Building homes in a city slated for demolition

Posted November 8, 2016, by & filed under Articles, House Rebuilding.

– Photo: ICAHD A personal account of a Palestinian architect in Jerusalem By Muna A. Since I was a small child I dreamt of building houses. I remember my father used to take me on afternoon walks through the old city and tell me stories about the history of the four quarters, the ancient houses… Read more »

ICAHD UK October newsletter

Posted November 3, 2016, by & filed under Communities demolished, House Demolitions, House Demolitions, House Rebuilding, News, Rebuilding Demolished Homes, Summer Camps.

Featuring news about ICAHD’s rebuilding camp for 2017, our Global Digital Photo Party for raising funds, an update on demolitions and other news, the Palestine Lobby of Parliament on 15th November, the EU’s response to BDS, a review of Israel and South Africa: The Many Faces of Apartheid ed. Ilan Pappe. Read October Newsletter

Autumn 2016 begins in rubble

Posted October 25, 2016, by & filed under House Demolitions, House Demolitions.

Rubble left in Dahmash after multiple homes were demolished in 2015

From the beginning of 2016 to mid-October, Israel has demolished 871 Palestinian structures, according to weekly totals from the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), displacing 1351 people. These alarming figures provide further fuel for ICAHD’s campaign to end home demolitions. Why is this cruel policy of house demolitions allowed to continue? Around 20,000 Palestinians hold demolition… Read more »

Kairos Britain and the World Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel

Posted September 15, 2016, by & filed under Culture, House Demolitions, UK Specific.

– As partners of the Kairos Britain initiative, we wanted to highlight this years’ World Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel (18th – 24th September 2016) by encouraging our members in the Christian faith communities to share their experiences with you. Charlotte Marshall tells us about how the Kairos call came about and what Kairos Britain and… Read more »

JUDAIZING PALESTINE: A campaign against house demolitions in a single state

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Shrinking Palestine (PSC)

Since 1967 discussion around Israel and Palestine has always differentiated between the territory considered “Israeli,” the 78% of historic Palestine that lies within the 1967 borders, and the “Occupied Palestinian Territory,” the 22% of Palestine comprising the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza – the “two-state solution”. This reflected the idea that somehow one day a Palestinian state would arise… Read more »

Jerusalem amidst escalating violence

Posted September 14, 2016, by & filed under Opinion, Personal Experiences, Study Tour Reports.

grates on roof

  – As partners of the Kairos Britain initiative, we wanted to highlight this years’ World Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel (18th – 24th September 2016) by encouraging our members in the Christian faith communities to share their experiences with you. Tom and Gill reflect on their experience of the holy city of Jerusalem during… Read more »

Supporting ICAHD in the Methodist Church

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Jeff Halper at Melbourne Terrace

– As partners of the Kairos Britain initiative, we wanted to highlight this years’ World Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel (18th – 24th September 2016) by encouraging our members in the Christian faith communities to share their experiences with you. Stephen reflects on how the work of ICAHD has informed the Methodist support for Palestine… … Read more »

Palestine featured again at this years’ Greenbelt festival

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Deborah at Greenbelt

  – As partners of the Kairos Britain initiative, we wanted to highlight this years’ World Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel (18th – 24th September 2016) by encouraging our members in Christian faith communities to share their experiences with you. Deborah shares her experience of Greenbelt festival this year an how it continues to highlight… Read more »

Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions worked in South Africa

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WWPPI

As partners of the Kairos Britain initiative, we wanted to highlight this years’ World Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel (18th – 24th September 2016) by encouraging our members in Christian faith communities to share their experiences with you. Brian Brown was South Africa’s first banned churchperson who came to England as a refugee from apartheid… Read more »