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Apartheid in the fields: From occupied Palestine to UK Supermarkets

Click here to download Apartheid in the fields: From occupied Palestine to UK supermarkets or Click here to buy a copy or Read online Israeli agricultural export companies are profiting from the Israeli colonisation of Palestinian land. In 2005 a… Continue Reading

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Palestine Solidarity for Families

Demolition of a home in East Jerusalem, as depicted by a child of the Amro family. The children continue to suffer from anxiety, trauma, and bedwetting following the partial demolition of their home in 2015. Sodastream, Hewlett Packard, and Barclays… Continue Reading

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Arms fair’s cyber security breached

Anarchists calling themselves the ‘Information Liberation Front’ (ILF) have leaked documents to the Indymedia UK website, which show that they were able to gain access to Hacking Team’s company EZONE account on the DSEI arms fair’s website and register a… Continue Reading

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Imprisoned voices: Corporate complicity in the Israeli prison system

Click here to download briefing Click here to read online Download a higher resolution version for home printing This briefing is being published on 17 April 2015 to coincide with the annual day of solidarity with Palestinian prisoners. It collects… Continue Reading

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The story of a released Palestinian prisoner, banned from returning home

This interview is part of a series of articles about Palestinian prisoners and companies complicit with the Israeli prison system. 17 April 2015 is the annual global day of action for Palestinian prisoners, when solidarity activists around the world are… Continue Reading

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Born in an Israeli prison

This interview is part of a series of articles about Palestinian prisoners and companies complicit with the Israeli prison system. 17 April 2015 is the annual global day of action for Palestinian prisoners, when solidarity activists around the world are… Continue Reading

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UK Supreme Court rules in favour of mass surveillance of protestors

Last Wednesday a landmark protest case was lost when Metropolitan Police won its appeal against John Catt, a 90 year old anti-war campaigner from Brighton who has fought a long battle to have his details removed from the national ‘domestic… Continue Reading