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On the 5th and 6th of March, Palestinian solidarity activists from across Spain gathered for a forum on how to implement the calls made from the grassroots Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign for boycotts, divestment and sanctions against Israel. The grassroots organization reflects the position of a vast array of Palestinian civil society which has highlighted how sustained international pressure can make an important contribution in the struggle to tear down the Apartheid Wall, end the Occupation and cease the continual colonization of the Palestinian people and their lands.




On the 5th and 6th of March, Palestinian solidarity activists from across Spain gathered for a forum on how to implement the calls made from the grassroots Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign for boycotts, divestment and sanctions against Israel. The grassroots organization reflects the position of a vast array of Palestinian civil society which has highlighted how sustained international pressure can make an important contribution in the struggle to tear down the Apartheid Wall, end the Occupation and cease the continual colonization of the Palestinian people and their lands.




Contact: Jamal Juma': +972-52-285-610;

Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign: +972-265-65-890;

info@stopthewall.org -- www.stopthewall.org



On June 30th. the Occupation's High Court ruled against 30 kms of the Wall’s path that is to be built in 7 villages Northwest Jerusalem, demanding that the Occupation Military propose new maps that will be based on "the proper balance between security and humanitarian considerations..."








Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign
info@stopthewall.org -- www.stopthewall.org

On June 30th. the Occupation's High Court ruled against 30 kms of the Wall’s path that is to be built in 7 villages Northwest Jerusalem, demanding that the Occupation Military propose new maps that will be based on "the proper balance between security and humanitarian considerations..."

On Friday the 24th, a map of the Wall’s so-called final path as approved by the Israeli Cabinet was publicly released while Israeli Prime Minister Sharon announced that plans for building the Wall through the Jordan Valley were underway and would soon be “presented” to the government. To date, the Israeli government has only produced official public maps for the “first phase” of the Wall, having made them public after demolitions, land confiscation and razing were well underway.

There has yet to be an “official” map of the Wall’s entire path released by the Israeli military. The following map was the first to become available, on September 18th 2002, in a case filed by the Palestinian human rights group, LAW, to the Israeli courts regarding residents’ lands affected by the Wall in the villages Attil, Baqa ash Sharqiya, Deir al Ghusun, Nazlat ‘Isa, and Quffin. At this time, the route of the Wall was to extend for 115 km and did not include the effective annexation of the settlement Alfe Menashe, south of Qalqiliya.





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