With this final tribunal decision, Tair, who has already spent 45 days behind bars in two seperate terms since January, will spend 30 more days in military prison.
Send a protest email to Israel's Defense Minister here.
In her declaration, Tair writes 'When I look at all these children, at the next generation of both sides and the reality in which they live, I can but see the continuation of trauma and pain. And I say: Enough!'
Read Tair's full declaration here.
In a decision from January 2007, the United Nations Human Rights Committee recognised the right to conscientious objection as a legitimate exercise of the right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion, as guaranteed by Article 18 ICCPR. Repeated imprisonment is a violation of international legal standards. 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 ICCPR, of which Israel is a signatory.
You can also write to Israel's embassies abroad. Find a list of these here.
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War Resisters' International calls for the immediate release of all conscientious objectors.