Israel’s bombardment and ground invasion of the Gaza Strip has killed over 14,000 Palestinians, and displaced over 1.7million. Yet our political leaders still refuse to call for a permanent ceasefire.
Over the past weeks, PSC has been leading massive demonstrations of solidarity with the Palestinian people. We can’t stop now. We must keep taking action until Palestinians achieve freedom.
This page provides our key updates, and ways you can support the Palestinian people at this time.
CEASEFIRE NOW: RALLY FOR PALESTINE
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News and Updates
- PSC Statement on Temporary Truce (22.11.2023)
- PSC Statement on November 11th National March (10.11.23)
- Coalition Statement in response to the Met Police (06.11.23)
- PSC Statement on November 11th National March (03.11.23)
- PSC statement on Israel’s call for 1.1 million Palestinians to leave their homes in Gaza (13.10.23)
- PSC Statement on Escalation of Violence (09.10.23)
Sky News 24 November
“Without a full ceasefire, effectively what’s being offered to Palestinians today is a temporary reprieve”
Sky News 14 November
PSC Director Ben Jamal interviewed by Kay Burley, discussing the appalling situation in Gaza, growing international pressure for a ceasefire and reflecting on the historic march in London with over 800 000 people.
Sky News 1 November
After the horrifying attack by Israel on Jabalya refugee camp in Gaza yesterday, PSC Director Ben Jamal reiterates the moral imperative for a ceasefire.
“Marches like this are always trying to deliver a number of messages. There is a very urgent one, that’s the priority at the moment, which is the call for a ceasefire”
“There are over two million people living in Gaza, 50% of whom are under 18.”
“[This] can only be understood in the context of Israel’s decades-long military occupation of Palestinian land.”
“There are two million people trapped [in Gaza] in what David Cameron once described as the world’s largest open air prison”.
BBC Politics Live:
“There is a framework of international law that should be respected by everybody. Anybody who is stepping outside of that in their actions should be condemned.”