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.
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Major international media networks failed to cover the war from the ground in the Gaza Strip, as Israel barred international reporters from entering the besieged territory for the majority of the conflict. As global news networks including CNN and the BBC had no permanent correspondents on the ground in Gaza, major media institutions covered the conflict from the outside, reporting on the war from hilltops in Israel.
Gisha - Legal Center for Freedom of Movement calls on the State of Israel to fully open Gaza's crossings and to allow the real victims of the closure - 1.5 million human beings - the freedom of movement necessary to realize their dreams and aspirations.
Galloway addresses the accusations from the Jewish Defence League Canada's director, Meir Weinstein, that he's a threat to Canadian national security.
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Banned from Canada
George Galloway's Canadian speaking tour on "Resisting war from Gaza to Kandahar"
Funding for settlement programs and language services at Canadian Arab Federation
Israeli Apartheid Week posters at Ontario universities
Union leaders and members for supporting research and education on boycott of academic institutions!
Students and faculty doing public education on campuses
Discussions of Israel/Palestine at the Toronto District School Board