A CAMPAIGN FOCUSING ATTENTION ON ISRAEL’S POLICY OF JUDAIZATION

Posted May 16, 2015, by & filed under Analysis, Palestinian Internal Politics.

The essence of Israel’s conflict with the Palestinians is displacement. For the past century Zionism has worked diligently and systematically to turn Palestine into the Land of Israel. On the way it has aspired to appropriate all the country’s land and resources and, ultimately, to drive the remaining Palestinians out, or at least to confine… Read more »

The Israeli Elections: A Game-Changer

Posted March 20, 2015, by & filed under Analysis, Israeli Politics.

By Jeff Halper Dramatic as they were for returning Netanyahu to power, the Israeli elections did not witness a major shift in political forces; in fact, the center-left (albeit Labor now pandering to the right by rebranding itself the “Zionist Camp”) did better than in the 2013 elections, while the right polled considerably less than… Read more »

Jeff Halper’s interview with ‘Jewish Post & News’

Posted March 13, 2015, by & filed under Analysis.

Jeff Halper, Director of ICAHD, has just completed his month-long speaking tour of Canada that took him from Newfoundland across to Vancouver. Among the achievements was his public interview with Bernie Bellan of the Jewish Post & News in Winnipeg, that you can see in full below.  

ICAHD UK conference hears one-state message

Posted April 26, 2014, by & filed under Analysis, Articles.

Israeli activist Jeff Halper and academic Ilan Pappe had a clear message for delegates at the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD) UK conference this weekend: the two state solution is dead, and the failure of the Kerry initiative is a moment of dangerous opportunity. With a focus on the theme of ‘Rising from the… Read more »

Israeli officials often say: “We never finished 1948″….

Posted April 11, 2014, by & filed under Analysis, Articles.

….That doesn’t mean they have given up trying. Thus ends Jeff Halper’s latest analysis of the virulent rate and spread of home demolitions within East Jerusalem, in the West Bank and displacement of Bedouins and others in the Jordan valley since 1967. In his latest analysis, “Demolishing homes, demolishing peace”, Halper, a Professor of Anthropology,… Read more »

Kerryas _Pax Israelianaa has failed. What next?

Posted July 5, 2013, by & filed under Analysis, Articles.

How do we respond to Kerry? I donat know of anyone familiar with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict _ across the board _ who sees in the Kerry initiative anything other than an attempt to impose on the Palestinians a Pax Israeliana. In fact, neither Kerry nor his Israeli partners bother to deny it. For his part,… Read more »

Thoughts by Jeff Halper following travels in Europe

Posted March 19, 2013, by & filed under Analysis, Articles.

Jeff Halper, Director of ICAHD, has travelled since the new year to Norway, Finland, France, Belgium and Luxembourg. He summarises impressions and thoughts from his encounters below. There is clearly something moving in Europe regarding the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. Public opinion throughout the Continent, always wavering between guilt over the Holocaust and a strong commitment to… Read more »

Another Gain for Perseverance: The UN Vote……

Posted December 13, 2012, by & filed under Analysis, Articles.

…..recognizing Palestine. Here follow thoughts from Jeff Halper on the recent huge majority vote by the UN General Assembly to give Palestine status as a “non-member observer state”. Another Gain for Perseverance: The UN Vote recognizing Palestine. And Yet… Thoughts from Jeff Halper On one level, the General Assemblyas overwhelming vote to recognize the state… Read more »