Netanyahu not welcome in Britain
Netanyahu
Netanyahu has been invited to London in September by David Cameron on a diplomatic visit. The exact date of his arrival is not yet known, but keep checking our website and updates to stay informed.
It is shameful that our government should welcome a man who was responsible for the massacre of thousands of civilians in Gaza last summer. Netanyahu continues to keep Gaza under siege, to the immense suffering of its inhabitants.
The petition to have Netanyahu arrested for war crimes has almost reached 90,000 signatures. If 100,000 people sign the petition it will be considered for debate in Parliament.
Sign our letter and show that Netanyahu is not welcome in Britain, and that we reject our Government’s support for the leader of an apartheid state.
And lastly, sign up to join our protest when Netanyahu comes to London.
Gaza One Year On: Sign our petition
On the 26th of August last year, the 50 day onslaught on Gaza finally ceased. More than 2,000 Palestinians were killed by Israel during that time, including more than 500 children. Of the 18,000 houses destroyed or severely damaged, not one has been rebuilt. Gaza remains under crippling blockade and, according to the United Nations aid agency for Palestinian refugees, the infant mortality rate in Gaza has risen for the first time in over half a century.
Israel continues to show no mercy to the people of Gaza, forcing them to stay trapped in a humanitarian crisis day after day.
Sign our petition demanding that the UK Government exert immediate pressure on Israel until they end the siege on Gaza.
Labour rose
Book your seat to Cardiff for protest!
ELbit factory action
Join us for a protest on the 6th September when the Israeli national football team is playing Wales in the qualifying round of the men’s EURO 2016 competition.
A rally is being organised in Cardiff outside the football match to oppose the whitewashing of crimes enacted by the Israeli state through participation in international sporting events. Even though its racist and segregationist policies contravene FIFA rules, yet again it seems there is a separate set of rules for the Israeli government.
Don’t let this cover-up go unchallenged!
Book your place on a coach to Cardiff (there are various coaches running from different areas of the country) and be there to show Israeli racism the red card.
Stop Arming Israel!
ExCel Centre
7th September
On the 7th of September, the DSEI Arms Fair at ExCel Centre London will begin. Israel will have its own national pavilion at the fair, showcasing its weapons to military buyers. At this fair deals are made between arms companies and buyers, including nations with histories of serious human rights violations.
Stop Arming Israel will be staging a day of peaceful creative action outside ExCel, challenging the hateful motives of the Israeli and International arms companies, and their pursuit of profit at the expense of innocent lives.
Brings banners and drums, and a creative attitude!
News & Events
Veolia sells its shares in the Jerusalem Light Rail and completes withdrawal from the Israeli market | Who profits
St. Louis police bought Israeli skunk spray after Ferguson uprising | Electronic Intifada
Infant mortality soars in Gaza after 8 years of Israeli siege | Electronic Intifada
Man found under rubble in Gaza one year on | IMEMC
‘I was part of a terror organisation’ says Israeli pilot turned activist | Electronic Intifada
Palestinian Christians clash with Israeli police over separation wall | Maan News
Palestinian family struggles to pay expenses after deadly arson attack | Aljazeera America

Saturday 29 August – Demo for Gaza ‘Remember Gaza – Stop Arming Israeli’ – Brighton
Saturday 29 August – Gaza one year on, remembering the children: Slough PSC – Landmark Place, High Street, Slough
Saturday 29 August – Reading by Atef Abu Saif: Edinburgh Arabic Festival – University of Edinburgh; 50 George Square, Edinburgh
Tuesday 1 September – Talk: Unite visit to Palestine, 2014 with Milton Keynes PSC – Centrecom, 602 North Row/Secklow Gate, Milton Keynes
Thursday 3 September – Reading by Atef Abu Saif in Nottingham
Five Leaves Bookshop, 14a Long Row, Nottingham
Friday 4 September – Reading by Atef Abu Saif in Manchester
Chapter One Books, 19 Lever Street, Manchester
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