Israel's Separation/Apartheid Wall

Support the Campaign against Israel's Apartheid Wall

The Nightmare Comes True, by Uri Avnery 12 June 2004

Don't Call It a Wall, by Ran HaCohen 30 June 2004

Gush Shalom's map of the route of the Wall           Regularly updated map of the Wall: see versions from 2003-2013 here

Like many other Ronald Reagan memorials this week, your June 6 article ("Gorbachev recalls Reagan as honest rival") included the former president's challenge to the Soviet leader: "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!"

When will a courageous president or member of Congress forcefully cry out, with all the world listening, "Mr. Sharon, tear down that wall!"

Ginny NiCarthy

 --Letter to the editor,
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
June 10, 2004

Articles in the US Media

Huwaida Arraf, Co-Founder of the International Solidarity Movement, Tear it Down, It's an Oppressive Grab of Palestinian Land, The Detroit Free Press, February 23, 2004

David Bloom, Co-editor of the World War 3 Report, Letter from Jayyous, The Nation, February 18, 2004

Noam Chomsky, Professor and Activist, A Wall as a Weapon, The New York Times, February 23, 2004

Marda Dunsky, Professor, Build Bridges, Not Walls, The Chicago Tribune, February 22, 2004

Gary Fields, Professor, Build Bridges Not Walls, The Chicago Tribune, February 22, 2004

Ma'arouf Zahran, Mayor of Qalqilya, Build Bridges, Not Walls, The Chicago Tribune, February 22, 2004

Jeff Halper, Coordinator of the Israeli Committee Against House Demolition, America is Complicit in Illegal Wall, The Boston Globe

Jamal Juma, Coordinator of the Campaign to Stop the Wall, A Noose Around the Necks of Palestinians, The Miami Herald, February 21, 2004

Shamai Leibowitz and David Nir, human rights lawyer and physicist and activists, Wall that Must Fall to Save Israel from Itself, The Houston Chronicle, February 22, 2004

Jessica Montell, Executive Director, B'Tselem, Crossing the Line, The Baltimore Sun, February 23, 2004

Iltezam Morrar, 15-year-old student from Budrus, It Exists not for Security but for Apartheid, The Philadelphia Inquirer, February 20, 2004

Sharif Omar, Jayyous farmer and community leader, Alternet (Forthcoming)

Government contacts:

US Government

How your Members of Congress are voting on Israel/Palestine issues:

To e-mail to your Members of Congress, visit:

White House: phone 202-456-1111, fax 202-456-2461,

State Department: phone 202-647-6575,

Israeli Government

Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon
Office of the Prime Minister
3 Kaplan Street, PO Box 187
Kiryat Ben-Gurion
Jerusalem 91919
Fax: +972 2 651-2631 or

Defense Minister, Shaul Mofaz
Fax: 972 3 696-2757, 972 3 691-6940, 972 3 691-7915

Foreign Minister, Silvan Shalom
Fax: 972 2 530-3704, 972 2 530-3506

United Nations

Office for the Spokesman for the Secretary General
United Nations, S-378
New York, NY 10017
Phone: (212) 963-7162
Fax:(212) 963-7055

Secretary General of the UN, Mr. Kofi Annan
Phone: (212) 963-5012
Fax: (212) 963-4879

Acting United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mr. Bertrand Ramcharan

Representative of the UN in Palestine, Mr. Terie Rod Larsen
Phone: +972 8 282-2914
Fax: +972 8 282-0966

European Parliament

Individual members of the EU Parliament:

United Kingdom

Prime Minister, Tony Blair
10 Downing Street
Fax 020 7925 0918
From outside the UK, the FAX  is 44-20-7925-0918

The Foreign Secretary
Rt. Hon Jack Straw MP
Downing Street West London SW1A 2AL
Ph: +44 20 7270 2059 :: Fax: +44 20 7839 2417

Your MP at
House of Commons,
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