- I Accuse - By Itai Haviv
- Conscientious Objection and the Democratization of Israel - Baruch Kimmerling (Published in Kol HaIr, 22 March 2002)
- The Shoe is on the Other foot - By Amichai Kronfeld
- The War's Seventh Day - By Michael Ben-Yair (Originaly printed in "Haaretz" on Sunday, March 3rd, 2002)
- Objective Oppressor, Subjective Victim - By Haim Baram (Published in the Middle East International on Thursday, April 4th, 2002)
- A Principled and Patriotic No! - By Guy Grossman (Also Published in the Miami Herald)
- Apartheid in the Holy Land - Desmond Tutu (Published in "The Guardian", Monday April 29, 2002)
- A Mission Too Far - Haim Weiss (Published in the Guardian on Monday, May 6th, 2002)
- Why we refuse to fight for continued occupation - Rami Kaplan (Published in the International Herald Tribune on Tuesday, April 30, 2002)
- On Refusal and Geography - Oren Yiftah'el
- An Open Letter to American Jews (and other friends of Israel) - By Assaf Oron
- The Battle over Jenin as an Inter-Ethnic War - Baruch Kimmerling (Published in Ynet, April 1st 2002)
- Speech in Rally, Tel-Aviv Museum, 27/4/2002 - Idan Landau
- Beit Jalla Story (As Happened on April 26, 2002) - Yigal Bronner
- A Few Unnice Comments About an Especially Evil War - By Ishai Rosen-Zvi
- Statement at the Alternative Beacon Lighting, Jerusalem, Israel Independence Day, 2002 - By Ishai Rosen-Zvi
- A Refusenik's Reply to President Bush's Address, June 27, 2002 - Shamai Leibowitz
- "Each Word Engraved in Stone"' an Israeli Columnist's Reply to Bush - B. Michael
- A Million People under Curfew - Gideon Levy, published in Ha'aretz, June 30, 2002
- The Enlightened Oppressor - Ishay Rosen-Zvi, published in Ynet, July 1, 2002
- The Ethics of Revenge - Yitzhak Frankenthal, Speech at a Rally, July 27, 2002
Refusal Solidarity Network
- The web portal of an organization to unite international supporters of "Refusniks" in Israel.
(Several of our signers will be on tour to speak out on what is going on, the site is publishing the tour dates here).
Yesh-Gvul ("There is a Limit")
- A respected Israeli peace group supporting soldiers who refuse
assignments of a repressive or aggressive nature.
Yesh Gvul was founded in response to the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon.