Results for: Military Embargo

en las noticias

By calling for a military embargo on Israel, we also call for ending the ties that are facilitating the current siege and crackdown in Kashmir.

November 30, 2019
en las noticias

At the UK Labour party's annual conference, the party voted overwhelmingly for refugees right to return, to stop “any arms trade with Israel that is used in violation of the human rights of Palestinians” and to apply international law to UK trade with Israel.

en las noticias

The UK’s Trades Union Congress, representing 48 unions and six million people, voted for ending arms trade with Israel that violates Palestinian rights, and to pressure corporations to end complicity in violations of Palestinian rights

Declaración BNC

The Palestinian BDS National Committee (BNC) calls for boycotting AnyVision, Israel’s facial recognition technology firm, due to its irrefutable complicity in Israel’s occupation and repression of Palestinians. 

Declaración BNC

In this grave moment, we stand in solidarity with the people in Kashmir. Our oppressors are united, and our struggles will be stronger if we too unite.

Declaración BNC

Israel committed its biggest crime of ethnic cleansing since 1967, destroying homes of hundreds of Palestinian families in Wadi Hummus, occupied East Jerusalem. Our most effective response is BDS.

Declaración BNC

The growth of our popular resistance and the global, Palestinian-led BDS movement give us hope at a time when Israel’s far-right regime is intensifying its system of apartheid and crimes against our people.

en las noticias

Public servide trade unions from across Europe voted for a resolution calling on European governments to suspend arms trade with Israel.

en las noticias

The City Council's decision to no longer hold arms fairs, came after protests against the 2018 Glasgow arms fair, which included Israeli arms companies.

Actualización

Israeli Apartheid Week featured more than 200 events, across 30 countries, on five continents, all under the theme “Stop Arming Colonialism.”