Israel/Palestine

Israel-Palestine: Two Nations, Two States!

Israel out of the Occupied Territories!
For a Palestinian state with the same rights as Israel!

For Arab-Jewish workers' unity on a basis of consistent democracy! For a socialist Israel and a socialist Palestine in a socialist federation of the Middle East!


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Two Nations, Two States. Socialists and Israel-Palestine

Second edition of pamphlet, published 2002.

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Support Israeli refusers

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Solidarity

A poll showed 95% of Israeli Jews believed the war to be justified. In the same poll only 3-4% agreed with the statement that “the IDF had used excessive firepower in the conflict”. In a separate poll only 10% agreed THAT it was time to stop the war. The opposition is very isolated.
Nonetheless on 26 July around 5,000 people protested against the incursion into Gaza in Tel Aviv. On 9 August protestors defied a ban to protest in the city. These and other demonstrations have faced violent right-wing opposition.

More young Israelis are refusing military service

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Union branches' motions for workers' solidarity against Israel's assault on Gaza

There is now a pause in Israel's assault on Gaza, and it looks like the ceasefire may hold. However, the conditions of occupation and brutalisation of the Palestinians which are the background to the conflict look set to continue. The need for socialists to develop internationalist, working-class responses to the conflict remains acute. As such, we reproduce two motions passed by union branches as examples of how labour-movement bodies can respond and orient. The practical resolutions of solidarity with workers' organisations in Palestine/Israel are more essential than ever.

Two labour-movement resolutions condemning Israel's bombing of Gaza, and calling for working-class solidarity and a just, two-states settlement to the conflict.

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Is the media biased over Gaza?

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Gemma Short

Gaza demonstrations, mainly lacking any physical target to protest at, have been taking demonstrations to BBC offices across the country. Claiming BBC bias over coverage of the conflict in Gaza, chants have included 'Shame on you BBC!'.

With many Gaza protests aiming their anger at the BBC, is the BBC biased? Is it more biased than other news sources?

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Pourquoi il faut lutter contre l’antisémitisme au sein des manifestations en faveur de Gaza

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Daniel Randall (Traduction: Yves Coleman, pour 'Ni patrie ni frontières')

Lors de la manifestation de solidarité avec la Palestine qui s’est tenue à Londres, le 26 juillet 2014, j’ai interpellé un manifestant qui brandissait une pancarte proclamant « On recherche : Les Protocoles des Sages de Sion » le tout accompagné d’une étoile de David, dégoulinante de sang, avec au milieu le chiffre 666 [symbole de la Bête, du Diable dans l’Apocalypse de saint Jean. L’image se trouve ici : ici.

Traduction d'un article de AWL par Yves Coleman pour le journal 'Ni patrie ni frontières'.

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