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Faversham and Whitstable Palestine Solidarity Campaign

We are one of over forty branches of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign across England and Wales, campaigning for Palestinian self determination, national, human and civil rights.
Faversham and Whitstable Palestine Solidarity Campaign has written 83 posts for Faversham & Whitstable Palestine Solidarity Campaign

Take a minute to support hunger-striking prisoners

1500 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails are currently on hunger strike against the inhumane conditions they are held in. The PSC is asking all supporters of human rights to contact the Foreign Office to urge the UK government to take action. This important action only takes a minute – the PSC has provided the text … Continue reading

Israeli historian of Zionist ethnic cleansing to speak in Canterbury

Ilan Pappé, a self-exiled Israeli historian who has documented the war crimes carried out by Zionist forces during the Nakba in 1948, will speak in Canterbury on 17 May. Hosted by our friends at East Kent Justice for Palestinians, the talk will take place at St Peter’s Methodist Church, High Street, Canterbury. The meeting starts … Continue reading

Join our Palestinian Kitchen for food, art and film – 30 March

Israeli Apartheid Week at CCCU

A panel discussion on Palestinian resistance, and the screening of a Palestinian cinema classic, are planned as part of Israeli Apartheid Week at Canterbury Christchurch University in February and March. See the two posters below for details.

Tell PayPal to stop discrimination

Online payment giant PayPal is refusing to allow West Bank Palestinians to use its service – even though it does serve the illegal settler-colonisers in their midst. A campaign and petition are urging PayPal to end its flagrant discrimination against Palestinians. You can sign the petition here. The campaigning group SumOfUs writes: PayPal does business … Continue reading

Have an HP-free Christmas

Supporters of Palestinians’ human rights are urging a boycott of Hewlett Packard products, and FWPSC will be promoting the campaign in Faversham at our 10 December stall. The IT giant – a well-known household name – has a much darker side than the laptops it makes. HP supplies technology and services for Israeli apartheid and … Continue reading

Free screening: The Stones Cry Out

FWPSC will host a free screening on 29 September of the documentary The Stones Cry Out, which tells the story of Palestinian Christians – and their resistance – since 1948. Join us for a 7.30pm start at the Fleur de Lis Hall, Gatefield Lane, off Preston Street, Faversham ME13 8NX. If you can, please do … Continue reading

End the siege on Gaza – end the arms trade with Israel

Last Friday the large, well attended London rally on the pavement opposite Downing street was a very sad event, remembering that it’s two years since the last major assault on Gaza, the assault that killed more than 2,200 Palestinians including 500 children. We were demanding an end to siege on Gaza and an end to … Continue reading

HP? It stands for Harms Palestinians

On Saturday 4th June we had a very successful stall in Faversham market. The focus was to inform people about the extent of Hewlett Packard’s complicity in the illegal Israel occupation, and was part of a simultaneous action across at least 20 UK towns and cities. We handed out many cards and were able to … Continue reading

New dates for your diary

Saturday 4th June We’ll be running a stall in Faversham market on the theme of BDS – boycott, divestment and sanctions. Focus will be a pledge to boycott Hewlett Packard, which is complicit in Israel’s grave breaches of international law. Thursday 29th September A screening of The Stones Cry Out – the film is about … Continue reading

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