Home > Call > Call

Call

Articles in this section


Alert : catastrophic situation for farmers in Gaza (Call)

Saturday 20 October 2018 by le Bureau national de l’UJFP, RAAD

A warning from farmers association from Khuza’a and Abasan

Rural Association For Agricultural Development (RAAD) and French Jewish Union for Peace (UJFP)

Stubbornness of Gazan farmers, keeping with cultivating their fields, should it be under bullets, is one of the vivid form of Palestinian resistance. French solidarity movement understands it clearly, as shown by the success of the two water-tower campaigns coordinated by UJFP, meant to allow watering Khuza’a and Abasan fields located nearby the separation fence.



As Israelis, we call on the world to intervene on behalf of Palestinians (In israel)

Friday 29 June 2018

We’re patriotic citizens but are horrified by the escalating tensions in our country: we fear for those who live here

Ilana Hammerman and David Harel

Published on June 29, 2018 on the Website of the Guardian.



After Israel’s massacre in Gaza the EU must impose military embargo on Israel! (Call)

Friday 18 May 2018 by ECCP

– POSTED ON 17 MAI 2018

Over 60 Palestinians were killed, including seven children and around 2000 demonstrators were injured on Monday, May 14th, as Israeli snipers fired live ammunition at protesters commemorating the 70th anniversary this week of the Nakba and protesting against the opening of the US embassy in East Jerusalem.



ECCP statement concerning Israel’s BDS blacklist (Call)

Friday 12 January 2018 by ECCP

10 janvier | ECCP |

The European Coordination of Committees and Associations for Palestine (ECCP) is one of 20 organisations from around the world that fight for Palestinian rights whose members have been banned from entering Palestine by the government of the state of Israel due to their defence of Palestinian human rights and their support of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.



Appreciation / The First European Conference on Israeli Settlements \ Brussels (Call)

Wednesday 22 November 2017

Ladies and Gentlemen
Members of the First European Conference on Israeli Settlement \ November 6, Brussels.

We would like to express our deep thanks and appreciation for your participation, and your kind contribution, which had a great impact on the success of the activities of the first European Conference on Settlement, which was held on 6 November 2017 in Brussels.
We hope that, you will play a principal role to internationalize the issue of israeli settlements through the institutions and positions you represent in your countries, and mobilize European public opinion against Israeli settlement in the occupied Palestinian territories.
We herewith send you the Final Declaration (Brussels Declaration) adopted by your Conference, as well as the names of the members of the Follow-up Committee.

We look forward to meet you again, and thank you for your solidarity with our Palestinian People.



Develop Almasra Press News Network (Call)

Saturday 2 September 2017 by Mohamad Zwahra

I am Mohamad Zwahra, 18 Years old, from Al-Masara village, South Bethlehem, Palestine.

I has been participating in, and documenting, the life of the village for nearly a decade.

I take photographs and write about the nonviolent protests, the cultural activities of the area, the tradition and customs by documenting the life stories of the people of the village and the other surrounding villages.



Solidarity Appeal with Palestinian Prisoners and detainees on hunger strike in Israeli prisons (Call)

Wednesday 10 May 2017 by UAWC

Call for Action, May, 9th 2017: 23 days on Hunger Strike, 552 Hours Without Food.

Solidarity Appeal with Palestinian Prisoners and detainees on hunger strike in Israeli prisons

To all Human Rights and human dignity defenders…

To all who oppose Israel crimes and terrorism …



Statement: As the practices of criminalization, incarceration, detention and deportation are global, so too must be our resistance (Call)

Friday 5 May 2017

by Activism Sedq: A Global Jewish Network for Justice on May 4, 2017.

Sedq: A Global Jewish Network for Justice stands in solidarity with Palestinian prisoners in their struggle for freedom and an end to political imprisonment. The Palestinian prisoner Hunger Strike has been going on since the 17th of April – and we call for their full protection and rights. Over 1500 Palestinian prisoners are on a hunger strike, a form of resistance and protest that is part of a larger struggle for freedom and against the occupation military’s control over Palestinian bodies and lives. They are raising awareness of the 6300 Palestinian political prisoners, which includes 300 children and 61 women, 500 of whom are in administrative detention.



Time for acting out and time for resistance! European solidarity! (Call)

Wednesday 8 March 2017

Call from :

• Union Juive Française pour la Paix (France)
• Rete Eco, Ebrei Contro L’Occupazione (Italy)
• Jüdische Stimme für einen gerechten Frieden (Germany)
• Union des Progressistes Juifs de Belgique (Belgium)
• Jewish Voice for Democracy and Justice in Israel/Palestine (JVJP) (Switzerland)



Manifesto “Solidarity, more than ever an offense? “ (Call)

Thursday 19 January 2017

January 2017

Of course, solidarity has never been included in any code as an offense.

However, associative activists who are only helping people in very precarious situations, victims of dangerous, violent and even inhuman decisions, find themselves facing justice today.

With the introduction of a state of emergency, and in the context of the so-called “migratory crisis”, there has been a resurgence of prosecutions aimed at preventing the expression of solidarity with migrants, refugees, Roma and undocumented migrants. It is the support for all foreigners which tends to become suspect, the expression of the contestation of the policies being carried out which is assimilated with rebellion and the disturbance to public order.



Les seules publications de notre site qui engagent notre association sont notre charte et nos communiqués. Les autres articles publiés sur ce site sans nécessairement refléter exactement nos positions, nous ont paru intéressants à verser aux débats ou à porter à votre connaissance.

Home | Contact | Site Map | | Site statistics | Visitors : 3650283