Exclusive Milestone 1.
INJUSTICE IN THE JUDICIARY OF ISRAEL
To help Israeli lawyers to bring awareness to their work against corruption in Israel
It is difficult to watch, painful and harrowing at times. But these are the true stories from Israel of people who are fighting corruption against tax, gas, police, welfare, courts, judges and have nowhere to go but to international arenas for lawsuits or the UN or Hague. Their plight is unknown due to the political smokescreens. One in 3 children are hungry, over a million Israelis cannot leave, and foreign nationals also held against their will. They want a better country, and are still loyal to the land.
These articles I publish are focussed on Israeli people, and not on the political landscape which so often hides what is happening to them. They are crying out to the world to listen, but due to censorship very little is known.
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Risks and Challenges
It is always a risk for me to write the stories given to me by the Israeli people themselves. They risk their freedom and sometimes their lives. I don't know each time I travel that I will be allowed to enter into Israel. Speaking against the system is not to speak against the people, for they are not their government. There is no independent ombudsman for the people to go to, and over the years they are growing in numbers as they want to tell their stories. The Israeli government more often will censor the articles written inside the country and therefore there is no option but to publish outside so the stories can be taken back into Israel. Activists and bloggers are constantly targetted, arrested and convicted for speaking out.
It is a challenge for readers to believe what is written, but the articles come from the people themselves and are always verifiable by leading lawyers in Israel.
I need support to continue this work, as it can and does save lives.