St. Yves Interview with H.E Anba Antonios on Israeli…

“I do not see any religious freedom in such situation”  

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New Petition

St. Yves Challenges the Amendment of the Administrative Courts Law Which Constitutes A Direct Step Towards Annexation…

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Antiquities As Pretext to Forcible Transfer: The Case…

Khirbat Ghuwein (Hereinafter Ghuwein) sets an example to Israel’s use of such policies as tools of…

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New Short Movie "The Jerusalem Closure Policy: Separating Nativity From Resurrection "

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New Report: Life Restricted

Freedom of Movement and Access Restrictions in the Occupied Palestinian Territory

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Pushing Annexation Through Legislation

The Society of St. Yves warns against the devastating ramifications associated with the Israeli Knesset's…

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Case Study of Areas (C): Caught Between Atrocious…

Shushehla village suffers a situation of suffocation due to Israel’s settlement policies, in terms…

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“Occupied Portraits” Photo Exhibition: St. Yves Day…

In commemoration of its Patron Saint, the patron saint of lawyers, the Society of St. Yves organized a photo…

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About Us

The Society of St. Yves is a Catholic human rights organization working under the patronage of the Latin Patriarchate in Jerusalem. It was founded in 1991 by the former Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem and the Holy Land, Michel Sabbah, to help "the poor and the oppressed" according to the social doctrine of the Catholic Church. St. Yves provides gratis legal assistance, counsel…

Mission Statement

The Society of St. Yves is the Catholic Center for Human Rights of the Latin Patriarchate in the Holy Land. It provides legal aid to the needy, oppressed and marginalized and tries to raise the awareness of human and civil rights in the society. The Society of St. Yves believes that every human being is created in the image of God and the dignity and rights of everybody are God…