8 December – The United Nations General Assembly, at the resumption of its long-running tenth emergency special session on Palestine, adopted a resolution today asking the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to issue an advisory opinion on the legal consequences of Israel's construction of a separation barrier between itself and the West Bank.

On the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, Saturday, November 29th, the ‘ActiePlatform Palestina’ (APP) in Belgium organized actions against Israel’s Apartheid Wall in every province capital in Flanders and Brussels. Solidarity actions took place in eight cities throughout Flanders and in total, nearly 700 people demonstrated to make the day a tremendous success.

Activists in Osaka, Japan are continuing their solid campaign in solidarity with Palestinian resistance to the Apartheid Wall with an exhibition December 6 and 7. The exhibition is being held at "Kyobashi Com's Garden", one of the biggest underground shopping streets in Osaka and is a part of an official(municipal) event associated with "Human Rights Week". It will feature photographs of the Wall and other informational materials about its destructive path.

What: Photo Exhibition

When: December 6 and 7, 2003

Where: Kyobashi Com's Garden


You can now download the first English translation of The Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign “Nashra”, meaning newsletter in Arabic. We have chosen to keep this title, as this publication is a direct translation from the Arabic and we want to remain as true to its essence as possible. The Nashra is a powerful tool being used to share information and mobilize here in Palestine. We hope that by making this resource available, we offer another way to consistently highlight the destructive reality of the Wall as well as the ever-increasing resistance to it.

In continuation of activities for International Day Against the Apartheid Wall on November 9th, groups and activities in Amman, Jordan are coordinating events to address the impact of the Wall in Palestine and support Palestinian resistance to defend their livelihoods. The Jerusalem Forum is organizing with the Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign for a lecture on Tuesday December 9th where speakers from the Campaign will disucss the Wall’s devastating reality on life in Palestine.

Baqa ash Sharqiyya, Tulkarem District

***image3***At the Apartheid Wall’s gate to the south of Baqa ash Sharqiyya, a village isolated between the Wall and the Green Line, Israeli military soldiers have now been replaced with so-called border guards. All of the “border guards” at this gate are men, and they are prohibiting all Palestinian women from crossing the gate, forcing them to travel to a gate near the village Qaffin, where they then undergo body searches by soldiers who are women.

RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - Israeli forces killed four Palestinians, including a boy of six, in a major West Bank raid on Monday that provided a sharp contrast to the festive launch in Geneva of a symbolic Middle East peace accord.

The push into Palestinian President Yasser Arafat's base city Ramallah coincided with a U.S. diplomatic mission that won an Israeli pledge to start removing Jewish settler outposts as required by an internationally backed "road map" peace plan.

Some three weeks ago, the Apartheid Wall was “completed” around Azzun Atma with one military checkpoint/gate in the Wall becoming the only entrance for the village, the gate was further built with a five meter ominous sniper-tower. This gate has become a place of intensifying humiliation to all from Israeli soldiers—all residents of Azzun Atma leaving or people from Beit Amin, Mas-ha, Sanniriya, Azzawiya, and Habla who must pass by the sniper-tower into the village in order to reach their land, schools, of workplaces.

The Palestine Solidarity Organization, in cooperation with other solidarity groups in Sweden, mobilized for 2 days of activities in seven cities across the country against the Israeli Apartheid Wall on November 8th and 9th, answering the Palestinian global Call to Action.

From November 9th thru the 16th, communities throughout Philadelphia participated in the Palestinian call for global resistance to the Israeli Apartheid Wall, demanding an immediate end to the Wall. In addition to protesting the Wall and the Israeli Occupation, the demonstrators highlighted the responsibility of the United States government and taxpayers to cease funding of Israel terror. Activists used a series of eight-foot high mock Walls covered with maps, images, commentary and other resources to call attention to the injustice and devastation of the Apartheid Wall.


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