A growing number of Israelis are refusing to join the country's military, despite military service being compulsory for most citizens over the age of 17.
A local activist group asked MEC members at the recent AGM to support a boycott of Israeli products but the motion went down to defeat.
To be allowed to enter into Gaza or not to be allowed? This is the question swirling in my mind these days as I am getting ready to travel with a Codepink delegation to Egypt and then to Gaza.
Today we made another dent in the armour that is imprisoning the people of Gaza. After being denied entry, members of three delegations to Gaza were finally allowed in.
We are going to Rafah border early this morning and we were expecting that we have security clearance. Now the news is that the European convoy has not been given clearance.
It is Friday 6:45 pm and we have had a very full day –- a day of adventures and blessings. I want to say that I can feel the support of all you. You are making the difference for us.
It is Saturday, May 23, and at 10 am we will leave for the Rafah border and as Ann Wright says: knock on the doors at Rafah and tell them we are here.
One Of reveals the shooting of an emergency medical worker on January 7th, during the period which Israel declared a 'cease-fire' period.
Key parts of a January 2009 speech by Professor Norman Finkelstein were bleeped out before the talk could be broadcast.
Yesterday was a very long, long day. The plan was to buy lots of goods to bring to Gaza.