Emergency protest: End Israel’s war on Palestinians

Israel strikes on Gaza July 2014

2pm to 4pm Saturday 5 July 
Israeli Embassy
Kensington High Street
London W8 4QB

Nearest tube: High St Ken. For travel check here

Details here and Facebook

Palestinians are currently facing a horrific escalation of racism and violence as the Israeli State pursues a strategy of collective punishment following the abduction and murder of three Israeli teenagers.

On 2 July it was learnt that there had been the abduction and brutal death of a Palestinian teen – 17 year old Mohammed Abu Khdair in what has been described in the press as a ‘revenge’ attack by Israeli terrorists.

Mohammed’s body was found in Jerusalem after a day and evening of Israeli protests that turned into mobs streaming through the streets of the Old City and east Jerusalem chanting ‘Death to Arabs’. Palestinians were pulled from their cars and beaten.

Palestinians protesting against Mohammed’s death on 2 July were met by rubber bullets and tear gas from Israeli police, with a Palestinian TV crew and protesters injured.

The Israeli leaders incited the mobs, including Netanyahu, by their calls for ‘vengeance’ against ‘human animals’, and Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon talked about “settling the score”.

Calls for justice for Mohammed’s murder and restraint from our government, are woefully inadequate, given the current situation. The British government must clearly condemn Israel’s incitement to hatred and violence. They must take action to end Israel’s crimes, violence, occupation, racism and apartheid – and end its war on Palestinians.  ​

Called by Palestine Solidarity Campaign, Stop the War Coalition, Friends of Al-Aqsa, London Palestine Action, British Muslim Initiative, Palestinian Forum in Britain, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

Other action to take

  • Urgent – tell your MP to take action
  • Sign up on the Palestine Solidarity Campaign facebook
  • See Palestine Solidarity Campaign website