January 1, 2012

Undoing Racism – The Gift of Discomfort

by Tim Nafziger The July-September 2011 issue of Signs of the Times featured an article by CPTer Elizabeth García entitled “Walls of Shame” in which

Service Roster

A listing of CPTers and where they served. Aboriginal Justice: CPTers serving the Aboriginal Justice team April-June 2012 were Art Arbour (Ontario, Canada), Julián Gutiérrez

Service Roster

A listing of CPTers and where they served….. Iraqi KurdistanCPTers serving the Iraq team January-March 2012 were: Bud Courtney (New York, USA), Lukasz Firla (Czech

Palestine: More Love

by Tarek Abuata Jesus said to “love your neighbor” and to “love your enemy.”  Jean Zaru, in her book Occupied with Nonviolence: A Palestinian Woman

Palestine: Golani Brigade Escalates Abuse

  Since the Israeli military’s Golani Brigade arrived in al-Khalil/Hebron in late December, international accompaniment organizations including CPT have documented a sharp increase in serious

Palestine: Entombed in Hebron

by Bob Holmes Hebron is a sacred place because of the cave/tomb of Abraham and Sarah, Rebecca and Isaac, Jacob and Leah.  Today Hebron feels

Palestine: Dying to Live

by Chris Knestrick The day after Israeli authorities arrested him, Khader Adnan declared a hunger strike to protest Israel’s policy of administrative detention.  Israel had

Palestine: Dairy Farm Demolished

  On May Day, 1 May, at 7:45 a.m., CPTers received a call from Noah al-Rajabi in the Palestinian town of Bani Naim (Hebron District).

Palestine: to Build Another Day

  Israel military officials stymied efforts by Palestinian and international volunteers to build a house for Um Fagarah villagers (South Hebron Hills) on 2 June.

Mail Alert

We want to inform our constituents about interruptions to both Canadian and US mail services.

As global capitalism continues to exploit, Canada is seeing an increase of folks sleeping on the street. In Toronto, there is a growing encampment on the church property where our office is located. CPT is in solidarity with residents of the encampment.  Unfortunately, some Canada Post workers have since refused to deliver mail to our office. We are unsure if the mail is being stored somewhere or will be returned to sender. To ensure your donations make it to CPT, now would be a good time to switch to online donations, if you are able.  

In the US, postal services have been increasingly unreliable. If you are able, we encourage you to consider a monthly online giving plan which you can easily set up.

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