PSC Weekly Update – 3 September 2010

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In this week’s update:

  • Why should an occupied people be forced to negotiate their freedom?
    News and views on the ‘peace negotiations’
  • Send a PSC vehicle to Gaza! Please donate towards the next convoy
  • BDS news: Massive Attack’s Robert del Naja says why he is boycotting Israel;
    – Greenbelt votes on boycott;
    – PSC gets its view across in Israeli Channel 10 documentary on BDS;
    – Israeli academics and actors boycott actions.

ACTIONS

  • Panorama: Death in the Med
    Stage 3 in the BBC complaints procedure – a detailed set of points to make when requesting an appeal to the BBC Trust’s Editorial Standards Committee;
    – plus MK Haneen Zoabi gives evidence to the UN
  • Tear gas and rubber bullets greet Bi’lin protestors in first march after jailing of Abu Rahmah
    – write to William Hague – demand the UK puts pressure on Israel to overturn his conviction.
  • UK actors in fundraising drive to take drama therapy workshop to children in Gaza

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