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Join ISM: Online training August 22 & 23, 2022

ISM UK is offering a two-part online pre-training for prospective volunteers who are interested in joining the International Solidarity Movement on the ground in Palestine. Attending the two sessions together will give you a chance to get a first impression ...

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Join ISM: Training in Bristol & Belfast, July 24, 2022

  ISM UK & ISM Ireland are offering pre-training sessions in Bristol and Belfast this month for prospective volunteers who are interested in joining the International Solidarity Movement on the ground in Palestine.  Attending the training session will give you ...

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ISM Call to Action: Save Masafer Yatta!

  The International Solidarity Movement is calling all activists and supporters to take urgent action against Israel’s ethnic cleansing of the Masafer Yatta region in the occupied West Bank.    What is Masafer Yatta?: Masafer Yatta is a rural region ...

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The occupation kills again in Dheisha refugee camp

2 June | International Solidarity Movement | Dheisha, Bethlehem On the morning of Thursday the 2nd of June, Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) stormed Dheisha refugee camp, south of the West Bank town of Bethlehem, at dawn to arrest several residents. ...

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Join ISM: Training in London, UK, November 30, 2019

Protesters gather, a Palestinian flag flying, little girl on her fathers shoulders.

ISM UK is offering a day of pre-training for prospective volunteers who are interested in joining the International Solidarity Movement on the ground in Palestine.  Attending the training session in north London will give you a chance to get a ...

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20 arrested as activists raise Palestinian flag in settlement

Over a hundred Palestinian and international activists entered an illegal Israeli settlement and raised the Palestinian flag on Saturday, October 26. Settlers and Israeli Occupation Forces responded violently to the peaceful protest, firing tear gas and flash grenades and arresting at least 20 people, including nine internationals and seven journalists.

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