Linking together for human rights

Women’s demonstrations and human rights violations.

Please see attached here the Abu Dis human rights report for July 2020. It is a difficult read… “People in Abu Dis are trying to get on with their lives in a normal way but their lives are systematically interrupted by movement restrictions, separation from family members, economic and environmental problems.  People are becoming accustomed to violence from the Israeli army that every month leaves a number of boys (usually) … Read More →

Pressures on one piece of land

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On 17th June, the Israeli army demolished a house and a new wall for a football field in the area of Suwanet  Salah. The contest about this piece of land has been explained on our website here. Part of a statement by Al Quds University: On 17thJune 2020 the Israeli army invaded the Al Quds University campus with dozens of soldiers, military vehicles and bulldozers. They destroyed the wall and the … Read More →

Please sign petition to free Mohammed – No prison without trial!

Please sign the petition HERE We are calling for an end of Israel’s policy of mass imprisonment of Palestinians and in particular the policy of administrative detention – there should be no imprisonment without trial.  We  believe that Palestinian prisoners should be released in a hurry because of the Corona virus which is rumoured to be spreading in Israeli prisons. Here we are calling in particular for the release of … Read More →

Wonderful women’s visit

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We’re so proud of this wonderful visit, our great visitors and amazing volunteers and helpers in the UK – This was a special visit because it involved old friends from Abu Dis with whom we’ve been linking right back (in some cases) to 2005, and new and old friends in the UK from across the country – Bradford, Cornwall, Salisbury, Whitstable, Worcester, Chichester, Hastings, Reading and London of course. What … Read More →

Under cover of Corona

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The Corona virus crisis is hitting us all and the implications are horrifying us equally in Palestine and the UK – though so far our governments have taken a different approach. In the UK, there is nothing like a ‘lockdown’ but in Palestine the streets are empty, the schools and university shut and the Palestinian police enforcing a ban on cafes opening. CADFA has had to cancel our next visit to … Read More →

Book of Condolences for Ata Elayyan.

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CADFA will be opening a book of condolences to send to the family of Ata Elayyan, a young man from Abu Dis murdered in the terror shooting in the mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday. We mourn each and every one of the victims and renew our resolve to work for a world free of the racist hatred and incitement that led to this appalling mass murder. Ata Elayyan … Read More →