Activists from Palestine Action targeted Smith Metals headquarters over their complicity in the Gaza genocide.
From 5.30 am this morning, over 30 People have been protesting at the Israeli pharmaceutical company Teva Pharmaceutical Industries.
On Monday 19th February, the High Court ruled that it wouldn’t allow the legal case against the UK government over arms sales to Israel to proceed.
On Monday, a group of over 100 protesters blockaded two sites of Israel’s largest weapons manufacturer, Elbit Systems, shutting them both down for over 5 hours in spite of a heavy police presence.
These rivers of blood must breach the walls of our apathy.
How perverse is it to be having a good time in an event that aims to challenge an unfolding genocide?
Yesterday, activists from Palestine Action blockaded the Bristol HQ of Israel’s largest weapons firm, Elbit Systems.
Activists from Palestine Action drenched the Manchester offices of Bank of New York Mellon in red paint to symbolise the bank’s complicity in Palestinian bloodshed.
Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) has released an interactive map of all the locations across the UK where F35 components are made.
In reality, in the cold light of the freezing Gaza winter day, it really is up to us.