Amnesty International's UK branch is continuing to highlight Israel's treatment of the Palestinians with an exhibition in London next month directed against its security barrier.
The event follows a meeting last week hosted by Amnesty International UK entitled "Capital Murder: Inside the Israeli authorities' regime of discrimination and control in Occupied East Jerusalem".
Journalist Ben White, author of Israeli Apartheid: A Beginners Guide, described what was happening as "a microcosm of Israeli apartheid".
Mr White told the audience of 70 that a "shocking finding" of a United Nations study last year was that 87 per cent of east Jerusalem was unavailable for Palestinian construction.
Referring to a report that the Israeli authorities planned to surround the area with nine national parks, he said it would enable them to "market apartheid as being a tourist attraction".
Kristyan Benedict, Amnesty campaign manager, said the human rights organisation also raised violations by Palestinians, pointing out that it had posted a "new action" on captured soldier Gilad Shalit, on its website.
But asked whether Amnesty might hold a meeting on Mr Shalit too, he replied: "Could do, why not? We will also talk about the thousands of Palestinian prisoners as well. We will have to do that if we want to be consistent."