Posted March 29, 2008, by & filed under Articles, Culture .

For the first time since the assassination of Al-Ali, 50 of his original illustrations will be exhibited in the Political Cartoon Gallery. Shooting the Witness is an exhibition featuring the work of the late Palestinian cartoonist, Naji al-Ali, to commemorate 60 years to the Palestinian Nakba and the 20th anniversary of al-Alias assassination in London…. Read more »

Posted March 27, 2008, by & filed under Articles, UK Specific .

On April 7, Prince Philip will be hosting a dinner at Windsor Castle organised by the Jewish National Fund. They will be marking the 60th anniversary of the establishment of the Israeli state. However this is not a private dinner. Nor is the JNF an ordinary organisation…… <img src="/wp-content/uploads/archiveimages/Honi soit.jpg" alt="Honi soit qui mal y… Read more »

Posted February 16, 2008, by & filed under News, UK Specific .

Angela Godfrey-Goldstein, ICAHDis Advocacy Officer, delivered the following speech to a meeting at the Houses of Parliament on Monday, attended by MPs. She represented ICAHD at the meeting on a panel, which included Prof Manuel Hassassian, Palestinian General Delegate to UK, and three MPs. Angela was on the committee that organized the Israeli Convoy to… Read more »

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During the last week, the right-wing association, Elad, and the Police have intensified their operations against the Palestinian citizens of Silwan, located just below the Dung Gate in what is reputed to be the ancient City of David. Local residents who protested against the archaeological excavations conducted under their houses have been detained for interrogations,… Read more »

Posted January 26, 2008, by & filed under Analysis, Articles .

January 23, 2008 The people of Palestine have done it again, taking their own fate in their hands after being let down by their own “moderate” political leadership and, indeed, the entire international community in their struggle for freedom. Early this morning they simply blew up the wall separating Gaza from Egypt, breaking a siege… Read more »

Posted January 11, 2008, by & filed under News, Peace Process .

U.S. President George Bush landed in Israel yesterday on his first Presidential trip to the country. He participated in a press conference in Jerusalem with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert in what both men termed a ihistorici and imonumentali occasion. After listening to both so-called leaders make their opening comments and fielding questions from journalists,… Read more »

Posted December 25, 2007, by & filed under Articles, Separation Wall .

6 am, UK: Excited children wake up early this morning to the feel of a heavy load on their feet, a sign that the hoped-for night visitor has not forgotten them this Christmas. Same time (4am), Bethlehem: The first taxis arrive at the main checkpoint out of Bethlehem, and disgorge their load of the town’s… Read more »

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At 11.15 pm on Christmas Eve, the ITV broadcast a programme on Christmas time in Bethlehem as it is today, focussing on the Christian community living in Bethlehem. It will be broadcast again on Boxing Day at 12.15 am. The content gave on the whole a bleak depiction of the restrictions under which all residents… Read more »