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The diverse and exceptional range of meetings and tours that the student's shall take part in will include a lecture from Rabbis for Human Rights, the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD) and discussions with Israeli settlers and some right-wingers.
Rabbis for Human Rights in North America is placing its own ads in New York's subway stations stating "In the choice between love and hate, choose love.
Organizations like the human rights centre B'tselem, Rabbis for Human Rights and Just Vision, which supports nonviolent movements, exposed conference attendees to the worst sides of Israel's occupation, but from a place of true concern and love for Israelis and Palestinians alike.
Arik Ascherman, head of Rabbis for Human Rights in Israel, said the growing extremism of the Orthodox religious establishment in Israel reflected the increasingly right-wing atmosphere in Israel that made the expression of ultra-nationalist views permissible.
Members of the Israeli group Rabbis for Human Rights, as well as Jewish Fast for Gaza and other American Jewish activists, were present for the Bethlehem, West Bank, launch of the document.
The letter was signed by Center for the Defense of the Individual (HaMoked), The Association for Civil Rights in Israel, B'Tselem, and Rabbis for Human Rights, among others.
The man next to the driver was seriously wounded," Zakaria Sada, an activist with the Rabbis for Human Rights organisation, said.
In Jerusalem, Rabbis for Human Rights issued a statement saying, "Many Israelis will quote from the Talmudic Tractate Sanhedrin, 'When somebody is coming to kill you, get up earlier and kill him first.