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Rassemblement de solidarité pour Gaza

19 avril 2018 | Posté dans BDS, Événements, Gaza, Palestine, Répression, Résistance, Solidarité

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    Quand : Dimanche le 29 avril à 13h
    Où : Place Norman Bethune (Métro Guy-Concordia)
    Tionni’tiotiah:ke, Kanien’kehá:ka territory
    Événement Facebook

Le vendredi 30 mars 2018, les forces de défense israéliennes ont brutalement assassiné 19 Palestinien.ne.s et en ont blessé plus de 1 400 à Gaza au cours d’une manifestation pacifique, la marche du retour, qui prévoit des rassemblements et campements durant six semaines à la frontière Israël-Gaza pour réclamer le droit au retour (al-awda) des Palestinien.e.s chassé.e.s de leurs terres ou ayant fui lors de la guerre qui a suivi la création d’Israël le 14 mai 1948.

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Pour un Monde sans Murs: Histoires de résistance à la violence des frontières

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    Jeudi 9 Novembre 2017 à 18h30
    Association Récréative Milton-Parc
    3580 Jeanne Mance
    (Métro Place des Arts, ou autobus #80)
    Événement facebook

Tadamon! rejoint la Journée mondiale d’action pour un Monde sans Murs suite à l’appel d’organisations en Palestine et au Mexique.

Près de 70 murs sur tous les continents permettent le contrôle de l’État. Ils déchirent la vie et les terres des gens – niant leur liberté de mouvement, et augmentant la violence d’État, causant des milliers de morts chaque année. Les murs fortifient les frontières, séparent les riches des pauvres, et les puissants des opprimés. Ce sont des monuments d’expulsion, d’exclusion et d’exploitation. Le 9 Novembre marque le quinzième anniversaire du début de la construction du mur d’apartheid en Israël, destiné à annexer jusqu’à 60 % de la Cisjordanie et d’encercler les Palestiniens sur 13 % de leur territoire.

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Charlie Hebdo: la gauche française, l’islamophobie et le racisme d’Etat

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    Vendredi 27 février à 18h
    La Passe, 1214 de la Montagne
    gratuits / dons sont les bienvenus
    Montréal Québec (événement facebook)

Houda et Dror aborderont la scène politique en France, quelques semaines après la tuerie du journal Charlie Hebdo. Dror apportera un regard critique sur l’évolution des relations entre Charlie Hebdo, la gauche française et l’islamophobie. Houda présentera l’enjeu de l’islamophobie en France et comment les nouvelles mesures “anti terroristes” affectent les droits de tou.te.s, mais en particulier ceux des personnes les plus marginalisées et racialisées, arabes et musulmanes.

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Captive Revolution — Montréal launch

26 octobre 2014 | Posté dans Palestine, Tadamon!, Événements, Prisoniers, Répression, Solidarité
    Palestinian Women’s Anti-Colonial Struggle Within the Israeli Prison System

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    photo ActiveStills : Palestinian women lead protest against the Prawer Plan

photo ActiveStills : Palestinian Bedouin women lead protest against the “Prawer Plan

    Friday November 7th, 4-6pm
    McGill’s Institute of Islamic Studies
    3485 McTavish Street, 017 Morrice Hall (the “TNC”)
    venue is wheelchair accessible
    free admission and open to the public

    (facebook event)

The Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling presents the launch of Nahla Abdo’s latest book Captive Revolution: Palestinian Women’s Anti-Colonial Struggle Within the Israeli Prison System.

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Palestine sous les étoiles !

30 juillet 2014 | Posté dans Boycott, Palestine, Tadamon!, Événements, Politique, Répression
    Cinéma en plein air (et discussion) de la filme « Road Map to Apartheid »

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    Jeudi 7 Aout
    19h30 Coop Café Touski
    2361 Rue Ontario, Est Montréal
    (facebook event)
    metro Frontenac

Rejoignez Tadamon! le 7 aout pour une présentation du film « Roadmap to Apartheid » (2012), un film d’essai qui compare les systèmes de lois en Afrique du Sud et l’Israël. Le film va être suivi d’une discussion sur les racines de l’apartheid israélienne, et un discours stratégique qui examinera la question de solidarité avec Gaza dans le cadre du mouvement international « Boycott, Désinvestissement et Sanctions»

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Statement of Support for Brooklyn College Students for Justice in Palestine

6 février 2013 | Posté dans Boycott, Palestine, Autre, Politique, Répression

Tadamon! Stands in Solidarity with Brooklyn College Students for Justice in Palestine

Statement of Support for Brooklyn College Students for Justice in Palestine:

We Condemn Attacks Against Advocates for BDS and Palestinian Rights!

We deplore the efforts of politicians and others to bully student activists and faculty and to smear supporters of boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) against Israel as anti-Semites.

In recent days, opponents of an event on BDS to be held on campus February 7th have attacked the organizers and scheduled speakers, internationally renowned philosopher Judith Butler and Palestinian human rights activist Omar Barghouti, as well as the political science department and university administration for co-sponsoring the event. This is just the latest in a series of incidents involving attempts to silence criticism of Israel at Brooklyn College.

Opponents of the February 7 event have made deeply offensive and inflammatory accusations against supporters of BDS, with State Assemblyman Alan Maisel going so far as to warn of “the potential for a second Holocaust here.” Other prominent critics include lawyer Alan Dershowitz, who has openly called for the United States and Israel to use torture, and State Assemblyman Dov Hikind, a follower of the late Meir Kahane, an Israeli-American rabbi whose racist Kach movement has been outlawed by the US and Israel as a terrorist organization for advocating the expulsion of Palestinians from Israel and the occupied territories and for carrying out violent terrorist attacks against Palestinians and others.

It is outrageous and perverse to conflate BDS proponents and our stance in support of equal rights and freedom for Palestinians with anti-Semitism and Nazism. Contrary to the claims of these detractors, the BDS movement is an inclusive, nonviolent, civil society-led campaign whose goal is to pressure Israel into respecting Palestinian human rights and abiding by international law, in the absence of action on the part of the US government and international community to do so. It is comprised of people of all faiths and backgrounds, including many Israeli and American Jews. Leaders of the BDS movement have always rejected and condemned any and all forms of racism and bigotry, including anti-Semitism. As SJP-BC’s mission statement says, we “reject any form of hatred or discrimination against any religious or ethnic group.”

As supporters of Palestinian rights and of academic freedom and free speech on campus, we commend Brooklyn College President Karen Gould for showing leadership and not succumbing to pressure from bullies like Dershowitz and Hikind, who seek to suppress criticism of Israel by smearing advocates of Palestinian freedom and equality as bigots.

For nearly 65 years, Palestinians have been dispossessed, colonized, and denied the most basic of human rights and freedoms by Israel. For more than 45 years, they have endured a brutal and illegal Israeli military occupation that becomes more entrenched each day. Today 66 to 69 percent of the 11.6 million Palestinians are refugees, the survivors and descendants of the approximately 750,000 Palestinians who were ethnically-cleansed during Israel’s creation in 1948, are prevented from exercising their internationally-recognized right of return to the land and homes they were expelled from simply because they are not Jewish, while those Palestinians who remained inside Israel after 1948, who make up about 20% of the population today, face widespread institutionalized discrimination and are treated as second- or third-class citizens. As the international community looks on and does nothing to hold Israel accountable for its actions, global civil society is taking the lead with BDS.

In light of the attacks, we pledge our continued support to SJP’s efforts to educate the public about Israel’s grave and systematic abuses of Palestinian human rights and the racist, apartheid regime Israel has instituted in the territories it controls between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea.

For more information, visit SJP Brooklyn College’s website at www.brooklynsjp.com or email brooklyncollegesjp@gmail.com.

Retenez la date! La semaine contre l’apartheid israélien – le 6 au 13 mars 2013

21 janvier 2013 | Posté dans Culture, Palestine, Quebec, Autre, Répression, Résistance

Marquez vos calendriers! Le 9ième évènement annuel contre l’apartheid israélien aura lieu le 6 au 13 mars à Montréal.

L’année passée, Montréal a participé avec plus de 100 villes autour du monde en présentant des ateliers, projections de film, conférences et concerts pour le but de conscientiser le public aux réalités de l’Apartheid Israélien. Joignez nous cette année en participant à la sensibilisation des gens pour la persévérance et l’autonomie palestinienne, et pour la campagne de Boycott, de Désinvestissement et Sanctions (BDS) contre l’apartheid israélien. Plus de détails à venir.

A People’s History of the Egyptian Revolution

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    By: Rami El-Amine and Mostafa Henaway

No matter how it unfolds, the Egyptian revolution will go down in the history books as a defining moment in the 21st century. Millions of Egyptians brought down one of the world’s most repressive regimes, that of the U.S.-backed Hosni Mubarak, in just 18 days. Their bravery, perseverance, and tactfulness in the face of the regime’s brutal crackdown not only triggered uprisings across the Arab world but inspired and influenced protests against government austerity in the U.S., Spain, Portugal, and Greece. Despite the fact that it is only a few months old, it’s important to begin piecing together a people’s history of the revolution to convey what happened and how it happened so that the lessons from this critical struggle can be disseminated.
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Israeli Army raids Bil’in the fourth time in three days

13 novembre 2010 | Posté dans Palestine, Répression, Résistance
    Bil’in Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements Nov. 10th 2010

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Photo Oren Ziv ActiveStils Palestinians, international and Israeli activists attended a night demonstration in Bil’in protesting ongoing recently nightly invasions to the village by the Israeli army.

The Israeli Army raids Bil’in the fourth time in three days Today, the 10 November a raid happened again in the village of Bi’lin. The Army entered at around 8 pm for the second time that day. In the morning, at around 3.00 am, they had already entered the village with five jeeps and searched Ashraf al-Khatibs home.The soldiers broke down the door of the neighbor’s house, and went in. However, they were not able to find who they were looking for in neither of the houses. When people from the village arrived, the 20 soldiers pointed their guns directly in the face of the people, and acted very aggressively. They also broke the door from al-Khatib’s house when they entered.

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What the wall has done

21 septembre 2010 | Posté dans Palestine, Répression
    Jamal Juma’, Electronic Intifada 31 August 2010

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    Photo Palestinian walk along Israeli apartheid wall.

Israel began constructing the wall in June 2002 following its invasion of cities in the West Bank, which it dubbed “Operation Defensive Shield.” In retrospect, the invasion appears to have been a prelude to the construction of the wall and no one recognized the significance of the invasion’s code name at the time. The immense scale of the 2002 invasion — characterized by the destruction of Palestinian civilian infrastructure, mass arrests, assassinations and massacres — ensured that the construction of the wall would commence with as little resistance as possible.

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