We will come to Hebron until it is free of occupation
Last weekend, ultra-nationalist Israelis attacked and injured Yehuda Shaul, one of the founders of Breaking the Silence. Two weeks ago, during a tour of Hebron, Frima Bubis, one of the organization's guides, was attacked.
The violence against human rights and anti-occupation activists is not random. It is a direct result of the de-legitimization campaign, the incitement and the legislation aimed at harming civil society organizations, activists and Israel's Palestinian citizens, originating in the Government and the Knesset in recent years.
We stand in solidarity with our colleagues in Breaking the Silence and with Palestinians living under occupation. Join us on a tour of Hebron. Violence won't deter us: we will continue coming to Hebron and exposing the reality of the occupation – until the city is free of occupation.
Join us on a tour of Hebron, Friday, August 3rd, leaving from the Tel Aviv Savidor Central railway station at 08:00, returning by 16:00.
Amnesty International Israel
The Association for Civil Rights in Israel
The Public Committee Against Torture in Israe
HaMoked: Center for the Defence of the Individual
Combatants for Peace
The Parents Circle-Families Forum
Coalition of Women for Peace
Physicians for Human Rights Israel
Rabbis for Human Rights
The New Israel Fund
In accordance with a law passed by the Government in an effort to frame receipt of international grants as a breach of loyalty, we note that most of the organizations receive the bulk of their funding from foreign state entities.