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Another Demonstration at the Israeli Embassy


A second demonstration and candle lit vigil is being held outside the Israeli Embassy last in solidarity with palestinian hunger striker Mahmoud Sarsak, and other Palestinians including Akram Rikhawi, Samer Albarq, Abu Kweik, Abdullah Alaker and Mahmoud Oweiwiwho are still on Hunger strike in Israeli prisons. 

Successful Demonstration at the Israeli Embassy


Tonight activists from a variety of groups, including people involved in the Palestine Place project at 24 Grays Inn Road (a social centre set up in solidarity with the Palestian people) held a successful demonstration outside the Israeli embassy in support of Palestian hunger striker Mahmoud Sarsak, who has been on hunger strike for 85 days now in response to his "administrative detention" which …

Solidarity Demonstration @ Israeli Embassy


Palestinian political prisoner Mahmoud Sarsak is on day 85 of the longest ever hunger strike, in protest against being detained without charge or trial for nearly 3 years. He has been denied proper medical care and his condition is now critical. Time is absolutely of the essence in taking action to help prevent this murder. Emergency candle vigil TONIGHT at Israeli embassy, 2 Palace Green, London …

Palestine Place & Anti G4S Demo



Activists from Palestine Place today joined a coalition of Protesters from over 20 different organisations (including No Borders, War on Want, Women of Colour united, The National Coalition of Anti Deportation Campaigners, and others) to form a visual and physical protest presence outside the G4S AGM which was held in Paternoster Square.

News from Palestine Place


Palestine Place is now up and running in our Grays Inn home and has hosted a wide range of events, seeing in excess of 150 people over the weekend. A succesful footbal action through the streets of London in support of Hunger striker Mahmoud Sarsak happened yesterday (Report) and our event tonight on International law and Palestine, with free Palestinian food on offer for all visitors was attended…

Palestine Place resists Eviction & Opens to public


Despite attempts by London’s security forces to illegally evict Palestine Place from 24 Grays Inn Road, a large turnout by local activists and the strength of occupiers within Palestine Place has resulted in the resistance of our first eviction attempt and a strong resolve to remain. The space will be used to raise the profile with workshops, discussion, and action from a variety of gro…

Globe Protestor: "Why is Israel the Exception?"


Habima Israel's National Theatre is performing in London at the Shakespeare's Globe Theatre (SGT). Habima regularly performs in illegal Israeli settlements & is funded by the State of Israel. SGT refused Global calls to Boycott Habima. On Habima's opening night yesterday a Protestor from Denmark was thrown out by the Globe for displaying a banner against Israel's Apartheid. He later said, "I …

Disarm the National Gallery: Launch Action 2012


On 31st March 2012, Campaign Against the Arms Trade (CAAT) & Stop the Arms Fair (STAF) launched a campaign to ‘Disarm the National Gallery' in Trafalgar Square, London. A video of this action including never seen before footage of protests & discussions inside the National Gallery and an interview with BBC correspondent & Channel 4 reporter Paraic O'Brien at Stop the Arms Fair 2011 can be viewed …

All fun and games in London. Abortion Demo


Recent abortion demo in central London - was noisey, interesting and a fun evening out



On Saturday 31st March 2012, human right campaigners rallied outside the U.S embassy in London, marking the 9th anniversary of Aafia Siddiqui's abduction, rendition and false imprisonment. A video featuring her case, discussions with Asim Qureshi (Director of Cage Prisoners) discussing her legal battle, Pakistan's role, her children & the issue of repatriation; speeches from the rally provided by …

URGENT callout for Legal Observers

This is an urgent callout for legal observers ahead of futher enforcement action at Dale Farm.

ACPO and the Met in the dock


On Thursday 9th February 2012 at 10.00am, in the Royal Courts of Justice, the Strand, London WC2A 2LL, there will be a Judicial Review of the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO), a private limited company, and the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, for the running of a controversial £9 million publicly funded secret 'domestic extremist' intelligence database about political activists.

London Critical Mass Halloween ride.


Another good ride, apart from a few impatient drivers.

Video http://www.archive.org/details/CM30-10-09

pics from today's 'put people first' march


tens of thousands took to the streets in london this afternoon in the run-up to next week's G20 talks. they held placards protesting about a variety of connected issues including the banking crisis, climate change, worker's rights, and anti-war.

London Critical Mass February ride.

About 300 riders turned up and still no police.

Photographers Aid Terrorists SHOCKER!


While the National Union of Journalists was teaming up with comedian media activst Mark Thomas Chris Atkins (the BAFTA nominated director and writer of the feature film documentary Taking Liberties), Marc Vallée (photojournalist blogger), The British Journal of Photography and others for a “media event” outside New Scotland Yard, I was busy trying to take photos useful for all m…