I’ve only recently heard of some of these organisations. But a first glance leads me to think I should look deeper. I’ll be editing the page again soon.
First, another page of links: Enough Occupation — charities, trade unions, faith and other campaign groups who want peace in the Mid-East.
Peace Now — Founded in 1978, it’s still at work today. Its activities include a “settlement watch”, monitoring illegal outposts.
Gush Shalom — The Peace Bloc — Founded by Uri Avnery.
Courage to Refuse — “We hereby declare that we shall continue serving in the Israel Defense Forces in any mission that serves Israel’s defense. The missions of occupation and oppression do not serve this purpose – and we shall take no part in them.” And a list of those who have signed.
Combatants for Peace — People from both sides who have joined together rather fight each other.
Breaking the Silence — Ex-Israeli soldiers give their account of the occupation, with the aim to end it.
MachsomWatch — Voluntary group of Israeli women conducting daily observations at military checkpoints to monitor human rights abuses.
Ta’ayush (“life in common”) — Arab and Jewish citizens of Israel “working to break down the walls of racism and segregation by constructing a true Arab-Jewish partnership.”
Coalition of Women For Peace — Jewish and Arab women who want an end to the occupation, a two-state solution with Jerusalem as the joint capital of both. And recognition by Israel of “responsibility for the results of the 1948 war”.
Anarchists Against The Wall — Israelis (some of whom have been jailed) who are against the Apartheid Wall.
Aron’s Israel Peace Weblog — Rarely updated now.