Tag Archives: Social Justice

In the Olive Orchard Lending a Helping Hand

Naim El Baida is a building contractor. He has worked across the Green Line in Israel for many years. His Hebrew is excellent, as good as his Arabic. He is one of seven siblings and has seven children, two of …

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Ameinu Trip to Israel

My wife and I used to go to Israel nearly every year – on Federation Missions, by ourselves, when we had children in Israel or grandchildren in Israel. We volunteered on Kibbutz for four months. The last few years have …

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How Should Zionists React to Moshe Silman’s Self Immolation

Moshe Silman, 57, died Friday, July 20th, from burns on over 90 percent of his body. He doused himself with fuel and lit himself on fire during the protest for a just society in Tel Aviv, less than a week …

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Eyewitness Report: Ameinu Board Member at Tel Aviv Social Protest Rally

Tonight I marched for social justice beside olim from Habonim Dror North America and members of the Dror Israel movement. I was planning to go to a Pink Floyd cover concert in Akko. The concert was postponed and Dror Israel …

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Socio-Economic Charter – Towards a Government Policy of Social Justice

In advance of the June 30, 2012 social justice rally, numerous people and organizations expressed support for this document. They include multiple Zionist youth movements, Stav Shafir of the Social Movement, Bambi Sheleg of  Eretz Acheret, the Kibbutz Movement, the …

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Help Keep Israel’s Social Justice Protest Movement Alive!

I recently returned from Israel where I had the privilege of spending time in several different tent protest cities that sprouted this summer throughout the country response  to rapidly increasing prices for housing and other basic consumer goods and a …

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