Palestine Solidarity Campaign

Trumps decision is illegal under International Law

As the Muslim Judicial Council prepares of a mass march to Parliament next week, a handful of pro-Palestinian activists picketed in Wale Street in Cape Town on Friday afternoon, in response to President Donald Trump’s announcement on Wednesday evening that the United States is recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of[…]

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Labia boycott still ongoing

The Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) appealed to supporters of the liberation of Palestine to maintain their support for the boycott of the Labia Cinema. Due to very little media publicity, there has been an impression that the boycott of the famous cinema has come to end. In February 2012, the[…]

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Activists to protest at Israeli trade office

A range of pro-Palestinian activists have called on the SA government to speak out against Israel’s illegal practise of administrative detention. The Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) will picket outside the Israeli trade office in Sandton in Johannesburg on Friday afternoon, to renew the call for boycott, divestment and sanctions and[…]

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The shrinking space for pro-Palestinian activism in the UK

OPINION by Jessica Purkiss In Luton, school boy Rahmaan Mohammadi was questioned for wearing a “Free Palestine” badge to class and carrying a leaflet advocating Palestinian rights by pressure group Friends of al-Aqsa- a group that recently had their bank account shut down without explanation by a UK bank. Meanwhile,[…]

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Labia refuses to screen ‘Roadmap to Apartheid’

Activists from the Palestinian Solidarity Campaign (PSC) have decided to take steps to enforce a ruling by the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) that the Labia theatre screen the award-winning documentary ‘Roadmap to Apartheid’. The organisation said it was disappointed that the management of the cinema had rejected the[…]

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