End JNF complicity in displacing Israel's Negev Bedouin!

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Ben Simpson
8 years ago
Basic Human Rights

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Larry White
8 years ago
It is time to put a stop to Israe,s ethnic cleansing and war crimes.

It is time to isolate this Pariah state.

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Thomas Dobbert
8 years ago
The indigenous Bedouins, like any people, have a right to a voice and part in determining their lives!

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Harriet Lyons
8 years ago
I am ashamed that my fellow Jews can act in this manner.

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Desmond Kahn
8 years ago
I am sick of Israel's assaults on the human rights of Arab people.

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Duarte Guimaraes
8 years ago
Justice and peace is important for anyone and anywhere

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Kim Head
8 years ago
To treat immigrants better than indigenous people....that is an enormous injustice. Bedouin are people and have human rights; Israel needs to treat them as such and not as lesser beings who can be herded from their lands and homes. You would think Israel would know this better than most countries given your history....wake up; with the intentions you have I for one find it increasingly difficult to draw distinctions between what tragically happened to your people and what you do to Arabs.

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Hannah Tyler
8 years ago
This issue is important to me because I want to see peace between Israel and Palestine. Israel's continued aggression against Palestinians is undermining all efforts at bringing about lasting peace in the region.

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John Doe
9 years ago
I am a former employee of JNF. I quit in protest of the actions of Robinson et. al. This was not the first immoral action done by him and his cronies. While employed for them on the easy coast. My zone director (direct supervisor) was speaking about the then recent Katrina disaster and how it next year the annual conference should be a fishing trip "in the french quarter". This was a conference call with Robinson and another zone director. These individuals have no care for human life or dignity.

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Dr. Kim N. I. Bell
10 years ago
My family left South Africa during the Apartheid years because of their opposition to that policy as an intolerable systematic violation of human rights and potential, and as patently unsustainable and damaging to South Africa as a nation. The "ERASE-IST" policies underlying JNF's demolition of Arab/Bedouin villages similarly debase Israel and imperil its future; no country can issue policy independent of principle; doing so is always unsustainable and self-damaging.