PSC Statement on hunger striking Palestinian prisoner Mohammed Al-qeeq

February 17, 2016 End the administrative detention of Mohammed Al-Qeeq Supporters of justice for Palestinians are following news of the deteriorating health of Palestinian detainee Mohammed Al-Qeeq with great concern. Al-Qeeq, a Palestinian journalist is in his 84th day of a hunger strike in protest against his administrative detention. He is currently in Ha’Emek Hospital …

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Watch how Israeli police drag a 13 year old Palestinian child to military trial

This is a most appalling example of the oppression Palestinian children are subjected to by the illegal Israeli occupation.  Jewish children are treated differently to Palestinian children.  Different Laws apply to Palestinians and Jews who live in the same area.  This is shear racism and Apartheid. There is no excuse for this. From April 2015

G4S, a prisoner of its own acts. AGM dominated by questions on Israeli prison contracts

Press release by the Palestine Solidarity Campaign 5/6/2014 The annual general meeting of global security company, G4S, was severely disrupted today by campaigners protesting about the company’s alleged complicity in human rights abuses and breaches of international law. Instead of discussing issues such as capital growth, the AGM was dominated by the subject of G4S’s …

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Birmingham vigil in support of Palestinian Hunger Strikers 3 May 2014

Birmingham city centre stood in solidarity with Palestinian prisoners, particularly 200 Administrative detainees on hunger strike since the 24th of April. The month of May is particularly poignant when one considers that 66 years ago, Zionist terrorists were busy ethnically cleansing 500 Palestinian towns and villages, forcing 800,000 native Palestinians into exile. The West Midlands …

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Birmingham vigil for Palestinian hunger strikers 3 May

Over 200 Palestinian prisoners started an open-ended hunger strike a week ago to protest their administrative detentions by the Israeli occupying forces without any guilt or charges leveled against them. The West Midlands Palestine Solidarity Campaign (WMPSC) will hold a vigil as part of the May Day event outside Waterstones, on Sat 3rd May 12pm …

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