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The images and words below show the beliefs and experiences of Palestinian children facing the Apartheid Wall and Israeli Occupation.



The statements of the children of Nazlet Issa, who have created the drawings and given their testimonies, are one of the most genuine expressions of our people’s suffering and determination to obtain liberation. It shows how deeply our souls are rooted in this land and in the struggle for freedom and justice.



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Nazlat Issa is located in the North of the West Bank next to the Green Line.










The Apartheid Wall is almost completed in Jerusalem, snaking around Palestinian communities and shutting them out of the city. Settlements expand and new colonies emerge on the Palestinian lands left isolated behind the Wall. A railway project seeks to integrate the illegal settlements into the city.

Through Our Hands the Wall will Fall! - The Palestinian struggle against the Wall escalated as people in numerous villages and towns marked the National Week against the Apartheid Wall. The week of resistance was launched for the first time in June 2003 by the Popular Committees of the Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign and has once again challenged the Occupation crimes and strengthened the momentum and the spirit of resistance of the people all along the Wall`s path.

The fact sheet is a short guide for the international campaign against Connex and Alstom, the French companies involved in the creation of a light railway linking the Jewish colonies in East Jerusalem with the central part of the city. This project is an integral part of the Zionist scheme to ethnically cleanse the city and is tantamount to a war crime.

It provides a background to the Wall and Jerusalem, an overview of the impact of the railway project and the international branches and activities of Connex and Alstom so activists can begin campaigns.

More than a year has passed since the Occupation Forces declared the first section of the Apartheid Wall - running from Zaboba near Jenin to Masha in the Qalqiliya district - complete. Today rapid construction marks the second phase of the project surrounding Jerusalem, Ramallah, Bethlehem and Hebron. Meanwhile, away from public attention, the Occupation has started the third phase of the Wall project and begun annexing and ethnically cleansing the Jordan Valley. Under the official title of “development”, the Jordan Valley has become a “Major Governmental Project” for settlement expansion.

The new Campaign flashpoint presentation is a unique tool for activists to introduce Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaigns to their communities. Civil groups, institutions and campaigners will find it an invaluable tool for creating and supporting their initiatives.

The presentation reveals the rationale, aims and arguments around the move to isolate Israeli Apartheid and explores the various forms actions can take.

In this fact sheet the Campaign offers an introduction to the political aims, motivations, and strategic value of the campaign to Isolate Apartheid Israel. It answers some of the most commonly asked questions regarding boycott, divestment and sanctions. You will further find an outline of the many different forms that boycott campaigns can take and some general indications on how to implement the campaigns.

To Download in PDF, Press Here.

23 years ago, between the 17th-19th of September 1982, over 2000 Palestinians in the refugee camps of Sabra and Shatila were brutally massacred under the guidance of Ariel Sharon. Today the war criminal is the Prime Minister of Israel and under the invitation of the United Nations will address its 60th General Assembly. There he will receive the applause of the international community for the Occupation’s latest move; the Gaza “disengagement”.

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***image5***As November the 9th approaches help mobilize for a week of national and global action against the Apartheid Wall by linking to our call available for download on our website!.




Without a doubt, the Zionist Occupation of Palestine did not evacuate the Gaza settlers out of good will. The Occupation understood that it would never be able to defeat Palestinians in Gaza, and despite all the Israeli crimes, sieges, and massacres, that the Palestinian resistance could not be broken. Israel failed in its attempts to create internal Palestinian conflict in Gaza. It became a costly and heavy burden for the Zionists and a perpetual source of fear for its soldiers and settlers.




“Without the dismantling of the Apartheid Wall, without the liberation of our land, without the destruction of settlements, there will be no real independence, no viable state and no dignity. Neither the humanitarian aid missions of the UN, nor the funds offered by the World Bank and United States for the industrial zones and hi-tech gates of the Wall, can alter our resistance to tear down the Apartheid Wall.”
The Palestinian Grassroots Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign,
February 2005

Download the Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign’s Flash Presentation for organizing against the Wall in your area! The new flash presentation is an activist tool of 92 slides that gives updated information and images about the destruction and forced expulsion caused by the Apartheid Wall. The presentation offers the history of the Apartheid Wall, with occupanying maps that illustrate the general Occupation plans in Palestine and the West Bank and Jerusalem in particular. Additionally, the maps included clearly explain the Wall’s path through the entire West Bank.

Marking the one year anniversary of the ICJ decree on the illegality of the Apartheid Wall, villages across Palestine mobilized during a week long series of protests, demanding the ICJ decision to be implemented. As long as the Occupation continues, Palestinians will continue to resist and demand for their right to self-determination. No matter how hungry the Zionist vision, the instinct for liberation is stronger.



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As world leaders gather in Scotland for the G8 summit, the Palestinian people and solidarity groups across the world will mark the first anniversary of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling on the Apartheid Wall. The court, having taken up the popular appeals from Palestine, stipulated that the Wall is illegal and must be dismantled while directing the international community “not to render aid or assistance in maintaining the situation created by [the Wall’s] construction”.

Silwan is one of the Jerusalem neighborhoods most threatened with Judaization, with continuous settler attacks and occupation of its houses. Just last year in Silwan, in March 2004, settlers occupied two buildings that together comprise of 12 flats, added to the houses and lands in Silwan already taken over by settlers during previous years, a large part of which are located in Wadi Hilwa, which overlooks Bustan and is adjacent to the Old City.

Tracing back the history of The Apartheid Wall to 1994, this fact sheet provides a detailed overview of the Wall's development and the campaign to tear it down. Chronicling events year by year, the fact sheet provides a comprehensive history of The Apartheid Wall and resistance to it. Great for presentations, information stalls and wider dissemination amongst Palestinian solidarity campaigners. To Download This FactSheet In High Quality PDF Resolution Press Here

Every day in Palestine, entire villages actively protest against the Apartheid Wall and the Occupation that has stolen their land, demolished their houses and imprisoned them in ghettos of poverty and oppression. They demand that the Wall and the Apartheid infrastructure of Jewish-only bypass roads, military zones and settlements are torn down. Not "modified" or made more “tolerable," but dismantled entirely, a demand that is supported in international law, including the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and a number of UN resolutions.

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