Posted August 10, 2007, by & filed under Articles, Opinion .

On paper, the headlines sounded promising, even stirring. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, it was reported, told Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas at their meeting in Jericho that he would push for the establishment of a Palestinian state as “fast as possible” on _the equivalent to 100 percent of the territories conquered in 1967._ The Palestinians,… Read more »

Posted July 17, 2007, by & filed under News, Rebuilding Demolished Homes .

Internationals from the UK, Ireland, Switzerland, Italy and Canada gathered on Saturday for the beginning of the 2007 ICAHD summer camp. For the next two weeks, the participants will work alongside Israelis and Palestinians as they rebuild a home for the Hamdan family, who had their house demolished by an Israeli bulldozer on 21 November… Read more »

Posted June 25, 2007, by & filed under News, UK Specific .

Despite ongoing human rights violations and the UK governmentis own export guidelines, the UK has consistently licensed exports to Israel for range of military equipment. The notorious F-16 fighter jets and Apache combat helicopters used by Israel to bomb Lebanese and Palestinian town, and to maintain the ongoing occupation of the Palestinian Territories, rely on… Read more »

Posted , by & filed under Beduin, News .

On Monday, 25th June, the Israeli Government demolished 25 homes of Bedouins in the Negev, leaving over 150 men women and children homeless in the scorching desert. The government of Israel moved the family of Abu el Qian away from their ancestral lands in 1956, and placed them where they are now n in the… Read more »

Posted , by & filed under Analysis, Articles .

For all the attention and hysteria the latest events in Gaza have generated since the Hamas _takeover,_ for Israel they represent nothing but a minor blip in its inexorable drive towards its own unilateral _solution:_ apartheid. Israelas end-game, explicit and unruffled by the recent turmoil on the ground, is clear. It is laid out in… Read more »

Posted June 18, 2007, by & filed under International, News .

After meeting President Jacques Chirac in France in June, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert vowed to push ahead with his contentious plan to redraw Israel’s borders with the Palestinians, unilaterally if necessary. “The plan is inevitable, it will be implemented, hopefully by agreement, but it will be implemented,” he told reporters. Olmert also insisted that… Read more »

Posted June 16, 2007, by & filed under Articles, UK Specific .

Just as I campaigned for boycotts against apartheid in South Africa many years ago, now I shall do so against Israeli apartheid, says Colin Green, who has recently been elected new Chair of ICAHD UK. EducationGuardian.co.uk, Monday, 11th June, 2007 The strong and hostile response from pro-Israeli groups, as well as the UK government fearful… Read more »