Be a part of the campaign – join Palestine Solidarity Campaign today!
Sainsbury’s uses suppliers that trade in products from illegal Israeli settlements. Israeli settlements are built on stolen Palestinian land and are illegal under international law.
In April 2013, the Co-operative stated that in line with its ethical policy it would ‘no longer engage with any supplier of produce known to be sourcing from the Israeli settlements’.
Please ask Sainsbury’s to follow the Co-operative’s good example and to stoptrading with suppliers which profit from Israeli settlements. Call on the Sainsbury’s CEO to stop stocking goods from companies that do business with Israeli settlements.
Please consider donating to PSC to support our campaigning for Palestinian human rights
Last month Ayman Abuwwad visited his family in Gaza. He found conditions there tough, and records how hard it was to leave the Gaza strip. Read his eye witness account of his journey and the difficulties faced within Gaza.
Students in Westminster, working with PSC, have been involved in Chat2Gaza: Skype conversations between students in Gaza and London. During last week’s conversation, the students in Gaza spoke in detail of the problems they faced between November and December when Gaza was deluged with continuous rainfall that resulted in flooding of the Strip.
Take part in the sponsored walk
Photo printed under Creative Communications. Photograph by Adrian Snood
The 2014 PSC sponsored walk will be held in July in the stunning scenery of South Snowdonia. Walkers will be accommodated at the Kings Hostel, just below Cader Idris and near the beautiful Mawddach Estuary. Please sign up to enjoy the delights of walking in this wonderful area while raising money for PSC campaigns and meeting and learning from other activists supporting Palestine.
News and events
John Kerry slur | Telegraph
US Secretary of State, John Kerry, has been labelled ‘anti-Semitic’ for warning of a boycott of Israel if talks fail
Financial Times blasts SodaStream| Mondoweiss
New Protest village | 972
Palestinians establish new protest village in Jordan Valley
University Veolia battle | ChangeStudents are campaigning to get rid of Veolia
Goodbye Gaza | Guardian
Harriet Sherwood has left the Middle East to report in the UK. Here she reflects on the catastrophic situation in Gaza.
Wednesday 5 February – Public Meeting with Palestinian Trauma Centre Speaker, London Read More
7 to 13 February – The Stones Cry Out: the Story of the Palestinian Christians – UK Tour Read More
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