Monday, 21. May 2018

The Palestinian resistance organized a seven weeks protests commencing on “Land Day” and culminating on the “Nakba (catastrophe) Day" of May 15 that commemorates the 70th anniversary of the declaration of the State of Israel in 1948.

The opening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem after its challanging decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital was superposed with the Nakba demostration. On May 14, at the eastern border of the besieged Gaza Strip where thousands marched, Israeli soldiers fired at the demonstrators killing 50 Palestinians and wounding about 2,400, mostly being children.

The World Federation of Trade Unions firmly condemns and demands the immediate stop to the slaughter of tens of Palestinians in Gaza by Israeli forces. Right now tens of unarmed Palestinians are being murdered, injured and threatened by the Israeli forces, because they are protesting against the transfer of the USA embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and because they demand the right to go back to their land that was taken from them on May 15th 1948.

With an event of solidarity with the people of Palestine, at the "T. Charalambidis' stadium of the Municipality of Chaidari, PAME expressed its solid support for the struggle of the Palestinian people, and also opened the 12th Workers’ Football Championship of the PAME Youth Secretariat.

The event was attended by the Ambassador of Palestine, Marwan Tubasi, the Secretary General of the World Federation of Trade Unions, George Mavrikos and Mayor of Chaidari, Michalis Selekos.

In a celebration held in Cairo, the former Palestinian General Secretary of the General Union of Palestine Workers, Haidar Ibrahim, was honored on the sidelines of the Arab Labor Organization Conference held in Cairo, under the initiative of the current General Secretary of GUPW, Mahmoud Abu Al-Wafa.

ITUCThe ITUC has condemned Israel over the killing of 16 people and the wounding of several hundred in Gaza on Friday.

The Global union body supports the call by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, backed by the EU, for an independent and transparent investigation into the violence. Thousands of Palestinians had gathered near the border to protest the continuing blockade of Gaza and the confiscation of their lands.

During the last days, we are witnessing the continuing crime against the heroic Palestinian people who are struggling for their lives and their future. The escalation of Israeli aggression is based on the clear support provided by the USA-NATO and the governments of countries, like of Greece.

At the same time, however, some organizations and forces, because of the generalized outcry against Israel, issue statements supposedly in support of the Palestinian people. In reality, their positions are a blank cheque for even more murders, expansion of settlements, more barbarity against the Palestinians.

A delegation of the Communist and Worker’s Parties that constitute the European Communist Initiative visited Palestine and the West Bank as a solidarity mission.

The European Communist Initiative reports

Between 21-23 March 2018, a delegation of the Communist and Worker’s Parties that constitute the European Communist Initiative visited Palestine and the West Bank. The delegation was comprised by cdes Sotiris Zarianopoulos and Lefteris Nikolaou from the Communist Party of Greece (KKE), Paolo Caviglia from the Communist Party, Italy (CP I) and Victor Llanos from the Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE).

Thousands of Palestinians have been protesting along the eastern borders of the Gaza Strip as part of the Great March of Return movement. The grotesque, disproportionate and lethal response of the Israeli state has gone unpunished.

Israeli forces fired live ammunition at protesters, killed dozens of Palestinians during the past week, including 21 during and after the March 30th protests, and have injured more than 1,600 others. Eight Palestinians died on Friday alone. The use of lethal force, snipers, tanks and drones against unarmed protesters is symptomatic of the Zionist state’s disregard for Palestinians. Live gunfire on unarmed civilians constitutes a flagrant violation of the international legal obligation to distinguish between civilians and combatants.

cpisraelIsraeli army snipers shot dead at least nine Palestinian protesters, including a journalist and a 14-year-old boy, and wounded at least 300 others near the Gaza border fence with Israel on Friday, April 6, during the eighth day of the “Great March of Return.” Palestinian health officials confirmed that among those killed was journalist Yasser Murtaja, 30, a cameraman for Palestinian Ain Media.

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