Statements

EJJP statement: ultra right-wing Israeli politician said “left-wing activists are bringing destruction on themselves”

March 20, 2006 Baruch Marzel: IDF must assassinate left-wing activist Uri AvneryBy N adav S hragai, Haaretz Correspondent National Jewish Front leader Baruch Marzel, now campaigning for the March 28 Knesset election, saidMonday the leaders of the Kadima party are “traitors” and “criminals” and called on the Israel DefenseForces to… Read More »EJJP statement: ultra right-wing Israeli politician said “left-wing activists are bringing destruction on themselves”

Press release: EJJP fact-finding trip to Israel and the West Bank

February 9, 2006 The Occupation is not sustainable, the Occupation is illegal, theOccupation must stopEJJP is a federation of Jewish groups from many European countries, opposed tothe Occupation of the Palestinian territory. We back non-violent action aimed atending the Occupation – including boycott actions aimed against the occupation andrefusal of… Read More »Press release: EJJP fact-finding trip to Israel and the West Bank

Press release: Jewish and Palestinian organisations defy EU secrecy

December 21, 2005 Dismayed by the refusal of EU to publish their own Ramallah and East Jerusalem Heads of Mission findings regarding Israeli state actions towards non Jewish residents of East Jerusalem, Jewish and other peace groups and Palestinian Solidarity campaigns around Europe have decided they must take matters into… Read More »Press release: Jewish and Palestinian organisations defy EU secrecy

In the shadow of disengagement

November 28, 2005 World leaders and their media sycophants have greeted Sharon’s disengagement from Gazawith almost audible and distasteful sighs of relief. It is as if Sharon has provided them with asalve for their guilty consciences, smarting from the discomfort of the ICJ ruling against theSeparation Barrier and the refusal… Read More »In the shadow of disengagement

EJJP 2005 Annual Plenary Session.

October19, 2005 Refuse to support the Israeli occupation! In defence of international law and human rights:boycott, divestment and sanctions against the occupation.At its meeting in London in September 2005 the EJJP decided to add to its declaration of aimsthe following clauses:a. EJJP supports non violent action aimed at ending the… Read More »EJJP 2005 Annual Plenary Session.

No Other Way – Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions against the Occupation

September 11, 2005 o all appearances every political action against the ongoing Israeli Occupation and its illegal elements has been outmanoeuvred by the occupying power. For thirty-eight years massive land and water confiscation, roadblocks, extrajudicial killings, closures, curfews, and collective punishment have taken place in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, in… Read More »No Other Way – Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions against the Occupation

CALL UPON ISRAELI ACADEMICS

June 10, 2005 European Jews for a Just Peace, being a part of the international solidarity movement supporting the human and political rights of Israelis and Palestinians alike, calls upon Israeli academics to boycott the continuing presence of the Israeli army on Palestinian territory. We know that many members of… Read More »CALL UPON ISRAELI ACADEMICS

Declaration of Amsterdam

June 14, 2004 The full text of the founding document of EJJP is as follows: We, representatives of fifteen Jewish peace organisations from eight European countries, gathered together at the conference “Don’t say you didn’t know” in Amsterdam on the 19 and 20th of September 2002, call upon:A) the Israeli… Read More »Declaration of Amsterdam