Israel talks of 'peace' whilst increasing settlements and ethnic cleansing, besieging Gaza
Act against Israel's ethnic cleansing in the Naqab
The Prawer Plan will see the forcible transfer of up to 70,000 Palestinian Bedouin from their ancestral homeland in the Naqab (Negev desert) into enclosed townships. It will be the single biggest act of ethnic cleansing against Palestinians since 1948.
If you haven’t already sent an email to the Middle East minister, Alistair Burt, calling on him to put pressure on Israel to stop the Prawer Plan, please take just one minute to do so, using PSC’s e-tool.
|TAKE ACTION: If you haven’t already done so, please send a letter to the Middle East Minister today calling on him to make it clear to Israel that action will be taken if it goes ahead with the Prawer Plan. And please share this action with family and friends.|
Build solidarity - join PSC's sponsored walk
You can support the walk in two ways:
To take part, and join us on the day, please fill in this form.
Or if you are unable to join us in person, you can donate today
(just choose ‘sponsored walk’ from the drop down menu)
An 8.5 mile walk along the most picturesque stretch of the Thames in West London.
Starting at Putney Bridge we pass boathouses (start of the boat-race) and the Barnes Wetland Centre. We cross the river at Hammersmith past the pubs and Georgian houses of Hammersmith and Chiswick Malls. We cross back to the south bank at Barnes where the river takes on a more rural feel as we pass Dukes Meadows, Kew Gardens and Syon Park. The walk finishes in Buccleuch Gardens near Richmond Bridge where soft drinks will be provided by Richmond and Kingston PSC.
The walk is along (mostly) well surfaced paths and is well served by public transport for those not wanting to do the whole walk.
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