One Democratic Secular State for all its citizens in Israel and Palestine


Never Again for Anyone

Posted 6:27 am July 28, 2011 In: News

Norway’s message:

Never Again for Anyone!

The shocking and tragic events in Norway have provoked a divided reaction. Most commentators have expressed on all our behalf a universalist horror against the racism (more…)

Israel’s Tent Protests

Posted 6:18 pm July 25, 2011 In: News

Will tent activists call for an “equal right to build”?

Israel has seen in the past week a massive mobilisation with tent cities all over the country, demonstrations backed by thousands, and sit-in protests blocking busy road junctions. Despite concessions from a government that’s keen to buy them off, the protests are growing and have called for a (more…)

Why Israel cannot be The Jewish State

Posted 2:12 pm July 21, 2011 In: News

20 Reasons why Israel, within any borders, cannot be “The Jewish State”

The last attempt to re-start Two State negotiations has failed. The big power Quartet (UN, EU, US and Russia) met in Washington on 11 July, planning to offer one good thing to each side to entice them to go further. But it wasn’t theirs to offer. (more…)

London One State group

Posted 6:43 pm July 17, 2011 In: News

London One State group

A London One State Initiative is to be formed, to promote discussion and action on the politics of a single state in all of Palestine. A small nucleus has met to plan an inaugural meeting on 18 August in central London.

The group was brought together by the Palestine Justice Network. The founding members included activists in the BDS campaign and ISM. Having a group “on the ground” will help to make our presence visible at meetings and events.

The group decided to work towards a public meeting in the Autumn with prominent speakers to expound the arguments and theory of the single state and to take stock after the September showdown at the UN over Palestinian statehood.

Why Boycott Culture?

Posted 12:42 pm July 12, 2011 In: News

“Why Boycott Culture?” — a revealing debate

On the eve of the Knesset’s new law penalising calls for boycott, London’s arts centre at the South Bank hosted a prestige debate on “Why Boycott Culture?”.

Organised by English PEN, it asked (more…)

What to do AFTER September

Posted 11:13 pm July 3, 2011 In: News

What to do AFTER September

The big guys (UN, EU etc) are meeting in Washington on 11 July to map out a “peace plan” based on Obama’s 19th May speech, in the hopes of forestalling the PA move for recognition at the UN in September.

Apparently the PA’s UN resolution also quotes from the Obama speech, which contained enough contradictions to keep (more…)