Stop the Wall

The Stop the Wall Campaign’s aim to tear down the Wall is aligned with the Palestinian desire for liberation—for those of us inside and in exile, the young and old, those who have died, and those yet to be born.

We are a grassroots movement uniting the struggle of the popular committees in the villages, refugee camps and cities struggling against the Wall and the settlements and the efforts of Palestinian civil society.  

Our call is to:

  • Stop the Wall

  • Dismantle parts already built

  • Return all lands confiscated for the Wall

  • Compensate for all losses.

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This unique and timely compilation, edited by the Palestinian Stop the Wall Campaign, collects contributions from Palestine, Israel, Mexico, the United States, Greece, Italy, Spain, the Basque Country, Morocco, the Western Sahara, Brazil, Argentina, India and Kashmir.

Read the book here. 

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As the dust settles over Trump’s announcement of the ‘Deal of the Century’, what is the real impact of the White House vision for Palestine? It bring us back to the past, it exposes the present but it is today more than any time before up to the people in Palestine, across the region and worldwide to determine the future. 

Trump’s so called ‘Deal of the Century’ is so only in one sense: it brings us back over 100 years to the darkest age of colonial supremacy. The plan ignores the Palestinian people and their rights emulating Arthur James Balfour, the foreign secretary of the British government colonizing Palestine at that time, when he announced in 1919 that in his ‘deal’ for Palestine he would not “go through the form of consulting the wishes of the present inhabitants of the country” because the British empire didn’t care about “the desires and prejudices of the 700,000 Arabs who now inhabit that ancient land”.

Outraged at Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century,’ Palestinians in the besieged Gaza Strip and all over the West Bank - the Jordan Valley, Jericho, Jerusalem, Hebron, Ramallah, Bethlehem and Qalqilya - protested to denounce the US plan for peace. Palestinians see plans for another Nakba, the catastrophic mass expulsion of Palestinians in 1948, lying at the very heart of it. Dozens of protesters suffered suffocation due to tear gas fired by the Israeli occupation forces while others were shot with live ammunition and rubber-coated bullets.

November 9 -  The 3º Global Day of InterAction for a #WorldwithoutWalls has been once again an exciting moment of coming together and sharing of struggles against the walls of injustice. Beyond the accounts of diverse actions from across the globe, inspiring interactions online, please check out the amazing amount of research and resources created to highlight that 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, there is nothing to celebrate - more walls than ever destroy the lives of people across the globe.

As Israel's military with its airforce, missiles and drones has already killed 34 Palestinians in another brutal assault on the besieged and occupied Gaza Strip, 32 European Palestine solidarity, anti-militarization and migrants organizations call on the EU, the European Maritime Safety Agency and Portuguese CEiiA, who has officially contracted Israel's Elbit Systems Hermes 900 killer drones at the service of the EU, to stop contracting Israeli drones and military companies in order to implement its inhumane anti-migration policies. Read the full letter here.

This November 9 - Global Day of InterAction for a World without Walls is seeing once again action across the globe - from Malaysia to Oakland. Please see here an initial list of activities. Yours is not listed? Please contact us at global@stopthewall.org. 

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Please find here a background note that gives facts and further information about Israel's role in European anti-migration policies. This underscores the importance of the joint call for a #WorldwithoutWalls, issued on May 15 2019 - Nakba Day by 73 networks and movements work for the rights of the Palestinian people and migrant rights across Europe. 

CEMEX is a global holding company that through its subsidiaries provides construction products and services in more than 50 countries and maintains trade relationships in 100 nations. This downloadable infographic explains the deep complicity of Cemex in Israeli apartheid: it owns 4 production plants in Israel's illegal settlements and provides construction material to the Wall, the settlements and military checkpoints. 

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