Greens Engage

British Greens responding to the intersection of anti-Zionism and antisemitism

The Palestine Solidarity Campaign can only mean one thing

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Eric Lee writes:

From the river to the sea?

Sorry, but there’s no way to be polite about this. That chant, and the PSC’s own logo of a map of Palestine from the river to the sea, and the subsequent chanting of “Israel out of Palestine” really could mean only one thing.

The demonstrators, or at least the people leading the chanting and making up the slogans, were supporting a one-state agenda, a solution to the century-old conflict between Israelis and Palestinians by demanding that one side pack up and leave.

This is clearly nothing to do with supporting the Palestinian.

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Written by Mira Vogel

November 21, 2012 at 5:18 pm

Posted in anti-Zionism

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  1. Where were they going? They started chanting that they wanted to go all the way to Bethel, which is a settlement just outside Ramallah. On the way there, they were chanting that they want unity for the three factions in Palestine: Fatah, Hamas, and The Popular Front.

    Lucille Glenn

    January 11, 2013 at 1:17 pm

  2. Sounds a bit like this cause I was invited to

    how can anyone take them seriously

    Adrian Windisch

    March 12, 2013 at 3:08 am

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