Solidarity with the
Palestinian Prisoners
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Berlin, 19 April 2017

Dear Comrades, friends, and partners in the struggle,  


We, a group of conscientious Israeli-Jews, would like to express our deep respect and solidarity with you - the 1,500 or more Palestinians who embarked on a collective open ended hunger strike to demand your basic rights. 

Given the brutal measures inflicted on political prisoners around the world, be it in the former apartheid regime in South Africa, the imperial British rule over Ireland or in present-day Palestine-Israel, hunger strikes remain a peaceful, non-violent, and legitimate tool of resistance.

The Israeli prison authorities employ mass incarceration, solitary confinement, administrative detentions, torture, and even the incarceration of minors as a matter of state policy. These unlawful practices of imprisonment are used as a tool of political repression and are carried out with the full backing of Israel’s apartheid judicial system. This system deprives the Palestinian society of its voice, identity, and collective hope of liberation from the chains of colonialism.

Caged under inhumane conditions, Palestinian prisoners who fight the “battle of empty stomachs” demonstrate once again that the active Palestinian leadership is the one located behind prison walls. From the confines of their prison cells, the prisoners embody the voice of Palestinian unity and struggle, along with the millions of exiled refugees who struggle daily for their right to return. 

We draw inspiration from your courage and determination as well as from past hunger strikers such as Nelson Mandela, Bobby Sands, Alice Paul, and other outstanding figures who had confronted their oppressors to liberate themselves and liberate others. We stand with you in the struggle for freedom, equality, and justice, until the fall of apartheid. 


In solidarity,
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ברלין, 19 באפריל, 2017

חברים ושותפים למאבק, 


אנו, קבוצה של ישראלים-יהודים בעלי מצפון, רוצים/ות בזאת להביע את הכבוד והסולידריות העמוקים שאנו רוחשים לכם - למעלה מ- 1,500 האסירים הפלסטינים אשר שובתים כעת רעב במאבק על זכויותיכם הבסיסיות. 

בהתחשב באמצעים הברוטליים המופעלים על אסירים פוליטיים ברחבי העולם, בין אם תחת משטר האפרטהייד שהתקיים בדרום אפריקה, השלטון האימפריאלי הבריטי באירלנד, או בפלסטין-ישראל של היום - שביתות רעב היו ונותרו כלי בלתי אלים ולגיטימי של התנגדות.

רשויות הכלא הישראליות נוקטות באמצעים כגון כליאה המונית, בידוד, מעצרים מנהליים, עינויים ואף כליאה של קטינים כעניין של מדיניות. פעולות כליאה בלתי חוקיות אלו משמשות ככלי לדיכוי פוליטי והן מתבצעות בגיבויה המלא של מערכת האפרטהייד המשפטית של ישראל. מערכת זו שוללת מן החברה הפלסטינית את כוחה, את זהותה, ואת התקווה הקולקטיבית לשחרור משלשלאות הקולוניאליזם. 

אף על פי הכליאה בתנאים תת-אנושיים, אלו הם האסירים הפלסטינים הלוחמים את "מאבק הקיבות הריקות" אשר מפגינים שוב כי ההנהגה הפלסטינית האמיתית היא זאת הנמצאת מאחורי חומות בתי הסוהר. מתוך תאיהם, האסירים מגלמים את קול המאבק והאחדות הפלסטינית, יחד עם מיליוני הפליטים שבגולה, הנאבקים יום-יום למען זכותם לשוב למולדת. 

אנו שואבים השראה מן האומץ והנחישות שלכם כמו גם משובתי הרעב בעבר כגון נלסון מנדלה, בובי סנדס, אליס פול, ודמויות בולטות אחרות אשר התעמתו עם המדכאים שלהם על מנת לשחרר את עצמם ולשחרר אחרים. אנו עומדים איתכם במאבק למען חירות, שוויון, וצדק, עד נפילת האפרטהייד. 


בסולידריות,
ליחצו כאן לרשימת החותמות והתומכות

Berlin, 19. April 2017

Liebe Genoss*innen, Freund*innen und Mitstreiter*innen im Kampf,


wir, eine Gruppe von israelischen Jüdinnen und Juden, möchten unsere tiefe Achtung und Solidarität mit Euch ausdrücken - den 1.500 oder mehr Palästinenser*innen, die einen kollektiven zeitlich unbegrenzten Hungerstreik zur Einforderung ihrer Grundrechte begonnen haben.

Angesichts der brutalen Maßnahmen, denen politische Gefangene auf der ganzen Welt ausgesetzt sind oder waren, sei es unter dem ehemaligen Apartheidregime in Südafrika, während der britisch-imperialen Herrschaft über Irland oder im heutigen Palästina-Israel, ist der Hungerstreik ein friedliches, gewaltfreies und legitimes Mittel des Widerstands.

Die israelischen Gefängnisbehörden wenden  Massenverhaftungen, Einzelhaft, Administrativhaft, Folter und sogar die Inhaftierung von Minderjährigen als  Mittel staatlicher Politik an. Diese rechtswidrigen Praktiken von Inhaftierungen werden als Instrument der politischen Repression verwendet und mit der vollen Unterstützung des israelischen Apartheid-Justizsystems durchgeführt. Dieses System beraubt die palästinensische Gesellschaft ihrer Stimme, ihrer Identität und ihrer kollektiven Hoffnung auf Befreiung von den Ketten des Kolonialismus.

Die unter unmenschlichen Bedingungen eingekerkerten palästinensischen Gefangenen zeigen mit ihrem 'Kampf der leeren Mägen' erneut, dass es die aktive palästinensische Führung ist, die sich hinter den Gefängnismauern befindet. Aus der Enge ihrer Gefängniszellen heraus verkörpern die Gefangenen die Stimme der palästinensischen Einheit und kämpfen zusammen mit den Millionen von Flüchtlingen im Exil, die beharrlich an ihrem Rückkehrrecht festhalten.

Wir lassen uns von Eurem Mut und Eurer Entschlossenheit inspirieren wie auch von früheren Hungerstreikenden wie Nelson Mandela, Bobby Sands, Alice Paul und anderen herausragenden Persönlichkeiten, die ihren Unterdrücker*innen die Stirn geboten haben, um sich selbst und andere zu befreien. Wir stehen mit Euch im Kampf für Freiheit, Gleichheit und Gerechtigkeit bis zum Ende der Apartheid.


In Solidarität,
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برلين، ۱۹ نيسان، ۲۰۱٧

أيها الرفاق المناضلون،


نحن مجموعة من أصحاب الضمائر الإسرائيليين-اليهود، نعلن عن تقديرنا الكبير وتضامننا المطلق مع الأسرى الفلسطينيين المضربين عن الطعام لتحقيق حقوقهم الأساسية.

ونظراَ إلى الإجراءات الوحشية التي تمارس ضد الأسرى السياسيين في جميع أنحاء العالم - سواء كانت في نظام الفصل العنصري في جنوب أفريقيا، أو تحت النظام الإمبريالي البريطاني في إيرلندا، أو في هذه الأيام في فلسطين -إسرائيل- يبقى الإضراب عن الطعام وسيلة مقاومة غير عنيفة وشرعية.

إدارة مصلحة السجون الإسرائيلية تمارس السجن الجماعي، والعزلة، والاعتقال الإداري والتعذيب وسجن الأطفال بشكل منتظم. إجراءات السجن التعسفية تمارس كوسيلة للقمع السياسي وتتم بدعم نظام الفصل العنصري القضائي الإسرائيلي. هذا النظام يحرم المجتمع الفلسطيني من قوته، وهويته، وأمله الجماعي بالتحرر من قيود الإستعمار.

ورغم ظروف السجن الغير إنسانية، فإن الأسرى الفلسطينيين الذي يمارسون "معركة الأمعاء الخاوية" يثبتون مرة تلو الأخرى بأن القيادة الحقيقية هي تلك التي تتواجد خلف أسوار السجون. يعبر الأسرى من زنازينهم عن صوت النضال والوحدة الفلسطينية، جنبا إلى جنب ملايين اللاجئين المنفيين الذين يناضلون بشكل يومي من أجل حق العودة.

إننا نستمد الإلهام من شجاعتكم وعزيمتكم وأيضا من مضربين عن الطعام مثل نيلسون مانديلا، بوبي ساندس، أليس بول، وغيرهم من الشخصيات التاريخية التي واجهت مضطهديها من أجل تحرير أنفسهم وغيرهم من القمع. نحن نقف معكم في نضالكم من أجل الحرية، والمساواة، والعدالة، حتى سقوط نظام الفصل العنصري.


بالتضامن،
اضغطوا هنا لقائمة الموقعين والموقعات

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Zohar Atai Shir Hever Shajar Rachel
Barith Ball Guy Hirchfeld Shira Ramer Wittlin
Ronnie Barkan Tammar Hoffman Adi Raz
Ronnen Ben-Arie Lihi Joffe Einav Raz
Or Ben-David Yael Kahn Tom Rosenberg
Oren Ben-Dor Yshai Kalmanovitch Arnon Rosenfeld
Ram Ben-Moshe Aya Kaniuk Yehoshua Rosin
Avi Berg A. Kaplan Lizi Sagie
Naama Blatman-Thomas Jacob Katriel Gal Schkolnik
Lena Bloch Tamar Katz Vardit Shalfy
Haim Bresheeth Yehudit Keshet Avi Shavit
Edith Breslauer Ronit Lentin Irene Shemaria
Asaf Calderon Noa Lerner Adi Shosberger
Zohar Chamberlain Regev Sonya Levene Selina Shulamit Steiner
Alona Cohen Rachel Lever Richard Silverstein
Tamar Cohen Ayala Levinger Stavit Sinai
Judith Cravitz Shimon Levy Eyal Sivan
Guy Davidi Amnon Lotan Kobi Snitz
Eran Efrati Orly Lubin Talila Stan
Debby Farber Ya'acov Manor Shelly Steinberg
Pnina Feiler Naomi Mark Nuni Tal
Tali Feld Gleiser Guy Meltzer Tzvia Thier
Erez Fogel Abraham Melzer Uri Thier
Ruth Fruchtman Ron Merom Daniel Waterman
Michal Gamily Dorit Naaman Shahaf Weisbein
Neta Golan Ofer Neiman Einat Weizman
Niva Grunzweig Lorien Newman Stephen Wright
Anat Gutman Jonathan Ofir Smadar Yaaron
Amos Gvirtz Hava Oz Ofra Yeshua-Lyth
Gony Halevi Maya Pasternak Arnon Zangvil
Joseph Halevi Nurit Peled-Elhanan I. Zohar
Roni Hammermann Ayelet Politi Kenan Zohar
Dina Hecht Yael Politi Mairav Zonszein
Iris Hefets Peretz Povolonsky

Endorsers:
Jewish Voice for Peace, New York City Martin Forberg, Berlin Natalia Mcmahon, Belfast, Ireland
Jewish Voice for a Just Peace in the Middle East, Germany Brandon Fox, Leeds, UK Susie Mcnally, Belfast, Ireland
Boycott from Within Sam Frazer, Ireland Kacem Mehouen, Liverpool, UK
De-Colonizer Heikki Gabrielsson, Finland Magaly Menanteaux, Chile
BDS Berlin Kathlyn J Gadd, Stoke-on-Trent Eva Meyer, Berlin
The Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions Keith Gallagher, Derry G. Michael Goshgarian, Tours, France
King's BDS Network, London, Ontario Oscar Garcia, Valencia, Spain Liz Milne, UK
Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights, University of Western, Ontario Donna Gardner, United Kingdom Gudrun Mogler, Koenigswinter, Germany
The Committee for One Secular and Democratic Republic in the whole of Palestine Vibeke Genefke, Denmark Amarney Mohamid, Maisser
Philip George Brown, South Shields Mehdi Mohammad Ali, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Paula Abrams-Hourani, USA - Austria Doris Ghannam, Berlin, Germany Beverley Molineaux, UK
Amineh Abu Zayyad, Jerusalem, Palestine Adnan Ghosheh Ian Moran, Liverpool, UK
Basem Abu Shareb, Palestine John L Gibson, Margate Sonia Mota
Leslee Abud, Michigan, USA Mairead Gilmartin, Ireland Tony Mournes, Ireland
Mohamed Achmed, netherlands Christoph Glanz, Oldenburg Nur Muhammad
Philip Adams, Spain Andrea Godoy, Chile Margaret Murphy, Ireland
L. K. Ahmad, Canada Marcia Goebel, Sedona,az Denise-Monique Nagielkopf, Antwerp
Basheer Ahmed, LONDON Susan Grant, UK Henna Nangiana, UK
Kowsar Ahmed, USA Terry Gray, Aylesbury, UK Hazel Nassir
Haris Ahsen, Pakistan Cheryl Guillot, UK Mohammed Nawaz
Mercy Aiken, USA Freda Guttman, Canada Gertrud Nehls
Shila Akhtar, London Mariam Habib Andrew Nelis, Ireland
Mahfuz Alam, India Fatima Haddouchi, Belgium Diana Neslen, London UK
Seymour Alexander, UK Akiel Hakim, USA Dennis Newson, Germany
Erica Ali, Glasgow James Hall, Cambridge, UK Ken Nicol, Preston, UK
Hatem Ali Abdul-Fattah, Muscat Maura Hanrahan, Waterford Ireland Federico Nier-Fischer, Austria
Ibnan Ali, Birmingham, UK Pernille Hansen, Bergen, Norway Rune Nilsson, Varberg
Zulfqar Ali, London, UK Pam Hardyment, London Yasmin Noori
John Allan Donaldson, Ottawa, Canada Gro Hareide, Kristiansand, Norway Paul Norval, London
Jacqueline Alsaid, UK Suzan Hargreaves, UK Carole Nouch, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Khaled Alsharawi, Italia Jennifer Harness, Adelaide. South Australia Shyla Nurmohamed, London
Siti Aminah Muhammad Imran, London Cecile Harnie, Belgium Sean O'Carolan, Ireland
Giedre Andersen, Lithuania Laura Harrison, Connecticut, USA John Oates, Redcar, UK
Karin Andrea Reimann Fuentes, Chile Verena Harwardt, Brühl, Germany Karianne Østensen, Norway
Julie Andrew, UK Dermot Hassan, Ireland Colin Oxenforth, Liverpool, UK
Elizabeth Ann Jones, New Zealand Tom Hayes, USA Michael Paling, Redcar, UK
Michelle Anna Berkon, Sydney, Australia Liam-Óg Healy, Derry, Ireland Mary Pampalk, Vienna
Iman Annab, Toronto Malcolm Hecks, UK Miss Paula Milton, London
Cynthia Anne Beatt, Britain Ros Henke, UK João Pedro, Portugal
Elizabeth Anne Mcnulty, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada James Henry, Scotland Joann Perez, Texas, USA
Umber Arain Janis Hetherington, UK Myriam Périssé, Paris, France
Maureen Arnaiz, UK Steven Hick, UK Rosalind Petchesky, NYC
Haider Asad Willemijn Hirzalla-Leenhouts, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Björn Peter Behrens, Sweden
Ishaq Aslam, Glasgow Myles Hoenig, Baltimore, MD, USA Mariana Petiet, The Netherlands
Kulsoom Aslam, Glasgow Raymond Hogan, Ireland Liam Physick
Desiree Assaad, Canada Doug Holton, London John Pitmatic, UK
Heinz Assenmacher, Bonn William Hood, Wales, UK Deb Poirier, Victoria, BC, Canada
Gada Assi, Israel 48 Arno Hopp, 28199 Bremen, Germany Lana Povitz, New York City
Hanan Awad, Palestine Lars Hox, Norway Silvano Pravato, Italy
Mohammed Ayub, UK Debbie Hubbard, Canada Kate Prendergast, London, UK
Farzanah Aziz, United States of humanity Katherine Hughes, USA Zala Primc, Slovenia
Anna Badillo, London, Ontario, Canada Mary Hughes Thompson, California, USA Michael Pröbsting, Austria
Dorien Ballout, Amsterdam Jocelyn Hurndall, London Kasia Przewlocka, Montréal, Canada
Ian Banks, UK Adalat Hussain, UK Julie Quigg, Luxembourg
Aijaz Bashir Bhat, Kashmir. The second palestine Philip Hutchinson, UK Susana Rabadan
Kevin Beardsmore, New Zealand Ermo Ikävalko, Finland Lauren Radford, Exeter, UK
Alice Beauchamp, Sydney, Australia Diane Inglis, Cornwall UK Shoaib Raj, India
John Beeching, East Sussex, UK Carina Iranzo, Altea, Spain Mohamad Rami Alsamra, Nederland
Merima Behaderovic, Slovenia Eitedal A. Ismail, Palestine Qurnain Rashid, Kashmir
Wolfgang Behr, Herdwangen-Schönach, Germany Laurie Izaks Macsween, Sydney, Australia Raja Rashid, Scotland
David Ben Mark, Canada Donna Jeffrey, Canada Angela Ray, Kent, UK
John Beresford, Leeds Grace Jennane, Galway, Ireland Susan Ray, USA
Karen Bett, Glasgow Kristen Jensen, Georgia, US Damian Read, London
Silke Bhatia, The Netherlands Riva Joffe, London. UK L.A. Read, USA
Tim Biddulph, UK Martin John Walker, Berlin, Germany Piers Regan
Mohammad Bilal, Saudi Arabia Zoe Johnson, United kingdom. Manchester Stephanie Reiss, Germany
Samer Bishara Cliff Jones, Merseyside Selma Rekik, Netherlands
Mary Black, Belfast, Ireland Paul Jonson, Stourbridge , UK Billie Reynolds, Reading
Lisa Bonvecchio, Panchià, Trento, Italy Norbert Jost, Berlin, Germany Darren Richardson, Ireland
Julia Borell, Berlin Jorunn Kalvik, Norway Sian Rider, London
Svenja Borgschulte, Berlin, Germany Anita Kanani, London Dorothy Rimmer, Manchester, UK
Simon Boumezrag, Stuttgart John Kandil, Australia Courtney Robb, Scotland
Gerald Bowen, Maryland, USA Claudia Karas, Frankfurt am Main Elizabeth Robertson, Perth, Scotland
Dean Braithwaite, Coventry Raouf Karray, TUNISIA Colin Rowat, London, UK
Andrew Bramley, UK Amanda Kavanagh, Canada Susan Rumsey, South Africa
Christie Brink, Sedona Arizona USA Theresa Keenan, Glasgow Adrian Rupp, Britain
Yvonne Brown, Scotland UK Jim Kendall, Liverpool UK Nabila S., Toronto
Summer Brownlee-Ross, UK Mike Kenneally, Fermoy, Cork, Ireland May Saad, Berlin, Germany
John Burr, Chiangmai, Thailand Dinky Kennedy, UK Larry Saltzman, California, USA
Banoo Bux, South Africa Mahmoud Khadra, Denmark Ali Samhan, UK
Christopher Byrne, Ellesmere Port Marian Khalaf, Edmonton, Canada Kerry Sams, New Zealand
Elena Cal, Spain Shabina Khan, Fiji Waltraud Schauer, Vienna
Tessa Caley, UK Roula Khawam, USA Tarin Schendler, Brooklyn, NY
Michela Callegari, Vicenza, Italy Jennifer King, Deal, Kent Guenter Schenk, Strasbourg
Michael Campbell, Derry City, Northetn Ireland Simon King, UK Angelika Schneider, Bergisch Gladbach
Ray Campbell, UK Alan Kirkpatrick, UK Kai Schulz, Arkansas
Nigel Capper, Kerry, Ireland Petrt Kocsis, Denmark Stacie Schulz, Cabot Arkansas
Catherine Carson, Ireland Keri-Lynne Krastev, Scunthorpe, UK Ronda Scotten, Pennsylvania
Yolanda Casilda Hinojosa Torres, Madrid Bev Krell, UK Eddie Scraggs, UK
Cathy Castro, California Richard Kuper, London Glyn Secker, London
Jasper Cato, Sweden Tracy Langford, Uk Sam Semoff, Liverpool, UK
Zaki Choudhary, Canada Tina Langhaeuser, Germany Sidonia Senior, UK
Mohammad Abou Chucker, Germany Magnus Langton, UK Eva Sennesvik, Norway
Victor Christoffersen, Copenhagen, Denmark Carlos Latuff, Brazil Linda Shaben, Powell River, Canada
Daithi Cliontun, Co. Down, Ireland Kishore Lennon, Edinburgh Sajda Shafiq, UK
David Comedi, Argentina Julia Lerch, Berlin, Germany Ageel Shatry, Houston, TX
Linda Cooper, The Netherlands Andy Lie, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK Sue Shaw, Oxford
Liliane Cordova Kaczerginski, France Ann Lindsay, Cornwall, UK Liz Sippy, London
Katharine Corp, Troy, NY, USA Kay Lipman, Belgium Diego Siragusa, Italy
Fabio Corvaglia, Norway Mark Logue, Derry, Ireland Jodi L Sisson, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Carol Cosy, Liverpool UK Gina Lombardi Jeffrey Slappendel, Netherlands
Dennis Couzin, Berlin Germany Viviana Lombardi, Argentina Alison Smith, UK
Maximilian Cowell, Oxford Carmen López-Martin, London Isobel Smith, UK
Amanda Crawford, Dublin Ireland Magali Lucas Fabreguettes, Paris,France Karen Smith, London UK
Norina Crea, NYC Margaret Lynch, Belfast. Northern Ireland Cristina Soler Crespo, valencia, Spain
Sarah Credy, France Margaret A Lynd, Quebec, Canada Doretta Spanoudes, Cyprus
Charles A Crowley, Costa Mesa, California Joerg M.Hecker, Hamburg Germany Solveig Staal, Norway
Mike Cushman, London Tadhg Mac Dhónaill, Ireland Dave Statham, London
Ruth Cuthbert, Lowestoft, UK Douglas Macari, Canterbury, UK Ric Stead, Margate, UK
Sulaiman Daghash Deborah Maccoby, Leeds, United Kingdom Christoph Steinbrink, Munich, Germany
Dorte Dalsgaard, Denmark Fenella Machanova, UK Silje Steinsvik
Carl Dean, London, UK Craig Maclean, Edinburgh, Scotland Ingrid Stevens, Alcalá de Henares, Spain
Sophia Deeg, Berlin Michelle Macquarrie, Scotland Marianne Stockmarr, Denmark
Francesca Del Greco, Rome, Italy Carol Madden, UK Rosalind Stopps, London
Susan Dellet, Bermondsey Old Southwark Alan Maddison, Sunderland, UK Natalie Strecker, UK
Alessandra Derosas, Italy Linda Mafrici, Western Australia Mikael Svensson, Sweden
Paula Devine, Belfast Gerry Magennis, Ireland Iyas Taha, Tel Aviv
Bernie Devlin, Belfast Ann Maguire, Belfast, lreland Josephine Taylor
Will Dienhart, Kentucky, USA Jacqueline Mahmoud, Britain Therese Taylor, Australia
Fawzan Dinnunhan Shaheed Mahomed, South Africa Karl Thompson, Ireland
Gerry Downing, London Ciara Máire Ní Heacháin, Belfast, The North of Ireland Yolanda Torres, Spain
Martin Duce, Ramsgate, UK Marlena Mansour, USA Anne Tresidder, UK
Gerry Duddy, Derry, North Ireland Nacho Manzano Kevin Treweeks, Plymouth
E Dudley, UK Gudrun Margret Gudmundsdottir, Iceland Robert-Willem Van Norren, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Sandra Dudum, USA Rosa Maria Pellegrino, Italia Paula Varley, Norwich, UK
Alexandra Dunn, Scotland Kjersti Marie Grinde, Norway Gaudin Vautier-Lyne, Spain
Jacqui Durie, Dunbar Helen Marks, Liverpool, UK Anthony Vetås, Sweden
John Dwane, U.K. Michael Marshall, Wales Angela Waldegg, Vienna, Austria
Muhammad Dzaki Khairy Taqy, Indonesia Jane Martin, South Aftrica Dot Walker, UK
Ty Ebright, USA Robby Martin, Ireland Jackie Walker, London
Stefanie Eisgrou, The Netherlands Alex Marzel, Zürich, Switzerland Deloris Walsh, Britain
Tayeb El Alaoui, Morrocco Bronagh Masoliver, Derry Lucy Watson, UK
Abo Elhaj Haj, Gernany Sana Masri, Palestine Samuel Welber, Vienna
Anne Erfe, Massachusetts USA Zaina Masri, Nablus/ Florida Ivan Wels, Nottingham UK
Alain Espourteille, New York Anja Matar, BDS Berlin Alan Wicks, London, UK
Gammenthaler Eva, Bern, Switzerland Christiane Mc Keown, Glasgow,Scotland Fred Wilinson, Sheffield UK
David Evans, Exeter Johanna Mc Cullough, Belfast Ireland Gladys Williams, Liverpool UK
Alicia Fdez Gómez, Spain Liz Mc Gowan, Ireland Peter Williams, Britain
Azarnoosh Fharibnavaz, Sweden Mary Mc Donagh, London Rita Williams, UK
Florian Filtzinger, Berlin Noirin Mc Goldrick, Belfast, Ireland Ron Witton, Australia
David Finch, Birmingham, UK Philomena Mc Laughlin, Derry City Nola Wolley, United Kingdom
Jacqueline Finch, London Lynn Mcallister, Southport, UK Philip Woodfield, Birmingham, UK
Malcolm Finch, Dorset, UK Liam Mcconway, Ireland Avril Wooster, UK
Zorana Finch, UK Bridie Mcdermott, Ireland Maura Yasin, Falls Church, VA
Margaret Finnegan, Belfast. Ireland Mike Mcelwee Stefan Yates, Leicester, UK
Sylvia Finzi, London, UK Cliodhna Mcgoldrick, Belfast Heather Young, USA
Maggie Fitzgerald, Dublin ireland Helen Mcilduff, Belfast, North of Ireland Mari Zadeh, London, UK
Mari Fjordheim Fjermedal, Norway Clea Mcilraith, London Naveed Zafar, Pakistan
Bob Flanagan, Worcester, MA Sharron Mcinally, Scotland Vesna Zakanj, Germany
Jenifer Flintoft, Hampshire, UK Tina Mckay, N. Ireland May Zeidani Yufanyi, Berlin
Wayne Fodor, Manchester, Connecticut Geraldine Mclynn, Co. Westmeath, Ireland Zoe Zero, London