Palestine Welcomes Decision To Investigate Israeli Violations

By Telesur English. -

On Thursday, Palestine welcomed a decision by the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNCHR) to form an independent international commission to investigate Israeli violations of Palestinian [...]

Ben And Jerry’s Vows To Stop Sales In Israeli West Bank Settlements

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On Monday Ben & Jerry’s announced that it would stop selling ice cream in Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory. The move comes after years of pressure from activists in the [...]

Feminists Are Resisting Colonization By Fighting Sexual Violence

By Nadine Naber, Truthout. -

As Israeli settler-colonialism finds its perfect ally in U.S. settler-colonialism, U.S.-based advocates of Israel have been reifying this pattern for decades by consistently bullying Palestinian [...]

Elbit Tamworth Shut Down For The Third Time

By Palestine Action. -

Action follows brutalisation of Palestinians by Israeli forces over the weekend, with almost 400 injured as live ammunition was used against Palestinians protesting illegal land confiscation in [...]

Palestinians In Chicago Nurture Connection To A Homeland Far Away

By Alresalah English. -

An Estimated 85,000 Palestinians Live In Greater Chicago — 60% Of The Area’s Arab Population. The Connection Some Of Them Feel To Their Homeland Was On Full Display During Street Protests In The [...]

Activists Occupy Property Manager Of Israel’s Drone Engine Factory

By Palestine Action. -

Vine Property Management, trading under the Fisher German banner, has been occupied and shut down by Palestine Action in the morning of the 5th July, as Palestine Action call for an end to the [...]

Shutting Down The British Arms Trade To Israel

By Alan Macleod and Mnar Muhawesh Adley, Mintpress News. -

Palestine Action Has Made Headlines For Its Forceful Commitment To Shutting Down The Arms Trade Between Israel And The U.K., Trying To Do With Direct Action What Anti-War Organizations Have Long [...]

How Gaza Dethroned The King Of Israel

By Ramzy Baroud, Toward Freedom. -

How did Benjamin Netanyahu manage to serve as Israel’s longest-serving Prime Minister? With a total of 15 years in office, Netanyahu surpassed the 12-year leadership of Israel’s founding father, [...]

British Activist Climbs 200m Crane In Solidarity With Palestinians

By Rayhan Uddin, Middle East Eye. -

A 69-year-old activist has scaled and spent the night atop a 200 metre high crane near the United States embassy in London, in solidarity with Palestinians. Nick Georges, who is a grandfather, [...]

680 Global Leaders Urge Biden To End ‘Israeli Oppression’

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More than 680 global leaders, from politicians and Nobel laureates to leading academics and peace advocates, have called on US President Joe Biden to honour his commitments towards protecting the [...]

What Does The Museum Of Modern Art Have To Do With Palestinian Oppression?

By Mira Fox, Forward. -

New York City - Of all the museums to criticize for its ties to imperialism, the Museum of Modern Art seems like a strange one. Why not the Metropolitan Museum, or the British Museum, [...]

Israeli Apartheid Not Welcome In Canadian Ports #BlocktheBoat

By Canada Palestine Association. -

In recent weeks, people of conscience in Canada watched in horror as the Israeli regime ruthlessly targeted Palestinians from all regions of historic Palestine. What started as a popular movement [...]

New Israeli Government, Same Israeli Apartheid

By Ariel Gold, Mondoweiss. -

After 12 years, Israel finally inaugurated a new prime minister. While being hailed by many as the opportunity for a fresh start, Naftali Bennett is at best a maintainer of Netanyahu’s policies [...]

Protesters Prevent Israeli Container Ship From Docking

By Matt Allen, CBC News. -

An Israeli container ship was prevented from docking Monday at the Prince Rupert, B.C., port after a group of about 10 protesters — whose aim is to block Israel from shipping goods to North [...]

Solemn Vigil At Shannon Remembers Child Victims Of War

Sunday June 13th saw us returning to Shannon Airport to recommence our monthly peace vigils. We had around 20 peace activists there, watched by around 20 Gardai. Inside the airport, security [...]