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Israel: Uri Natan sentenced to 35 days of imprisonment

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Israel: Uri Natan sentenced to 35 days of imprisonment

Dear Mr Shaul Mofaz, Minister of Defence

I am very concerned about the imprisonment of conscientious objector Udi Natan.
He is presently serving his fourth prison term, and is likely to be reimprisoned again soon.
The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention in opinion 24/2003 on Israel came to the conclusion that the repeated imprisonment of conscientious objectors in Israel is arbitrary, and therefore it constitutes a violation of 14 par 7 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, of which Israel is a signatory.

ISRAEL: Uri Natan sentenced to 35 days imprisonment

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Israeli conscientious objector Uri Natan(4762) was sentenced Wednesday, Nov 24 2005, to 35 days imprisonment in a military jail after he announced his refusal to be enlisted for regular mandatory service in the IDF. This is Uris fourth term in prison and he has by now spent 49 days in total.
Conscientious objector Alex Cohn(ISR14726) was released from prison last week, having spent nine terms, 154 days altogether.
Shaul Mograi-Berger(ISR14754) was released from military prison this week, having serve five terms, 95 days.

Imprisonment of feminist conscientious objector Idan Halili

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  • 18 Dec 2005
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Imprisonment of feminist conscientious objector Idan Halili

Dear Mr Shaul Mofaz, Minister of Defence

I am very concerned about the imprisonment of feminist conscientious objector Idan Halili.
Idan Halili refuses to enlist in the Israeli Army based on her feminist beliefs and conscience. However, she was refused a hearing by the 'Conscience Committee', when she applied for exemption from military service based on reasons of conscience. On 15 November, she was sentenced to 14 days in prison, and she is likely to be reimprisoned after he release on 28 November.

ISRAEL: Feminist conscientious objector Idan Halili sentenced to 14 days imprisonment

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On Tuesday morning, 15 November 2005, Israeli feminist conscientious objector Idan Halili (ISR14775) presented herself at the Israeli army's main Induction center near Tel Aviv. Idan Halili refuses to enlist for mandatory military service based on her feminist beliefs and conscience. She wrote in a statement:

Imprisonment of conscientious objector Shaul Mograbi-Berger

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  • 16 Dec 2005
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Imprisonment of conscientious objector Shaul Mograbi-Berger

Dear Mr Shaul Mofaz, Minister of Defence

I am very concerned about the imprisonment of conscientious objector Shaul Mograbi-Berger.
He is presently serving his fifth prison term, and is likely to be reimprisoned again soon.
The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention in opinion 24/2003 on Israel came to the conclusion that the repeated imprisonment of conscientious objectors in Israel is arbitrary, and therefore it constitutes a violation of 14 par 7 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, of which Israel is a signatory.

Imprisonment of conscientious objectors Alex Kohn and Uri Natan

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  • 3 Dec 2005
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Imprisonment of conscientious objectors Alex Kohn and Uri Natan

Dear Mr Shaul Mofaz, Minister of Defence

I am very concerned about the recent imprisonment of conscientious objectors Alex Kohn and Uri Natan.
Alex Kohn has been sentenced to a ninth prison term (14 days) on 26 October, and has already spent more than 150 days in prison. Uri Natan was sentenced to a third prison term on 30 October.

ISRAEL: Nineth prison term for conscientious objector Alex Kohn

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Conscientious objector Alex
Kohn (ISR14726) has been sentenced to a ninth prison term of 14 days on
26 October 2005. He has already spent 150 days in military prison.
Alex Kohn is one of the initiators of the Shministim letter. In his own
refusal letter,
he wrote:
"The occupation is not right. It is the result of policy
and not imposed by circumstances. The means employed in its framework

Imprisonment of conscientious objector Shaul Mograbi-Berger

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  • Israel
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  • 20 Nov 2005
  • Use this form to send the letter below to the relevant authority (Shaul Mofaz, Minister of Defence, Israel). You can add your own notes in a separate box after the standard text, if you wish. You must include a name, address, and email address; a copy will be sent to you with a cc to the WRI office (so we have a record of how many email letters have been sent out for this particular case).

Imprisonment of conscientious objector Shaul Mograbi-Berger

Dear Mr Shaul Mofaz, Minister of Defence

I am very concerned about the imprisonment of conscientious objector Shaul mograbi-Berger.
He is presently serving his fourth prison term, and is likely to be reimprisoned again soon.
The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention in opinion 24/2003 on Israel came to the conclusion that the repeated imprisonment of conscientious objectors in Israel is arbitrary, and therefore it constitutes a violation of 14 par 7 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, of which Israel is a signatory.

ISRAEL: Conscientious objector Uri Natan sentenced to second prison term

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Israeli conscientious objector Uri Natan (ISR14762) was sentenced to his second prison term of 21 days on 6 October 2005. He presented himself at the national conscription center and announced his refusal to be enlisted for regular mandatory service in the IDF. He had received a first prison term of 7 days - unusually low - on 28 September 2005 (see co-alert, 30 September 2005, http://wri-irg.org/news/alerts/msg00043.html).

Imprisonment of conscientious objectors Uri Natan

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  • Israel
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  • 7 Nov 2005
  • Use this form to send the letter below to the relevant authority (Shaul Mofaz, Minister of Defence, Israel). You can add your own notes in a separate box after the standard text, if you wish. You must include a name, address, and email address; a copy will be sent to you with a cc to the WRI office (so we have a record of how many email letters have been sent out for this particular case).

Imprisonment of conscientious objectors Uri Natan

Dear Mr Shaul Mofaz, Minister of Defence

I am very concerned about the imprisonment of conscientious objector Uri Natan.
He began his cycle with a first prison term on 28 September, and received a second prison term of 21 days on 6 October 2005. He is likely to be reimprisoned after his release. Shaul Morgrab-Berger is still serving his third prison term; Alex Kohn has recently been released from his eighth prison term, and Orwa Zidan from his third. All are likely to be reimprisoned again soon.

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