Israel Minister of Education Culture and Sports responds to MESA letter condemning AUT academic boycott.
Letter to Minister Limor Livnat regarding upgrading of College of Judea and Samaria to university status.
Letter to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon regarding the closure of Hebron Polytechnic University and the Islamic College of Hebron.
Response by Shalom Tourgeman to Israel’s closure of the administrative offices of Al-Quds University
Response by Acting Foreign Policy Adviser to the Prime Minister Shalom Tourgeman to 22 July 2002 letter.
Letter to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon regarding Israel’s closure of the administrative offices of Al-Quds University in Jerusalem.
Letter to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon regarding Israel’s recent and ongoing actions that threaten academic freedom and the right to education more broadly in the West Bank.
Letter to Haifa University regarding concerning disciplinary proceedings initiated against Dr. Ilan Pappe, a professor of history at the university.
Israel’s intensified closure policy with particular impact on Birzeit University.
Letter to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to express continued concern at restrictions the Israeli government imposes on students in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and alarm regarding the recent arrest, subsequent detention, and denial of right to legal counsel of Iyad Habib Muhamma, president of the Bir Zeit University student council.
Letter to Israeli authorities regarding the arrest on December 10, 1997 and continuous torture of a Palestinian student from Birzeit University.
Letter to Israeli Authorities expressing concern over the strict closures of the West Bank and Gaza Strip causing disruptions to institutions of higher education as well as the harassment of Gazan students in the West Bank including arbitrary denials, delays or non-renewals of student permits.
Letter to Israeli Prime Minister expressing concern over the treatment of Abd al-Aziz Hamdan, a student at Birzeit University who is being subjected to “moderate physical pressures” during interrogations by Israeli authorities in violation of the UN Convention against Torture.
Letter in response to letter from Capt. Caroline B. Glick concerning the denial of permits for Gaza students
Letter to Israeli authorities in response to letter from Capt. Caroline B. Glick (Oct. 9), a reply to the MESA letter of 9/12/96, concerning the denial of permits for Gaza students to study in the West Bank which fails to adequately address the concerns raised about the violation of students’ legal rights and freedom of education.
Letter to Israeli Authorities regarding the continued violations against Palestinian students studying in the occupied territories including denials of permits, the continued closure of Hebron University, use of force by the IDF against students, and administrative detentions of students.
Letter to Israeli Authorities expressing concern over the difficulties Gaza students continue to face in attempting to obtain permits to study in West Bank Universities and that for the 1996-1997 no permits have been issued to students who have applied for them.
Letter to the Israeli Military Authority regarding the closure of the road between Ramallah and Birzeit causing severe difficulties for students, faculty and staff of Birzeit University to reach the university leading to a violent clash between protesting students and the army.
Letter to the Israeli Prime Minister expressing concern over the inability of students from Gaza who are enrolled in West Bank educational institutions to pursue their education due to difficulties in obtaining student permits from the Israeli military Authority.
Letter to Israeli Authorities regarding reports that Birzet University student Ahmad Ibrahim Sa’id who has been under arrest since June 1994 and been subjected to torture while in detention.
Letter to Israeli Prime Minister regarding the detention of Bir Zeit University student Abed Qattawi, one of the organizers of the Palestine International Festival who was detained by Israeli Military authorities.
Letter to Israeli Authorities regarding the detention of Birzeit University students including student activists and leaders some of whom are members of the campus Islamic Bloc and have been held without charges amidst allegations of lack of council and mistreatment.
Letter to the Israeli Prime Minister expressing concern of the decision of the Israeli Security Office to deny Dr. Khalil Shikaki, professor of political science at al-Najah University permission to return to his home in the West Bank despite having the proper permits to do so.