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HaMoked: Center for the Defence of the Individual "founded by Dr. Lotte Salzberger, is an Israeli human rights organization which aims to assist Palestinians residents of the Occupied Territories whose rights are violated due to Israel’s policy. HaMoked works for the enforcement of the standards and values of international human rights and humanitarian law.

"HaMoked was established in 1988, against the backdrop of the first intifada. At the time, the organization was designed to help Palestinians injured by the “broken bones” policy, and was called “The Hotline for Victims of Violence”." [1]

In 2000 they received $150,000 from the Ford Foundation "For human rights advocacy and legal action to promote the rights of Palestinians in the Occupied Territories." [2]


Accessed May 2008: [3]



HaMoked would like to acknowledge the support of the following donors in 2007: [4]


Web: http://www.hamoked.org

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  1. About, HaMoked, accessed May 29, 2008.
  2. 2000 Annual Report, Ford Foundation, accessed July 4, 2007.
  3. Directors, HaMoked, accessed May 29, 2008.
  4. Donors, HaMoked, accessed May 29, 2008.