Scottish Friends of Palestine is a non-profit campaigning organisation established in 1982 to promote the rights of the Palestinian people through peaceful means and advocacy.
Briefing Paper February 2017
Yet we must not ignore the fact that the modern Hebrew language employs word laundering to mask an arrogant, violent and even racist attitude toward the Arab enemy. . . Israel’s word laundering is amongst the most advanced in the world. In part because the reality keeps changing and requires new words every time. . […]
If I were a teacher
If I were a teacher I would teach the truth: that a people without a land came to a land that had a people, and that it’s theirs at least as much as it’s ours. Gideon Levy Ha’aretz 29.01.14 If I were a teacher, I would tell my students that the Israel Defence Forces is […]
Palestine and the legacy of Balfour
Download our book, Palestine and the legacy of Balfour by clicking here. On the 12 & 13 November 2005 Scottish Friends of Palestine held its international conference at Haddington, East Lothian. The subject of the conference was Palestine and the legacy of Balfour, in this, the 88th anniversary year of the Balfour Declaration. The proximity […]