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فتاة بريطانية

 In late January,  a seventeen-year-old Palestinian youth was shot and killed by an Israeli soldier in Haris village in the West Bank), leaving a family and a village heart-broken, but (because this has often happened before) with no expectation that Israel will take any serious action in relation to this incident or to prevent the next one.  Palestinian families are always frightened about their  young people, because incidents like this … Read More →

Encouraging you to be involved…


We’re still in lockdown but there is lots to do. Please have a read and come and join us! February 2021 notices These bowls are made in Palestine and available from Cafe Palestina, Kentish Town (after lockdown) or from

House invasion in Abu Dis

House invasion by the Israeli army early this morning in the old part of Abu Dis. This huge mess was left by the Israeli soldiers in the house of Mohammad Afana which they entered, searched and turned upside down at 3 in the morning, damaging some pieces of furniture. They then arrested his son Ali. Mohammad’s brother’s house was also invaded and searched by the army. 653 People reached 43 … Read More →

Vaccine apartheid


Vaccine apartheid – Please sign, share, write etc. COVAX have now promised Palestine about 20% of the vaccine it needs, some time during February – and Israel has at last agreed to supply vaccine for health workers – but Palestine needs more vaccine. The world’s current vaccine wars are shocking but nowhere underlines the situation of haves / have-nots as much as Palestine where the Israelis including the West Bank … Read More →

New year’s greetings from CADFA

Wishing all our friends a very happy new year. We have a long list of things we hope for and need in 2021. HUMAN RIGHTS for our Palestinian friends and an end to this Covid nightmare for all of us. CADFA hope to be back to an energetic programme of visits and in-person events as soon as we can be. (The picture from a solidarity demonstration with Huthaifa Badr, administrative detainee … Read More →