Join us in Manchester Piccadilly 15th September for the National Day of Action against HSBC and it’s investments in Israel’s Arms manufacturers and suppliers.Continue reading National Day of Action on HSBC – Stop Arming Israel
In September 2017 Susannah O’Sullivan left her job to cycle 4,000 kilometres from Bristol to Palestine, before spending 3 months working with the International Solidarity Movement (ISM) in Hebron, the Jordan Valley and 2 months teaching in Nablus.Continue reading Cycling for Palestine
The Occupation of the American Mind Film Show + Discussion
Narrated by Roger Waters Directed by Sut Jhally 1h 22min
Thursday 12th July Start 7:00 pm Friends Meeting House, 6 Mount Street, Manchester M2 5NS
Rev. Brian Brown was administrative director of the Christian Institute of Southern Africa when he and it were banned in 1977 by the apartheid regime. His talk will compare apartheid in South Africa and the ongoing search for freedom of the Palestinian people.
He was involved in the Institute’s opposition to apartheid and civil religion, its engagement with Black Consciousness, and its calls for civil disobedience and Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS).
In exile Brian held appointments as Africa Secretary of the British Council of Churches and the Methodist Missionary Society where he continued to promote his belief in the indivisibility of freedom.
Brian is now a member of Kairos-Britain and his autobiography Born to be Free contrast apartheid in South Africa with the struggle for freedom of the Palestinian people.
21st Jun 2018 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Friends Meeting House, 6 Mount Street, behind Central Library, Manchester, M2 5NS
The Great Return March is culminating in a huge mobilisation in Gaza on Tuesday June 5th to mark the 51st anniversary of Israel’s occupation of Gaza, East Jerusalem and the West bank.Continue reading Vigil & Protest: Free Palestine – Stop the Killing – Stop Arming Israel
Join The Vigil Tomorrow (Tuesday 15 May) Outside Manchester Central Library, St Peters Sq. 17:30-18:30
There has been another major massacre in Gaza today. The worst attack so far on the Great Return March.
At least 30 protesters have been shot dead and over a 1000 people have been shot.
Manchester PSC and Manchester Palestine Action are calling a vigil outside Manchester Central Library between 5.30 to 6.30.
Please come to show your solidarity with the Palestine people and help expose Israeli’s brutal policy of shoot to kill unarmed protesters.
Stop Israel’s Killing Of Palestinians!!!
End Israel’s Attacks On Gaza!!!
Join The Vigil This Tuesday 17:30-18:30
Outside Manchester Central Library, St Peters Square
Event to Commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba.
Join Us and Show your Solidarity with the Palestinian People !!!
13th May 2018 starting 12 noon Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester City Centre, Manchester, M1 1AF
- Tent Encampment & Stalls from 12 noon
- Big Ride 4 Palestine cycle contingent arriving at 13:00
- Rally with Speakers starting 13:15
Event finish at 16:00
2018 is the 70th anniversary of the Nakba, when over 750,000 Palestinian were uprooted and forced to flee their homes driven out by Zionist militias during the creation of the state of Israel. Continue reading Nakba Commemoration 2018
Palestinians continue to flock to the border as part of the #GreatReturnMarch: an act which will mark 70 years since the Nakba.
Most Palestinians in the Gaza Strip are refugees and their descendants, who were forcibly expelled from their homes in Mandatory Palestine in 1948. They have been systematically denied their right of return by Israel ever since. Continue reading Emergency Protest
Photographs below from April 3rd protest and vigil outside Manchester Central Library on St Peter’s Square for the 17 unarmed Palestinian protesters killed on Friday 30th March by the Israeli Defence Force.
The vigil was addressed by Jenny Lynn, National Executive member of Palestine Solidarity Campaign and Councillor from Calderdale, Councillor Jill Lovsey, Norma Turner (Chair Manchester PSC) and Adie Mordech (MPA). A message of support was recieved from North West MEP Julie Ward.
Protesters held coffins with pictures of each of the 17 killed. Their names were called out followed by a minutes silence.
The vigil & protest was called by Manchester Palestine Solidarity Campaign and Manchester Palestine Action.