to reject this logic and fight for a public space in which we can feel pain for the dead on all sides.