Take creative action against Israeli apartheid – New Group, Open Meeting

TweetShare This Get together to create a new London Palestine solidarity group – Open meeting Tuesday, 24 September 2013, 19:00 – 21:00 The Rag Factory, 16-18 Heneage Street, off Brick Lane, E1 5LJ https://www.facebook.com/events/1415387922016427/ Want to take creative action against Israeli apartheid? Trying to get involved in effective and participatory Palestine solidarity work? If that sounds like you, make sure you get down to the... Read More

Open Shuhada Street Global Actions Mapped

TweetShare ThisSome of us at Palestine Place have been hard at work mapping the global actions that took place last month in solidarity with Shuhada Street in Hebron, known as ‘Apartheid Street’ because it has been completely closed to Palestinians since 2000. This happened in bizarre connection to the Cave of the Patriarchs massacre, and despite Israel has promised to open the vital and once thriving commercial street, it remains closed,... Read More

Glyn Secker on Zionism and the Jewish Boat to Gaza: Audio now online

TweetShare This On Wednesday 13th June Glyn Secker, from Jews for Justice for Palestine, talked to us at Palestine Place about the history of Zionism and his experience on the Jewish Boat to Gaza.   Audio of the event is now available to be streamed here. Direct download links:  MP3 (50.6mb), or Ogg Vorbis (36.2mb) #call_to_action h4{padding:0px 5px;} Read More

Jeremy Hardy Q&A at Palestine Place: Audio now online

TweetShare This On Sunday June 10th Jeremy Hardy came to Palestine Place to watch a film with us (‘Jeremy Hardy vs the Israeli Army’ was the film, by Leila Sansour) and afterwards Jeremy was kind enough to stick around for a revealing and entertaining Q&A session. It touched upon the making of the film, unsurprisingly, and also other interesting topics like the BBC. Audio of the event is now available to be streamed here (28 minutes). Direct... Read More

Ilan Pappe Speaks at Palestine Place: Video and Audio now online

TweetShare This On Friday 8th June the renowned Israeli historian Ilan Pappe gave a powerful, enlightening and charming talk on the context and prospects of the current situation in Palestine, starting with the pros and cons of the disappearance from Israeli discourse of ‘liberal’ Zionism. He also answered some great questions with equally great answers in the following Q&A session. Click on the picture above to watch the video. Total... Read More

New pictures in our gallery

TweetShare This    Check out our updated Palestine Place gallery on Flickr. If you have any wicked pictures taken during your time at PP and would like to see them published here, please go to Media Gallery in the top right corner of the page and follow instructions there.   GO TO OUR FLICKR GALLERY   #call_to_action h4{padding:0px 5px;} Read More

Palestine Place successful in court today – staying as planned

TweetShare ThisToday Palestine Place was represented in Central London County Court in heroic fashion by Jim Saxon, in what he described as ‘singularly the weirdest squat defence case I’ve ever run’. We successfully prevented an interim possession order from being issued against our space at 24 Grays Inn Road. This would have made it criminal to stay in the building (scheduled for demolition in August) with near-immediate effect, have been needlessly... Read More

Shareholders meeting of Israeli prison contractor G4S targeted

TweetShare This Palestine solidarity activists joined anti-deportation and anti-austerity groups for a noisy demonstration outside the annual meeting of private security company G4S in London yesterday. Chanting by the more than 70 campaigners present could be heard inside the meeting, while shareholders were handed an alternative annual report that looked like an official G4S publication but profiled the company’s human rights abuses in Palestine... Read More

New G4S Advertisement outside Kings Cross

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Video from Mahmoud Sarsak Solidarity Demo 5th June

TweetShare This 5th June- Demonstration in support of Palestinian footballer Mahmoud Sarsak from Palestine Place on Vimeo. Here’s footage from when we took to the streets with a few footballs in solidarity with Mahmoud Sarsak, the Palestinian footballer who is still on hunger strike, more than 80 days after he started in protest at his imprisonment by Israel, which has now lasted without trial for 3 years. #call_to_action h4{padding:0px 5px;} Read More

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