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Israel killing with impunity
DCI Palestine have released a video showing that two boys shot dead by Israeli Forces were unlawfully killed. Even the US State Department has called on the Israelis to conduct a “prompt and transparent investigation” into the killings of Nadeem Nawara, 17, and Mohammad Odeh, 16.
Watch the video and read more. Please be aware the video contains graphic and distressing scenes. But we felt it was important to share this information with you.
Nadeem Nawara, 17, was killed by Israel fire
With his life before him: 17 year old Nadeem Nawara before he was shot dead by Israeli Forces whilst posing no threat to anyone. Find out more>
Protest outside G4S AGM, 5 June
Israel continues to act with impunity against Palestinian prisoners. Help us campaign to end this impunity. Donate now
child prisoners
There is strong, credible evidence that Palestinian prisoners – including children – are routinely subjected to violence and ill-treatment amounting to torture at G4S-serviced prisons in Israel and Palestine. Such treatment is a breach of international law and also in the case of children, a breach of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Join the protest:
Thursday 5 June
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
LocationWestern Terrace, Excel CentreRoyal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, London E16 1XL
Sign our petition today – help us to get over 2,000 signatures in support of Palestinian prisoners.
Please make sure you and your friends have signed our petition soon be handed to G4S. We are calling on G4S to immediately terminate all business dealings with the Israel Prison Service (‘IPS’) because of the grave human rights violations taking place in prisons G4S services.
“Are you with us?” ask Gaza students
This short video about how they lost their land was made by a group of students in Gaza. At the end, they tell us they are human beings who want to live freely, and ask: ‘Are you with us?’
The Palestinian students made this ‘History of Palestine’ video following a series of advocacy workshops run by PSC, over Skype. It’s the first in a series where they’ll be telling their stories of life under occupation and siege.
Plus: Read about Skype conversations between students in Gaza and London, co-ordinated by PSC at www.chat2gaza.com
Student video
Keep Cool and Carry on (Campaigning for Palestine)
black tshirt
Perfect for the summer, our ‘Free Palestine’ flag T-shirts are available in black and white, sizes small to extra large. Priced only £12.
News and events
If you haven’t been out to vote yet …
You might want to check out your MEP candidates’ views on Palestinian human rights.

Abergevenny PSC petition on complicit firms | PSC

Abergavenny PSC are calling on the Welsh Government not to issue contracts to companies providing goods and/or services to settlements on occupied Palestinian land.
Nakba day protest – read our report | PSC
Live fire zones used to expel Palestinians from their land Israel, Military admits | Haaretz(there may be a pay wall)
Rachel Corrie case to be reheard in Israeli supreme court | Guardian
11 years after their daughter’s death, the Corrie family are to have their case against the Israel Army heard again by the Israeli Supreme Court.
Until Sunday 25 May – Palestinian Ashtar Theatre Presents: This Flesh is Mine – Testbed, 33 Parkgate Road, SW11 4NP, London Read More
Saturday 24 May – Weekly Protest Against Sodastream – Outside Sodastream/Ecostream shop, 142 Western Road, Brighton Read More
Saturday 24 May – Brighton to Palestine with ♥ love – Brighthelm Centre (close to Brighton Railway Station), North Road, Brighton Read More
Tuesday 27th May – Film Screening: The Shebabs of Yarmouk – Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston E8 4AA, London, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston, London Read More
Tuesday 27 (and Sat 31st) May – Fundraising Plant Sale – Cafe Metro, Junction Rd, N19 5RQ , London Read More
Saturday 6 June – London to host Protest for Global March to Jerusalem – Opposite Israeli Embassy, Kensington High St, London Read More
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