IRAC fighting for freedom of speech


Anyone who wants to experience the Wild Wild East should try driving in Israel. You’ll witness Israeli chutzpah, surprising improvisations usually reserved for stunt drivers, and an ambivalent approach to law and order.

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IRAC's continuing fight against incitement

Days after an incitement campaign was launched against Israel's President Reuven Rivlin, the right-wing organization Im Tirzu released a video accusing four Israeli human rights activists of being traitors. Their headshots were shown clipped to dossiers that labeled them foreign "moles."  For what?  For documenting human rights abuses in the occupied territories, and for opposing torture and abuses of power committed by Israel's security forces.

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IRAC wins appeal allowing Class Action lawsuits fighting discrimination

I was interviewed last week on Radio Kol Barama. 105.7 FM. It is a publicly funded ultra-Orthodox radio station that, until recently, never allowed women to speak or be heard on the air.

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IRAC continues to help after 30 Years of Aliyah from Ethiopia

I am a tough cookie by nature. I don’t tear up easily. But one of the things that chokes me up every time is seeing olim from Ethiopia getting their new ID cards after a hard-fought legal battle for Israeli citizenship.

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A new, urgent Prayer for the State of Israel

This new version of the prayer for Israel urges you to look outward rather than upward, and affect reality with your own two hands.

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