From Slough to Gaza

With our MP Tan Dhesi’s blessing, we handed in a letter to Slough Borough Council which demanded they cease any investments in or links with companies tied to the mass-dispossession of Palestinians (in the West Bank, East Jerusalem, or elsewhere).

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April street actions

Promoting various national PSC campaigns around boycotting Puma, AirBnB (after reversing their decision to blacklist Israeli West Bank hosts), and this year’s Eurovision. Also part of the build up to the demonstration for Palestine in London on May 11th which will see speakers, activists, and politicians from around the country come together to defend Palestinians’ […]

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Great Return Week – “Palestinian Daily Life”

On Tuesday night the Slough Palestine Solidarity Campaign – as part of the PSC’s 1st Great Return Week – and other regional activists hosted an event near Henley on Palestinian daily life, centred on the troubles young people face in schools, in olive farming, and the prison system in the West Bank (from both settlers […]

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December stall in Marlow

As part of our commitment to reach new parts of East Berkshire we set up last Saturday and the weeks before outside a shopping centre in Marlow, and spoke to residents about key campaigns like our boycott of Eurovision. Despite the winter weather it was a great success! Happy Christmas.  

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Jerusalem soccer club exemplifies Lieberman’s rightwing nationalism — and should be barred from international play [Archive – Mondoweiss]

Hardcore Beitar Jerusalem fans known as La Familia have become infamous with their chants of ‘death to Arabs’. Photograph: Bernat Armangue/AP A club with supporters who openly avow racial purity and organize violent ultra-nationalist marches is third in the Israeli Premier League, behind only Hapoel Be’er Sheva and Maccabi Tel Aviv, and a hair’s breadth […]

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Partnering with Zaytoun

Talks are currently underway to provide Zaytoun produce on this website. Zaytoun is a collective of independent Palestinian farmers who’ve managed to make their own living in the shadow of the occupation. In 2004 they became the first in the world to receive the fair trade label for their olive oil, their Arabic namesake and […]

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