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Gaza Winter Crisis
Please take urgent action for Gaza – we need to increase political pressure
In Gaza, 1.8 million Palestinians are being pushed even further into a humanitarian crisis. The terrible winter weather, combined with the ongoing siege and the constant attacks by the Israeli army, with the harshest phase of this winter, is killing Palestinians. Children and the elderly are most at risk.

Please email/write/phone your MP now and ask them to write to David Cameron urgently on your behalf to raise the following points:

· Six months since the start of the Gaza war, which resulted in massive destruction and hardship, but the UK government appears not to be taking any steps to bring the blockade of Gaza to a complete and immediate end. Palestinians are dying as a result.
· Israel and the UK must both uphold UN Security Council Resolution 1860 on Gaza access which obliges Israel to open Gaza’s port, and facilitate free movement of goods and people between Gaza and the West Bank, and obliges the UK governments to provide arrangements and guarantees to bring this about. The UK is failing to do this, let alone step in and help negotiate a ceasefire and access agreement before another war starts. The UK is quick to act when other countries breach UN Security Council resolutions on humanitarian access, but on Gaza it has failed to go to the Security Council.
· Palestinians in Gaza remain homeless, struggle to find access to clean water, are jobless and farmers and fishing boats are regularly being shot at by Israeli government to go about their trade. Over 700,000 truckloads of construction materials are needed to rebuild the homes and schools the population need but only a few hundred truckloads were allowed over the past six months. The blockade is not about security. Israel demolished the Karni crossing which used sophisticated x-ray technology with a capacity to allow nearly a thousand truckloads of goods every day to transit Gaza. Why should Palestinians wait decades to rebuild their homes?
· MPs and the UK government received more correspondence on the Gaza than any other international issue, and MPs have been very vocal, yet ministers have been silent on Gaza for months and I cannot find any information about UK efforts to end the blockade.
Urge the PM to take the following urgent steps:
– urgently act to end Israel’s blockade
– support genuine Palestinian reconciliation and not condition the delivery of assistance on political actions ensuring aid reaches all civilians in need without discrimination.
– end all arms trade with Israel
– seek compensation from Israel for damage they have caused to UK and EU funded aid projects
To find your MP’s contact details: www.writetothem.com
Please let us know their response – many thanks!


Sign our pledge not to buy Hewlett Packard


Join PSC today and help build the solidarity campaign with Palestinians
Over 8,000 people have signed PSC’s pledge not to buy from Hewlett Packard (HP) – help us get that to 10,000. We are asking people not to buy from HP because it is complicit in Israel’s brutal occupation of Palestinian land and grave breaches of international law. HP provides Israel with specialised technologies which are integral to Israel’s system of oppression of the Palestinian people. More information>
If you haven’t yet,sign the pledge now. If you have then please ask friends and family to sign.
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Join the PSC staff team!
Palestine Solidarity Campaign is now recruiting for a Campaign Development Manager. We are looking for a dynamic person with relevant experience, committed to the aims and objectives of PSC. This new post offers a great opportunity to join a fast growing, dedicated team achieving significant change, with huge opportunities for development.
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Hold the date! PSC activist conference
Saturday 14th March 2015, central London venue


Join Palestinian lawyer, Diana Buttu and Palestinian academic, Karma Nabulsi, on Saturday 14th March when PSC will welcome activists to an interactive conference. Together we will explore how best to support Palestinian human rights.
More information soon.


News and events
Neil Kirtlan, PSC’s book-keeper, has produced a photobook, Families of the Nakba, in the form of an album of Palestinian refugee families living in Beirut. In each family, the oldest member can recall being forced to leave Palestine in 1948 and is photographed with their extended family. To find out more or buy a book click here
100,000 Palestinians remain homeless in Gaza following the slaughter and devastation wrought by Israel last summer. Gaza faces bitterly cold winds and frost and 18 hours a day without electricity.Now Palestinians are dying from exposure to the cold.
Israel demolish Bedouin village, al-Araqib, for 80th time
Palestinian footballer, Honey Thaljieh, talks about breaking down barriers in her TEDx video>
Friday 16 January – The Colour of OlivesFriends’ Meeting House, 8b Summerfield Road, Wolverhampton
Saturday 17 January – The Big Ride For Palestine LAUNCH – in London and Edinburgh! Read More
Saturday 17 January – Lambeth & Wandsworth PSC Campaign Stall –
Sunday 18 January – Activist Art 1: The case for Palestine – Market House, 443 Coldharbour Lane, , Brixton, London
Saturday 24 January – PSC AGM 2015
– Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square , London Read More
Friday 30 January – Concert for Palestine – The Art Cafe, The Lodge, Victoria Park, Anglesea Road, Portsmouth
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