October 2017 Demolitions and Displacement summary

Posted November 15, 2017, by & filed under Analysis, Articles, House Demolitions, Latest News, News.

September saw a slight decrease in Palestinian home demolitions as a result of the Jewish holiday season. However, the month of October brought renewed misery to Palestinians across Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory, with demolitions taking place almost daily. More demolitions at Al Araqib Three separate demolitions took place on October 3rd, two of… Read more »

September 2017 Demolition and Displacement Summary

Posted September 29, 2017, by & filed under apartheid, House Demolitions, House Demolitions, ICAHD reports, Latest News, News.

Image: Home demolition in Silwan, ocuppied East Jerusalem. Ma’an News Agency   In comparison to the month of August, September 2017 saw a slight decrease on the average number of weekly demolitions of Palestinian homes and business across the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT) and within Israel itself. While appearing to be a positive change, this… Read more »

Write to your UK MP about school demolitions

Posted September 4, 2017, by & filed under House Demolitions, Latest News, News.

Many have been very shocked by recent reports of demolitions of schools and school equipment just before Palestinian children return to school. This is part of an ongoing campaign to make the lives of Palestinians living in areas sought by Israel for further settlement construction untenable – clearing the way for further illegal settlements and… Read more »

The deal: Israel’s endgame – Jeff Halper

Posted August 12, 2017, by & filed under Latest News, News, Opinion.

An article by Jeff Halper, first published by Middle East Monitor  De facto what we have in Palestine today is precisely what the Zionist movement, the pre-state Yishuv and successive Israeli governments have been working towards since the start of the twentieth century: the complete “judaisation” of Palestine – transforming an Arab country into the Land of Israel…. Read more »