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Briefing against Zionist censorship campaign

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Dear Friends You may receive a communication making allegations of racism, support for murder and terrorism, Holocaust denial and heaven knows what else against the Scottish…
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SPSC Edinburgh Branch Statement

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18th February 2016 SPSC has for many years developed a tradition of active grass roots campaigning to win support for the Palestinian call for BDS against Israel. Our approach has…

SPSC meetings: Settler-colonialism in Palestine and Ireland - a comparison

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Talk & discussion introduced by Mick Napier(SPSC National Committee) Israel is often usefully compared with the colonial-settler project in South Africa but comparison with the…
Together Against Prevent

Together Against Prevent

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We are a signatory to the 'Together Against Prevent' statement that says: We recognise and condemn the damage that Prevent’s “spot the potential terrorist” approach has made…
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War After War – Paris & the Middle East

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SPSC Statement, 18 November 2015 Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign is appalled at the depth of inhumanity(1) of the ISIS killers who callously slaughtered 128 and critically…

SPSC condemns action of London police arresting peaceful pro-Palestine demonstrators under anti-“terrorism” laws

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Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign unreservedly condemns the action of the London police in arresting two peaceful pro-Palestine demonstrators under anti-“terrorism” laws at a…

Letter from SPSC to US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation

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Across the whole range of Palestine solidarity groups and networks in the UK, none could write or appear even once in White supremacist newspapers or social media; it is…

Condemnation of terrorism must not be selective

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"Selective condemnation of ‘terrorism’ has got us to this dangerous state; a trial for terrorism with Al Qaeda, Tony Blair and Netanyahu in the same dock would make the world a…
The siege of Gaza, enforced by Israel, Egypt, and the EU

Israel must be forced to end its collective punishment

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SPSC calls for intensified solidarity with Palestine as Israeli occupation forces perpetrate yet another illegal collective punishment against the Palestinian people. Since the…
We campaign with others for a mass boycott campaign against the apartheid state of Israel

What we Stand for

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The Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign started in autumn 2000 in response to the Palestinian second uprising against Israeli occupation (intifada). The SPSC has branches and…
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Issues surrounding the conflict and the need for boycott of Israel

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We stand for an end to Israeli occupation of all lands conquered in 1967 or subsequently, the right of refugees to return to the areas from which they were ethnically cleansed, an…

Events & Activities

19 - 19 Nov

Oppose Balfour celebrations! Nov 19, 2017 - 14:30 PM - Nov 19, 2017 - 16:00 PM Summerhill Church, Stronsay Drive, AB15 6JL

25 - 25 Nov

SPSC at St.Andrew's Day Anti-Racism March & Rally! Nov 25, 2017 - 10:30 AM - Nov 25, 2017 - 13:30 PM Glasgow Green, Glasgow, United Kingdom

12 - 12 Dec

Israel's Security Industry & Hyper-surveillance in Glasgow Dec 12, 2017 - 19:00 PM - Dec 12, 2017 - 21:00 PM Renfield St Stephen's Parish Church, Glasgow, United Kingdom

13 - 13 Dec

Israel's Security Industry & Hyper-surveillance in Glasgow Dec 13, 2017 - 19:00 PM - Dec 13, 2017 - 21:00 PM Tollcross Community Centre, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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Israel and Settler Society by Lorenzo Veracini

The struggle between Israel and the Palestinians is not unique -- whatever the news media may suggest. Lorenzo Veracini argues that the conflict is best understood in terms of colonialism. Like many other societies, Israel is a settler society. Looking in detail at the evolution of other colonial regimes -- apartheid South Africa, French Algeria and Australia -- Veracini presents a thoughtful interpretation of the dynamics of colonialism, offering a clear framework within which to understand the middle east crisis.