Pabelmont, there’s no way Al Araqib or anyone in the world should pay these outrageous fines — instead, help them pay their lawyer and fight the fines in the Israeli courts and the court of world opinion.
Amos Gvirtz, on his recent speaking tour sponsored by Rebuilding Alliance, used his speaking events to raise funds to help Al Araqib legal defense fund; raise funds to rent a bus to get activists to the village (everyone is safer when friends are there); and raise funds for Dukium to teach the youth and women in Al Araqib and 2 more villages to use cameras to tell their own story.
Amos Gvirtz wrote, “One of the most important lessons from World War II is that we should not tolerate racism anywhere. Especially in the Jewish State, we must affirm each person’s
common humanity, whether Jewish or not, and uphold everyone’s basic human rights.”
If you or other readers and commentators would like to contribute to the Al Araqib Human Rights Fund please send a tax-deductible donation to Rebuilding Alliance, 178 S. Blvd., San Mateo CA 94402 with Al Araqib in the subject line. We’ve done our homework and we’re partnering with the Human Rights Defenders Fund and Dukium in support of Al Araqib — good people.