Help Keep PSP Organizing in 2013!
Palestine Solidarity Project has once again been at the center of some of the most important organizing and activism in Palestine and in Palestine solidarity World Wide. Some of our 2012 highlights:
*PSP Co-Founder Mousa Abu Maria, former political prisoner who was held in prison with Khader Adnan and Thaer Halahle was an incomparable resource on the epic hunger strikes that these men led while in Administrative Detention. After their releases, both Khader Adnan and Thaer Halahle met with PSP and joined in their weekly demonstrations in Beit Ommar
*PSP Co-Founder Bekah Wolf testified at the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, which passed several resolutions boycotting Israeli Settlement Products and supporting Palestinian non-violent resistance in a partial victory for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement
*We provided hourly coverage of the assault on Gaza via twitter and facebook, helping to spread Palestinian voices to a worldwide audience
*We have hosted tours for activists, student delegations, and dignitaries of the Gush Etzion settlement bloc and its environs, highlighting the importance of Beit Ommar’s strategic location in the West Bank.
*We held the second annual joint Women’s conference, where Israeli and Palestinian anti-occupation activists came together to strategize; an extension of the project PSP has been directly involved in in which Palestinian women are smuggled into Tel Aviv to enjoy a day at the beach in defiance of Israeli apartheid.
Help us keep going strong in 2013!
PSP works on all aspects of Palestinian liberation, from the Popular Resistance to prisoner support, to the international Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign. We also provide concrete support to those active on the front lines: Palestinians themselves who are fighting to remain on their land and retain their dignity. We provide legal support, including bail, for youth and adults being held in Israeli military prisons from Beit Ommar and the surrounding areas. We can’t continue this work in 2013 without your support.
The vast majority of our funds go to bail and lawyers fees. We believe we must provide direct support to activists on the ground, as well as solidarity, analysis, and advocacy. That means financial support.
Please make a donation today:
Or mail a check made out to: Emergent Diplomacy
with: PSP in the memo line to:
214 Harvard Dr. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106