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Call to Action: #SaveSusiya

Susiya Emergency Call To Action

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  1. Please send the following 2 letters (below). One to EU trade officials (addresses below the letter) and one for Israeli embassies (please make sure to change the name according to location).
  2. Protests at your local Israeli embassies (you can find your local embassy athttp://embassies.gov.il/Pages/IsraeliMissionsAroundTheWorld.aspx).
  3. LIKE the official #SaveSusiya Facebook page and SHARE it with all of your friendshttps://www.facebook.com/SusiyaForever
  4. Pledge your tweet on our Thunderclap campaign https://goo.gl/xqVOjU and join the Twitter storm on July 19, Sunday, 21:00 GMT (00:00 Palestine, 17:00 NYC).
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EMAIL TO EU TRADE OFFICIALS

Dear _________

I am writing to you with an urgent appeal concerning a Palestinian village in the Israeli occupied West Bank. This village is called Susiya and it is had already been displaced once to make room for an Israeli settlement. Now it is under imminent threat of being destroyed again. The Israeli military has just informed the residents of Susiya that they will start demolishing buildings after the end of Ramadan in a few days.
For more on the continued harassment of the people of Susya by Israeli settlers and military see
http://rhr.org.il/eng/save-susya/
http://972mag.com/idf-maps-village-of-susya-as-forced-displacement-looms/106584/

Amongst the beneficiaries of the displacement of the people of Susiya are settlers who have seized the land and use it for agriculture. Some of the grapes grown by settlers in Susiya have been documented going to the Carmel Winery which sells its products in Europe.
http://www.whoprofits.org/content/forbidden-fruit-israeli-wine-industry-and-occupation-0
Other corporations profiting from the theft of Susiya land are listed herehttp://whoprofits.org/s?vid_7=1997

We are asking for two things at this moment.

1) Do not let Israeli settlements gain from plunder and restrict the sale of all Israeli settlement products in Europe. In particular bar the importation of Carmel Wines to Europe.

2) Contact the Israeli embassy and demand that the Israeli government cancel its plans to destroy Susiya for the second time.

Sincerely, ______________

Mogherini Federica (EC) [email protected]
Manservisi Stefano (EC) [email protected],[email protected]
Petrocelli Enrico (EC [email protected]
Gabrici Leonello (EEAS) [email protected]
Cassiers Jerome (EEAS) [email protected]
Di Michele Fabrizio (EEAS) [email protected]
Skylv Martin (EEAS) [email protected]
Melil Zohra (EEAS) [email protected]
Christoforou Nikolaos (EEAS) [email protected]
Sabbag Afota Veronica (EEAS) [email protected]
Polin Rocco (EEAS) [email protected]
Vazquez Garrido Adriana (EEAS) [email protected]

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EMAIL TO ISRAELI EMBASSY

The Honorable Mr./Ms. ______________,

Ambassador of Israel

I am writing to you with an urgent appeal concerning a Palestinian village in the West Bank. This village is called Susiya and it is had already been displaced once to make room for an Israeli settlement. Now it is under imminent threat of being destroyed again. The Israeli military has just informed the residents of Susiya that they will start demolishing buildings after the end of Ramadan, in a few days.

To forcefully evict an entire village is a cruel and illegal act that is about to be repeated by the Israeli military. One cannot escape the conclusion that this policy is a form of systematic discrimination directed at the Palestinians living under Israeli military control. Such an act is so offensive that it implicated those who take part in it as well as those who only let it happen. We urge you to not let this happen and stop the planned demolition of Susiya.

Sincerely ______________


-Africa
Angola Raphael Singer [email protected]
Cameroon [email protected]
Ethiopia Belaynesh Zevadia [email protected]
Nigeria Uriel Palti [email protected]
Sengal Eli Ben Tura [email protected]
Pretoria Arthur Lank [email protected]
Kenya Yahel Vilan [email protected]
Ghana Sharon Bor-li
[email protected]

-Asia
-China
• Beijing Matan Vilnai [email protected]
• Shanghai Jackie Eldan [email protected]
• Hong Kong Sagi Karni [email protected]
• Guangzhou Yaacov Avrahamy [email protected]
-India
New Delhi Daniel Carmon [email protected]
Mumbai David Akov [email protected]
Tokyo Ruth Kahanoff [email protected]
Amman [email protected]
Myanmar Daniel Zohar Zonshine [email protected]
Nepal Yaron Mayer [email protected]
Philippines Effie Ben Matityau [email protected]
Singapore Yael Rubinstein [email protected]
Seoul Uri Gutman [email protected]
Taipei Simona Halperin [email protected]
Bangkok Simon Roded [email protected]
Vietnam Meirav Eilon Shahar [email protected]

-Central America
Costa Rica Abraham Haddad [email protected]
Dominican Republic Bahij Mansour [email protected]
El Salvador Oren Bar El [email protected]
Guatemala Moshe Bachar [email protected]
Mexico Rodica Radian Gordon [email protected]
Panama Alexander Galilee [email protected]

-Euro-Asia
Azerbaijan Rafael Harpaz [email protected]
Croatia Zina Kalay Kleitman [email protected]
Georgia Yuval Fuchs [email protected]
Kazakhstan Eliyahu Tasman [email protected]
-Russia
Moscow Olga Words [email protected]
St. Petersberg Michael Lotem [email protected]
Serbia Yossef Levy [email protected]
Ukraine Eliab Byelotserkovski [email protected]
Uzbekistan Carmela Shamir [email protected]

-Europe
Mission to UN, Geneva, Eviatar Manor [email protected]
Mission to European Union, Brussels David Walzer
Austria Zvi Heifetz [email protected]
Bulgaria Shaul Kamisa Raz [email protected]
Cyprus Maria Hadjigeorgiou [email protected]
Prague Gary Koren [email protected]
Copenhagen Barukh Binah [email protected]
London Daniel Taub [email protected]
Finland Dan Ashbel [email protected]
-France
Paris Yossi Gal [email protected]
Marseille Barnea Hassid [email protected]
-Germany
Berlin Yakov Hadas-Handelsman [email protected]
Munich Dan Shaham [email protected]
Greece Irit Ben-Abba [email protected]
Hungary Izrael Allam [email protected]
Ireland Boaz Modai [email protected]
Italy Naor Gilon [email protected]
Latvia Hagit Ben-Yaakov [email protected]
Netherlands Haim Divon [email protected]
Norway Raphael Schutz [email protected]
Poland, Anna Azari, [email protected]
Portugal Tzipora Rimon [email protected]
Romania Dan Ben-Eliezer [email protected]
Slovakia Alexander Ben-Zvi [email protected]
Spain Alon Bar [email protected]
Sweden Isaac Bachman [email protected]
Switzerland Yigal B. Caspi [email protected]
Vatican Zion Evrony [email protected]@.mfa.gov.il
-Turkey
Ankara Amira Oron [email protected]
Istanbul Shai Cohen [email protected]

-North America
-Canada
Ottawa Rafael Barak [email protected]
Toronto DJ Schneeweiss [email protected]
Montreal Ziv Nevo Kulman [email protected]
-USA
Washington D.C. Ron Dermer [email protected]
Pacific Northwest San Francisco Andy David [email protected]
Los Angeles David Siegel [email protected]
Florida and Puerto Rico in Miami Chaim Shacham [email protected]
Atlanta Ofer Aviran [email protected]
Mid-Atlantic Region Yaron Sideman [email protected]
New York Ido Aharoni [email protected]
New England Yehuda Yaakov [email protected]
Midwest Roey Gilad [email protected]
Houston Eitan Levon [email protected]

-Oceania
Australia Shmuel Ben-Shmuel [email protected]
New Zealand Yosef Livne [email protected]

-South America
Argentina Dorit Shavit [email protected]
-Brazil
Sau Paulo Yoel Barnea [email protected]
Brasilia Dr. Reda Mansour [email protected]
Chile Rafael Eldad [email protected]
Colombia Marco Sermoneta info@bogota.mfa.gov.il
Ecuador Eliyahu Yerusalmi info@quito.mfa.gov.il
Peru Ehud Moshe Eitam info@lima.mfa.gov.il
Uruguay Nina Ben-Ami info@montevideo.mfa.gov.il