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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Click here for the full Call.

Click here to see an overview of the #WorldwithoutWalls 2017 mobilization.

#WorldwithoutWalls 2018 on its way....

After the powerful coming together of struggles for a #WorldwithoutWalls in 2017, this year we renew our call for InterAction, November 9 2018.

We are many, we are everywhere and we are building every day a #WorldwithoutWalls.

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The last weeks have demonstrated not only Israeli inhuman brutality as it perpetuates its regime of occupation and apartheid. They have shown that Palestinian collective, non-violent resistance is becoming the weak spot for Israeli occupation. Be part of this movement and send today a message that the world cares.

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Palestinians all across their historic homeland observed a day of general strike in mourning of the 62 killed and over 2700 maimed and injured on May 14 in Gaza and of 70 years of ongoing Nakba, the ongoing ethnic cleansing, dispossession and repression of the Palestinian people by Israel’s apartheid regime. At the same time dozens of protests were held in all major Palestinian cities. 

The Palestinian community of Tana has resorted since 2017 to live in the caves in the area after their homes have been demolished over a dozen times by Israeli military. Now, Stop the Wall and partners have joined the community to transform the caves into spaces of resistance and dignified existence to allow the families a modest life of steadfastness. 

On May 2, as part of its International Workers’ Day actions, the New Unions joined a popular march organized by the Minimum Wage Campaign.

The first of May encompasses the best of human values: freedom, justice, equality, and peace. Human history coalesces through the blood and oppression of the workers and downtrodden who sacrificed – and still do – on the social, political, and economic stage. The liberation of human potential and labor from any form of exploitation and robbery has been one of the most prominent struggles which, throughout history, has embodied the highest universal values. Many have been martyred for the sake of these values, and the first of May is symbol of this struggle and an honor to those it has claimed.

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After the powerful coming together of struggles for a #WorldwithoutWalls in 2017, this yearwe renew our call for InterAction, November 9 2018. Israel's brutal gunning down of Palestinian protestors that have been marching on March 30 nonviolently towards and prayed along the militarized fencing that is part of the wall structure imposing since over a decade the brutal siege on the occupied Gaza Strip is a stark reminder for the urgency of action. 

We want to continue to bring together our struggles and experiences, challenge the policies that build the walls in front of our struggles for justice and end the architecture of impunity that shields corporations enabling, facilitating and profiting from the construction and growth of visible and invisible walls of injustice.

As at least 15 Palestinian civilians have ben killed and over 1200 injured as they were marching unarmed to the Wall that enforces the brutal siege on Gaza, the #WorldwithoutWalls delegation of organizers fighting the US-Mexico border wall that visited Palestine to learn about Palestinian resistance against Israel's apartheid Wall, releases its statement of solidarity. 

Solidarity

On April 10, about 100 activists from São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro held a protest against the 2018 edition of the LAAD, the International Corporate Security Trade Fair, which takes place this week in São Paulo. Known as “Fair of Death”, this is the biggest weapon trade market in Latin America and includes many Israeli companies as exhibitors.

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