B'Tselem is an Israeli Human Rights NGO that publishes information and statistics related to human rights violations in the Occupied Territories. It was founded in 1989 in the wake of the first Intifada by a group of prominent Israeli intellectuals and politicians. Over the years, B'Tselem has become perhaps the most recognized Israeli NGO.
Site of the Week
These are links that have all been highlighted as rabble-approved Site of the Week. It takes a special site to get such an honour, so take some time and look through them.
Some links may be out of date. The internet is a transient place.
Hunan Rights Watch - Israel and the Occupied Territories page.
Amnesty International's Gaza crisis page.
Middle East desk for the Al Jazeera news network.
Democracy means the rule of the majority, but with another minority government, our country is being governed by a prime minister with only 22% support of the Canadian electorate. Whatever happened to the principle of majority rule?
It’s time for a coalition government
You are part of the 62% majority.
Be part of the change.
Elected with the support of just 38% of Canadians, Stephen Harper's chosen to act as though he has 100% of the power. Instead of working with other parties to tackle the current economic crisis, Harper's opted for total inaction and political tricks. And now he's lost the confidence of Parliament.
Avaaz.org is a website dedicated to helping people take action.
A fresh cup of coffee for your smart phone is actually an ad
campaign for Nova Scotia, promoting tourism to "a place that has
This cutting-edge broadcast initiative focuses on daily life of Palestinians in the Israeli-controlled 'H2' sector of Hebron, Palestine.