Other Resources/Links

Local Anti-Apartheid Campaigns to Get Involved in

There are lots of good resources on the web about Israeli apartheid and human rights abuses in the Occupied Territories. Below are just a few:

  • The US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation has a great fact sheet and other resources to help understand apartheid in the Israeli Occupied Territories.
  • OCHA, The UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs is the United Nations' agency responsible for humanitarian aid in the West Bank and Gaza. OCHA monitors check points and closures in the Israeli Occupied Territories and produces wonderful up-to-date maps.
  • B'Tselemis an Israeli human rights organization that monitors human rights abuses in the Israeli Occupied Territories. They have detailed maps, on the ground reports, statistics, and more.
  • There is a growing movement to have international anti-apartheid weeks in February each year. In 2008, there were events in over 25 cities on 3 continents. For more info, click here.
  • If Americans Only Knew is a great site of analysis and information.
  • For first hand experience of the occupation click here to read Skip Schiel's blog and see his photography. He is a Quaker who documents the occupation.
Discrimination and violations of human rights of Palestinian Refugees and inside the state of Israel:
  • Discrimination inside Israel:
    • Adalah: The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel [view]
    • The Arab Association for Human Rights [view]
  • Plight of Refugees:
    • Palestine Remembered Badil [view]
Legal framework for Apartheid and Occupation
  • Law Resource Center. This side lists Israeli Apartheid and Laws, and violations of international law. [view]
Other useful links:
  • For updated information go to the Electronic Intifada
  • Active stills is a photo collective in Israel who documents the occupation. They have two web addresses. Their web site and their photos on Flickr.

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