The Daily Life of Kawther Salam
..: Letters to IDF Commanders :..
The following are transcripts, scans and comments of or about various letters and faxes sent to IDF Commanders and government authorities of Israel.
A complete (and growing) collection of my correspondence with the IDF is in my gallery, here.
Letter to Colonel Ygal Sharon concerning Military Order #7575-1997
Letter to deputy Defense Minister Ephraim Sneh
Letter to Colonel Ygal Sharon concerning the expansion of the military camp on Mount Manouh
Letter to Commander Noam Tivon protesting after having been attacked by an IDF Soldier
Letter to Colonel Noam Tivon regarding Harassment by the IDF in front of Beit Hadassah
Complaint to General Itzhak Eitan about Harassment by the IDF
Letter from the CPJ to General Yaacov Orr, intervening on Kawther's behalf to regain her working permit
IFJ Alert - Kawther denied renewal of Travel Permit within Israel and the Occupied Territories
Memo to General Yalon Protesting Insults and Harassment by settlers and the IDF
Fax from Mr. Rick Polhamus to the Israeli Embassy in Washington re. Travel Permit for Kawther
Fax from American citizens to Israeli Generals re. Travel Permit for Kawther
Response from the Israeli Embassy in Washington to Mr. Polhamus
Protest letter to different officers re. behavior of the Police Spokesperson Ofir Sivan
Letter to Colonel Tivon asking for the release of musician Amir Basel Abu Omar
Letter to Moshe Vogel protesting restrictions on journalistic work
Response from the office of the Prime Minister to a protest letter
Letter from MK Nawaf Masalha to the Health Ministry re. expired Milk Powder
Response from the office of Minister Sarid to a complaint letter from Kawther
Another complaint to the office of Minister Sarid
Boilerplate answer to a complaint against collective punishment
FAX from the IFJ to Colonel Amnon Cohen
Letter from Rick Polhamus / CPT to the Austrian Government
Correspondence between Al-Ittihad Newspaper and the Israeli Government, where Kawther is called impudent.
Letter of complaint to Peter Lerner, the spokesperson of Col. Naggar, against insults and false accusations proffered by him.
This is a follow-up to the previous document.