Israeli League for Human and Civil Rights

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From 1970 this human rights group was chaired by Israel Shahak. It was briefly a member of the International League for Human Rights but was suspended in 1973.[1] This was related to the organisation's 1972 AGM, on 16 November, which was broken up by some 200 members of the Young Israeli Labour Party [2] assisted by members of the GSS.[3] Both Uri Davis and Felicia Langer have served as vice-chair.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chomsky, Noam, "The Fateful Triangle - The United States, Israel and the Palestinians." 1983. ISBN 0-86104-741-9. Page 142.
  2. ^ Israeli League for Human and Civil Rights: The Shahak Papers. Compiled and Edited by Adnan Amad // Palestine Research Center, Beirut, Lebanon, September 1973
  3. ^ Raks, Louis, Union of Liberal Students, "Political Prisoners and Human Rights in Israel." Introduction by Peter Hain and Andrew Ellis. Page i.