Laurie’s Story: Reflections on the ICAHD Summer Rebuilding Camp 2015

Posted April 18, 2017, by & filed under apartheid, Communities demolished, House Demolitions, Latest News, Personal Experiences, Summer Camps.

ICAHD Rebuilding Camp participants next to the Israeli Apartheid Separation Wall.  Arriving in Jerusalem to join the ICAHD 2015 Summer Rebuilding Camp was an experience I shall not forget. I travelled with some hazy notions from my father who served in Palestine after the 2nd World War, and from my grandmother who visited as part of… Read more »

ICAHD’s Jeff Halper detained for carrying BDS material

Posted March 28, 2017, by & filed under Analysis, apartheid, BDS, ICAHD in the News, ICAHD reports, News.

Photo taken by T. Ambrose.  ICAHD’s Co-Founder Jeff Halper was detained by Israeli police on 8th March for suspected incitement following a visit he made to the illegal settlement of Maale Adumin with an international tour group during ICAHD’s ‘Matrix of Control’ tour of Greater Jerusalem. Someone from the settlement had reported Jeff on suspicion… Read more »

Jeff Halper – What Does America’s Demands of the Palestinians Tell Us?

Posted , by & filed under Analysis, apartheid, Articles, Latest News, Opinion, Peace Proposals.

Jeff Halper’s blog following Greenblatt’s meetings with Netanyahu and Abbas – 20th March 2017 Trump has said he wants to make “the “ultimate deal”: brokering a peace between Israel and the Palestinians. Towards that end, last week he dispatched his Middle East peace envoy Jason Greenblatt to meet with Netanyahu and Abbas. Is there anything… Read more »

JUDAIZING PALESTINE: A campaign against house demolitions in a single state

Posted September 15, 2016, by & filed under Analysis, apartheid, Beyond Zionism, House Demolitions, ICAHD reports.

Shrinking Palestine (PSC)

Since 1967 discussion around Israel and Palestine has always differentiated between the territory considered “Israeli,” the 78% of historic Palestine that lies within the 1967 borders, and the “Occupied Palestinian Territory,” the 22% of Palestine comprising the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza – the “two-state solution”. This reflected the idea that somehow one day a Palestinian state would arise… Read more »