Sadaka Political Meetings in Palestine 2017
Sadaka Board members met with senior Palestinian leaders and representatives of the Irish and Swedish Embassies in the West Bank in February as part of its ongoing campaign work. Read more ...
Sadaka Chair Marie Crawley and Board member Stella Carroll meet Dr. Nabil Shaath, Foreign Affairs Advisor to the Palestinian President.
Sadaka Chair Marie Crawley and Board member Stella Carroll meet Dr. Yousef Jabareen, Arab member of the Israeli Knesset.
The Sadaka 2016 Election Pledge for Palestine - Palestine Matters!
During the 2016 General Election Campaign, Sadaka sought candidate and political party endorsement of its five political objectives for the incoming Government.
The Sadaka 2014 Billboard Campaign
Sadaka’s Billboard Campaign lobbied the Irish Government to implement the 2014 unanimous decisions of both Houses of the Oireachtas (Irish Parliament) which call on the Irish Government ‘to officially recognise the State of Palestine on the basis of the 1967 borders, with East Jerusalem as its capital'.
The Sadaka 2014 Campaign for Gaza
Sadaka was one of the tens of thousands of voices throughout Ireland expressing outrage and revulsion in Summer of 2014 Israel's sustained 50 day attack on the people of Gaza.
The Chair of Sadaka, Marie Crawley, speaking at Dublin demonstration, 26th July 2014
The Sadaka Visiting Speaker Programme
Sadaka's Visiting Speakers Programme invites leading Palestinian figures to Ireland to raise public awareness of the situation in the West Bank and Gaza and to lobby the Irish Government to recognise the State of Palestine and its people. More ...
Dr. Mustafa Barghouthi
Sadaka sponsored visit by Dr. Mustafa Barghouthi of the Palestinian National Initiative (2013). More ...
Palestine & Israel on the Curriculum
Roger Waters (founding member of Pink Floyd) launched the Sadaka Education Resource on Palestine and Israel (2013). More ...
Palestinian Church Leaders
Sadaka hosted eminent Christian church leaders from Palestine to encourage endorsement of Kairos Palestine by the Irish churches (2013)More ...
Brian Maguire's ‘An American Hero’
Rachel Corrie was an American peace activist killed by an Israeli bulldozer in the Gaza Strip on March 16th 2003 while she was trying to prevent the destruction of a Palestinian family’s home. The killing of Rachel Corrie by the Israeli military has been commemorated by one of Ireland’s leading contemporary artists, Brian Maguire, in his painting ‘An American Hero’. Read more ...
Brian has very kindly donated an exclusive and limited set of 40 signed prints to Sadaka. The prints are now on sale and are priced at €400 euro for an unframed copy and €500 for the framed version. The print is available for viewing and purchase at the Printmakers Gallery, 25 Drury Street, Dublin 2. For purchase or further information, please contact email@example.com
We produce free information publications on various aspects of the situation in Palestine - Factsheets containing essential facts, Briefings with more detail, and Papers for a more comprehensive treatment. There is a selection of recent publications below, or for a complete list go to Factsheets, Briefings, or Papers.
50 years of Israeli occupation: The roadblock to peace Overview: In June 2017, it will be 50 years since Israel took over the West Bank (including East Jerusalem) and Gaza by force against the wishes of the Palestinians who lived there. It is the job of the UN Security Council to reverse aggression of this kind, which is in breach of Article 2.4 of the UN Charter, applying whatever sanctions are necessary to force the aggressor to withdraw. That is what happened when Iraq took over Kuwait by force in 1990. Unfortunately, the Security Council has failed to reverse Israel’s 1967 aggression. As a consequence, Palestinians have been forced to endure almost 50 years of Israeli military occupation without any say in how they are governed – and there is no end in sight. (Click on cover to download the full Briefing) May 2016, PDF 124 kB.
Israel: EU Losing Sight Of The Facts Overview: While the state of Israel continues its colonial project in the Occupied Palestinian Territories with its relentless settlement expansion, its shoot-to-kill policy and its arrest and detention of minors, the EU and other international players continue to ignore the fact that without sanctions against Israel to force it to withdraw from the occupied Palestinian territories, the two-state solution is dead. (Click on cover to download the full Briefing) January 2016, PDF 189 kB.
Without sanctions against Israel, the "two-state solution" is dead Overview: The "two-state solution" is dead unless serious and sustained economic sanctions are applied to Israel by the international community to force it to withdraw from the Occupied Palestinian Territories. (Click on cover to download the full Briefing) September 2015, PDF 80 kB.
Israeli Settlements: Colonies and War Crimes (Factsheet) Overview: When a state, which is occupying territory not its own, builds settlements on that territory and transfers its own citizens into them, that process is a war crime, under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC). Israel has occupied the West Bank (including East Jerusalem) since1967 and has transferred well over half a million of its own citizens into that territory. September 2015 (Download PDF 59 kB)
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Recent Press Articles
Ignoring court case, Israel seizes solar panels powering Bedouin school in West Bank (Haaretz, 10 August 2017)
Israel demolishes homes of Palestinian attackers (Daily Star, 10 August 2017)
Human Rights Watch: Stripping Jerusalem residency could be a ‘war crime’ (Daily Star, 9 August 2017)
Upscale Israeli country club changes rules to prevent Arabs from joining (Haaretz, 4 August 2017)
New York Times journalist says Palestinians experience ‘apartheid’ – but not in the New York Times (Jonathan Cook, 1 August 2017)
Netanyahu Offers Blistering Attack on EU: 'Their Behavior Toward Israel Is Crazy' (Haaretz, 19 July 2017)
Testimonies from the censored Deir Yassin massacre: 'They piled bodies and burned them' (Haaretz, 16 July 2017)
Israel’s ever-more sadistic reprisals help shore up a sense of victimhood (Jonathan Cook, The National, 11 July 2017)
Israel breaks up foreign worker couples by denying employment permits (Haaretz, 10 July 2017)
Palestinian baby dies from tear gas inhalation (Al Jazeera, 10 July 2017)
This Palestinian village had solar power — until Israeli soldiers took it away (Washington Post, 7 July 2017)
The West Bank's 'Disneyland' offers a small break from the Israeli occupation (Gideon Levy and Alex Levac, Haaretz, 1 July 2017)
The Monthly Humanitarian Bulletin | May-June 2017 (UN OCHA, July 2017)
Germany okays deal to sell nuke-capable submarines to Israel (Times of Israel, 30 June 2017)
Minister Hotovely Asked to 'Walk a Mile in Palestinian Shoes' (Haaretz, 29 June 2017)
US Jews can’t expect Israel to be liberal only where they want it to (+972, 26 June 2017)
EU pledges to help Israel suppress criticism (Ali Abunimah, 26 June 2017)
Israeli minister calls for full Saudi ties and official Riyadh visit (Middle East Eye, 22 June 2017)
UK Government suffers defeat in court by Palestine campaigners over boycott, divestment and sanctions (Palestine Solidarity Campaign, 22 June 2017)
In first, Germany to send fighter jets to train in Israel (Haaretz, 21 June 2017)
Israel begins work on first new illegal settlement in 20 years (Middle East Eye, 20 June 2017)
Israel provides steady flow of cash, aid to Syrian rebels, says WSJ report (Times of Israel, 19 June 2017)
Israel, Saudi Arabia Are Reportedly Negotiating Economic Ties (Haaretz, 17 June 2017)
How Many Settlers Really Live in the West Bank? (Haaretz, 15 June 2017)
Israel's Occupation: 50 Years of Dispossession (Amnesty International, June 2017)
States must ban Israeli settlement products to help end half a century of violations (Amnesty International, 7 June 2017)
Israel plans most settlement homes since 1992: minister (Al Jazeera, 11 June 2017)
Israeli PM calls for dismantling of UN Palestinian refugee agency (Reuters, 11 June 2017)
1967 war: How Israel occupied the whole of Palestine (Al Jazeera, 6 June 2017)
Israel’s occupation was a plan fulfilled (Ilan Pappe, Electronic Intifada, 6 June 2017)
US tells UN rights forum to remove 'chronic anti-Israel bias' (Reuters, June 2017)
50 stories of Palestinian life under occupation (UN OCHA, June 2017)
Israel keeps tight grip on Palestine economy (Daily Star, 5 June 2017)
Bernie Sanders: 50 Years of Occupation Must End (Haaretz, 5 June 2017)
Israeli soldiers watch Palestinian girl bleed to death - and curse her (Gideon Levy, Haaretz, 4 June 2017)
What I've seen in 30 years of reporting on the Israeli occupation (Gideon Levy, Haaretz, 1 June 2017)
Fifty years, fifty lies (Gideon Levy, Haaretz, 1 June 2017)
Trump Signs Order Delaying U.S. Embassy Move to Jerusalem, Breaking Campaign Promise (Haaretz, 1 June 2017)
Israel is not a democracy (Michael Sfard, Haaretz, 1 June 2017)
Kahlon meets Palestinian premier to discuss Israeli-approved boosts to West Bank economy (Haaretz, 1 June 2017)
Rejoicing in ethnic cleansing (Miko Peled, Electronic Intifada, 31 May 2017)
Artists ditch Israel’s pinkwashing film festival (Electronic Intifada, 1 June 2017)
Occupation is the main cause of humanitarian needs in the occupied Palestinian territory (UN OCHA report, 31 May 2017)
How Israel Jails Palestinians Because They Fit the 'Terrorist Profile' (Haaretz, 28 May 2017)
Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked vexed by White House map missing West Bank (Ynet News, 19 May 2017)
The Visitation (Uri Avnery, 27 May 2017)
Goodwill gestures to Palestinians came at Trump’s request, says Prime Minister’s Office (Times of Israel, 22 May 2017)
Saudi Proposal to Israel Could Be the Stuff of Trump’s Dream Deal in Mideast (Haaretz, 19 May 2017)
A Palestinian Girl's Suicide by Israeli Cop (Gideon Levy, Haaretz, 19 May 2017)
69 years on, Palestinians see Nakba as 'ongoing journey of pain, loss, and injustice' (Ma’an News, 15 May 2017)
Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions declares boycott of Israel (Ynetnews, 13 May 2017)