Stop the Wall

The Stop the Wall Campaign’s aim to tear down the Wall is aligned with the Palestinian desire for liberation—for those of us inside and in exile, the young and old, those who have died, and those yet to be born.

We are a grassroots movement uniting the struggle of the popular committees in the villages, refugee camps and cities struggling against the Wall and the settlements and the efforts of Palestinian civil society.  

Our call is to:

  • Stop the Wall
  • Dismantle parts already built
  • Return all lands confiscated for the Wall
  • Compensate for all losses.

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The Latest From Palestine

The last week has seen an almost unprecedented retreat of Israel in front of Palestinian mass mobilisation. The occupation authorities removed newly installed metal detectors and surveillance cameras from the entrance to the al Aqsa Mosque and eventually had to give access to the Mosque to all worshippers, scrapping a previous ban on men under the age of 50. This victory against Israeli attacks on Palestinian rights and existence in Jerusalem has come at a crucial moment for the city and is bound to lastingly transform power relations.

The Palestinian BDS National Committee (BNC) is excited to announce the full launch of our new bi-lingual BDSmovement.net website. We launched a version of the site last year and we’re delighted that the site is now fully online in both Arabic and English.

Nostalgia has no space in realpolitik. However, in the case of Modi’s visit to Israel – billed as a milestone by both governments – we remember India’s legacy of solidarity and support for the Palestinian struggle for freedom, justice and equality and wonder which path India is taking now.

Khirbet Tana has been under Israeli attack for long in the attempt to expel the Palestinian population from their lands and colonise the areas with settlements. Challenging Israeli home demolition, residents have taken to reform and inhabit caves and are leading an inspiring struggle for dignity and rights.

With the passing of World Refugee Day on June 20th, we remember the Palestinian refugees both within the occupied territories and those dispersed around the world. At the same time resistance against the ongoing Nakba - the destruction of our homes and villages to dispossess and exile us - continues. The Sumoud Freedom Camp in the South Hebron hills is just one of our expressions of steadfastness.

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New Resources

To coincide with the International Day Against Torture, twenty-five prominent legal experts released a document demonstrating that the European Union-funded project LAW TRAIN breaches EU regulations and international law concerning human rights violations, and therefore must be stopped.

LAW TRAIN brings together the Israeli Police, the Israeli Ministry for Public Security (IMPS) and European police forces, universities and private companies with the aim of “harmonizing and sharing interrogation techniques between the countries”. The EU is funding this project with over 5 million euros, as part of its Horizon2020 programme for research and innovation.

The European Trade Union Initiative for Justice in Palestine, built as a coordination to take effective action to bring an end to Israel’s violation of international law, has released a powerful leaflet for unions and union activists to use all over Europe.

On the eve of May 1, they Initiative wants to focus on the European complicity to these violations through a leaflet, which you will find attached here in English, French and Dutch.

The European Trade Union Initiative for Justice in Palestine calls on trade unions to print and distribute this leaflet to its affiliates on May 1 and afterwards and to share it on websites and social media. This leaflet is preferably used as A5. You can also receive a design template if you want to translate the leaflet to your language.

Solidarity

At least 28 different actions took place across the UK from 1st to 7th July 2017 calling for an immediate two-way arms embargo against Israel. Activists closed down factories and two branches of HSBC bank, held public meetings, took action online and distributed 1000’s of information flyers.

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