|With the massacre in Beit Hanoun, the world’s mainstream media finally woke up to the Israeli military offensive in northern Gaza. On 8 November, the day after Israel declared that operation “Autumn Clouds” had ended, 19 members of an extended family in the village were wiped out in an artillery strike. The victims, murdered in their sleep at 5:35 am, included 8 children.
There was no evidence of any military activity in the house and the Israeli government later described the attack as an error, while the Army said that their target had been chosen on the basis of home-made rocket fire from the area the previous day, and claimed “a fault in the artillery radar system’s co-ordinates for the missiles changed the margin of error from 25 to 200m, ” as The Observer reported (12 Nov). Israeli policy was changed earlier this year to allow targets within 100 metres of built-up civilian areas.
Some 53 Palestinians had already been killed by Israeli forces and some 200 injured between 2 November and 7 November, while the world was mainly not watching. Kindergarten children and their teacher were attacked in a school bus. Two medics were killed and another seriously injured while on duty, evacuating the wounded. A man bled to death waiting for an Israeli permit to allow the Red Cross to take him to hospital, 5 minutes away.
Healthworkers, already facing the severe shortages of drugs, equipment, and electricity supplies caused by economic siege and previous military attacks, began to crack under the strain.
An offensive like this is not an error or a one-off. It is State terrorism.
Gaza had been under continuous military assault all summer, another well-kept secret partly obscured by the Israeli invasion of Lebanon in July which deserved and received widespread coverage. After the kidnapping by Hizbollah of 2 Israeli soldiers in mid July, Israel killed over 1,100 Lebanese civilians and displaced nearly one million. Thousands of homes, factories and infrastructure were destroyed and a million unexploded cluster bomblets remain. The UK and US governments alone gave Israel the green light to continue the indiscriminate, completely disproportionate collective punishment for a month.
The attack on Gaza had begun even before the kidnap of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit on 25 June which was then universally cited in the media as explanation for everything that followed. On 9 June an entire family was wiped out while relaxing on the beach in northern Gaza: 8 killed and 32 injured. The next week a “targetted assassination” missile strike in Gaza City killed 9, two of whom were children, and injured 35. The dead included civilians who had gone to aid those injured in the first strike.
From the end of June to the present (12 Nov) some 450 Palestinians have been killed, according to the UN. The generating plant providing 45% of Gaza’s electricity was destroyed. The border crossings are closed. Gaza is under siege.
Cast your mind back to August 2005 when Israel “pulled out” of Gaza to great media fanfare and against the hysterical objection of the settlers who were relocated to the West Bank. Ariel Sharon turned up at the UN to be honoured as a man of peace who had called the settlers’ bluff. Three farsighted Israelis, who were publicly derided for their views, warned that the so-called pullout could be a prelude to sustained military attack:
Uri Davis, Ilan Pappe, and Tamar Yaron: 17 July 2005
In fact, since the Israeli “redeployment” from Gaza on August 20, 2005, Israeli troops killed 694 Palestinians and wounded four thousand. The carnage since the “pullout” is on the same scale as Lebanon, but Gaza has a much smaller population of only 1.4 million. Unemployment had reached 80% by April 2006 (UN). This is a very intense attack coupled to a siege, sustained and spread out over time and kept largely out of public view.
The supposed Israeli justification for all this has been the launching of home-made rockets from Gaza into Israel, which resulted in 14 Israeli civilian deaths between June 2004 and July 2006.
A much more likely explanation is that Israel wishes to provoke Hamas into ending its policy of truce which has lasted 22 months, possibly leading to a resumption of suicide bombing which even at its height never remotely rivalled the Israeli assault on the Palestinian civilian population, in terms of deaths or injuries. The spiral of violence may recur and it would certainly be another tragedy, but if it does we cannot ignore what has happened over the last 2 years or the consequences of having watched the situation develop without an effective international response.
I think the fundamental arguments for workers / people’s sanctions against Israel are
1) that the Israeli government
2) that an effective solidarity movement with Palestine is the best means by which those of us outside the Middle East can contribute to an eventual solution. To walk away from this is to abandon Palestinians to despair in the face of an overpowering army of occupation.
3) that the Israeli government is seriously concerned by the prospect of boycott and sanctions, which could have a real effect. For example in May the Israeli Education Minister took the unusual step of writing to the British Education Minister advising him to prevent the college lecturers union NATFHE from adopting a resolution on academic boycott.
4) that the movement for sanctions can only be built from below.
Who is calling for boycott, disinvestment and sanctions against Israel?
1) Palestinian civil society: The declaration issued in July 2005 was endorsed by over 170 Palestinian organisations including
Palestinian General Federation of Trade Unions (PGFTU)
Their call concludes:
2) The South African union federation COSATU, which participated in the Cape Town mass march for sanctions in August and whose President Willie Madisha declared:
The 200,000 strong regional Canadian public sector union CUPE Ontario, whose conference in May 2006 adopted comprehensive policy along the lines of the Palestinian call for boycott, disinvestment and sanctions, specifically including support for:
The Irish public sector union SIPTU, whose members employed on the Dublin tram system refused in August to train Israeli drivers for a tram system serving the illegal settlements in the West Bank.
John Dugard, the South African born UN Special Rapporteur for the Occupied Territories, who has compared the international diplomatic situation to that facing South Africans in the 1970’s, and who calls for a comprehensive arms embargo on Israel.
The TUC, whose resolution in September 2006 does support Palestinian self-determination and the right of return, but makes no mention of sanctions;
The Israeli union federation Histadrut, whose website does not mention the Occupation, whose former General Secretary Amir Peretz is now the Defence Minister in charge of the invasions of Lebanon and Gaza, and which intervened strongly in opposition to the prospect of sanctions in 2002 after the re-invasion of the West Bank.
Who will impose sanctions against Israel?
Certainly not the US or Britain or the EU and therefore certainly not the UN, despite the accurate and sympathetic views of individuals like John Dugard. Look, for example, at the governmental reactions during the recent military operation in Gaza.
On 3 November British Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett began by expressing concern over unspecified reports of civilian deaths and then declared ‘We deeply regret the deaths of civilians on both sides of the conflict, and would like to remind all parties of their obligation under international humanitarian law to avoid civilian casualties. Israel has a right to defend itself but any action should be proportionate and in accordance with international humanitarian law. We call for an immediate end to the launching of rockets against Israeli civilian targets, and to all forms of violence. Violence serves only to undermine the prospects for peace in the region. ‘
Just to remind you, there were no Israeli casualties in this operation or leading up to it, but at least 72 Palestinians died from 2 to 8 November.
At the Security Council on 10 November US Ambassador to the UN John Bolton explained that there must be an honest and even-handed discussion of recent events in Gaza, where the Hamas-led Palestinian Authority Government had continued to play a role in perpetuating instability and violence. There was no question that Israel had a right to defend itself and its citizens – indeed, when Israeli forces withdrew from much of Gaza on 7 November, Palestinian terrorists resumed firing rockets into Israel, targeted at civilians, almost immediately. While deeply regretting the injuries and loss of life in Gaza on 8 November in and around Beit Hanoun, the United States had seen the Israeli Government’s apology and understood that an investigation would begin, which would hopefully lead to steps being taken to avoid repetition of similar incidents.
On 11 November the US vetoed the Security Council resolution from Qatar, which called for an international investigation committee and the stationing of UN observers in Gaza. Britain abstained.
Four years ago, Israel blocked the UN from investigating the April 2002 massacre in Jenin. Their legal advisor, British QC Daniel Bethlehem had warned that a UN investigation might lead to prosecutions. In February, Bethlehem was appointed as top legal advisor to the British Foreign Office.
Eight of the last nine vetoes in the Security Council have been cast by the United States. Of those, seven concerned the Israel-Palestinian conflict.
Waiting for a US, UK or UN-approved sanctions campaign means waiting forever.
There are many options for consumer boycott and disinvestment, some of which can be taken up by unions much as the campaign against Coca-Cola has had union backing. See for example www.bigcampaign.org.uk/index.php/boycott_israeli_goods
Union pension fund investments are significant, particularly in the US where unions hold an estimated $5 billion worth of Israeli bonds.
Anti-war groups may be able to target the extensive arms trade, as with the Derry anti-war coalition direct action against Raytheon over cluster bomb supplies during the invasion of Lebanon. The F15 and F16 fighters and Apache helicopters used in Gaza missile attacks are supplied to Israel through the US with extensive British components.
Specific possibilities like the Dublin tram drivers boycott may come to light as union branches investigate the involvement of their employers.
Here are some other options for trade sanctions:
1) Zim: the Israeli shipping company which trades all over the world and has its own fleet as well as using other carriers.
2) Carmel Agrexco: exports agricultural products grown in the illegal Settlements and the Jordan valley, the next target for annexation. It has two refrigerated carriers, the Carmel Ecofresh and Carmel Biotop.
3) Container lines including Maersk and Gracechurch connect the Israeli ports of Haifa and Ashdod with all the major ports of the world.
4) Caterpillar: supplies the bulldozers used in constructing the Apartheid Wall and in demolishing Palestinian homes and farms in military operations.
Is the union movement capable of this?
International issues always seem remote by comparison to immediate problems at work. Unlike South African apartheid, which faced a very general consensus of international opposition, Palestine is a harder argument. But even with South Africa, workers sanctions had to be fought for.
There is no real equivalent in Palestine of COSATU, the huge and militant South African union federation whose formation in 1985 was the key to bringing down the apartheid regime.
Internationally the union movement itself is weaker, certainly in Britain, than during the fight against apartheid.
On the other hand, access to information is much better than during the 1970’s and 80’s – anyone who really wants to know what is happening in Gaza or the West Bank can find out a lot, and it is possible to visit the West Bank.
The Zionist claim that those who criticise Israel let alone call for sanctions are automatically anti-Semitic, counts for a lot less than it used to, at least in Britain. For example the charge of anti-Semitism was widely expected during the debate at the college lecturers union NATFHE in May, but it did not materialise even as the vote went in favour of an academic boycott. Nor did it feature during the debate at UNISON conference.
Lebanon was another turning point – the media coverage and the very obvious indiscriminate, disproportionate mass collective punishment of Lebanese civilians convinced many trade unionists that it was time to act.
As South Africans prepared their mass march for sanctions, sacked Liverpool docker Terry Teague sent a video message to Cape Town describing what they would do if still employed on Liverpool docks:
We have the benefit of experience in Oakland, Liverpool and elsewhere during the apartheid era. A militant South African movement is demanding sanctions. Ships carrying Israeli trade call in ports with strong union organisation.
To echo an old anti-fascist slogan: If not now, when? If not this way, how?
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- Labor and Women’s Rights Movement Plan Ambitious Mass Protests to Fight Trumpism (Alternet) March 3, 2017
- Labor for Palestine Bulletin: Important Events Thurs., Feb. 2 February 1, 2017
- Are US labor unions finally speaking out on Palestine? (Electronic Intifada) January 19, 2017
- SAN FRANCISCO LABOR COUNCIL RESOLUTION ON HATE FLIERS AT SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY (SF Labor Council) December 13, 2016
- European Trade Union Initiative for Justice in Palestine December 5, 2016
- Irish Trade Union Open Letter to German Union in Support of Teacher Christoph Glanz November 9, 2016
- Labor for Standing Rock Pamphlet October 26, 2016
- Support Dr. Rabab Abdulhadi From Zionist Attacks October 16, 2016
- Labor for Palestine endorses Oct. 29-30 Labor for Standing Rock mobilization October 14, 2016
- Resolution on the Freedom of Speech and Assembly for All Faculty, Staff and Students at the City University of New York (PSC-CUNY) October 13, 2016
- Please sign: We Stand With Palestinian Rights Activist Christoph Glanz Against Zionist Witch-Hunt October 13, 2016
- Urgent Call on the AFL-CIO: Reverse Support for the Dakota Access Pipeline September 17, 2016
- NLRB Upholds Union’s Right To Endorse BDS Against Israel (In These Times) July 27, 2016
- US labor board affirms union’s right to boycott Israel (Electronic Intifada) July 25, 2016
- NLRB Confirms Legality of Union Support for Boycott of Israel; Union Condemns Political Attacks on BDS (UE) July 22, 2016
- Friday in NYC — Imprisoned Resistance: Politics of Incarceration in Palestine & the U.S. July 12, 2016
- 5 WAYS to support Palestinian Liberation within the Bay Area July 8, 2016
- LFP Bulletin: Labor for Palestine Testifies at NY Transit Board Against Cuomo’s Anti-BDS Blacklist — and more July 3, 2016
- Les luttes de la classe ouvrière palestinienne et le mouvement mondial de solidarité pour la Palestine July 2, 2016
- Labor for Palestine: Against Apartheid, For International Solidarity (Western Mass Labor for Palestine brochure) June 29, 2016
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- Intersecting Picket Lines: Free Speech, Palestine, and the CUNY Contract (Viewpoint Magazine) June 23, 2016
- Labor for Palestine Opposition to Gov. Cuomo’s Anti-BDS Blacklist, NY MTA Board Meeting June 22, 2016
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- About Labor for Palestine June 5, 2016
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- LFP Bulletin: Graduate Student Workers Resist New Attack on UAW 2865 BDS Resolution May 27, 2016
- Union Members Struggle for a Democratic Debate on Palestine: Statement from UAW 2865, GEO-UAW 2322, and GSOC-UAW 2110 Palestine Solidarity Caucuses on UAW 2865 BDS Vote Nullification May 26, 2016
- Rank and file challenge US union bosses over BDS (Electronic Intifada) May 26, 2016
- Is BDS Simply a ‘Campus Movement?’ How Deceitful Can Thomas Friedman Actually Be? (Huffington Post) May 25, 2016
- Union officials suppress member support for BDS (Palestine Legal) May 25, 2016
- UW-Madison’s Teaching Assistants’ Association Executive Board Defends Union’s Democratic Process (TAA/AFT Local 3220) May 25, 2016
- Poster: Salute to the UW-Madison graduate student workers of TAA/AFT Local 3220 for respecting the BDS picket line for Palestinian Rights! May 21, 2016
- EXTRA! EXTRA! Madison Grad Students Are First AFT Local to Adopt BDS! — and more from Labor for Palestine May 19, 2016
- 354 European human rights organisations, church groups, trade unions and political parties call on the EU to support their right to boycott (Mondoweiss) May 19, 2016
- Gaza laborers suffer few rights, little pay (Electronic Intifada) May 19, 2016
- UW-Madison Union of Graduate Student Workers (TAA) Endorses BDS Movement (TAA/AFT Local 3220) May 19, 2016
- Resolution: Standing in Solidarity with the Palestinian Civil Society and Joining the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions Movement (TAA/AFT Local 3220) May 18, 2016
- Palestinian labour movement welcomes Fuecys union in Uruguay support for Israel boycott (Palestinian Trade Unions) May 17, 2016
- UK unions urge G4S to end Israel occupation role now (Electronic Intifada) May 17, 2016
- Urgent Action: Sign appeal to the UN about Israel’s war of repression on BDS — and other news from Labor for Palestine May 17, 2016
- May 21, 2016: Labor for Palestine at the NYC Left Forum: Building the BDS Picket Line Against Racism, Zionism, and Injustice May 17, 2016
- FSJP-UMB Supports UMA Union’s Boycott Resolution May 16, 2016
- New Yorkers march for justice and liberation for workers in Palestine and around the world (Samidoun) May 5, 2016
- Response to President Hamilton, NYU (GSOC Members for BDS) May 3, 2016
- UAW 2865 Condemns Horowitz Posters, Climate of Islamophobia and Racism May 2, 2016
- May 1 message by the New Unions (PFNTU) May 1, 2016
- Two Posters Salute graduate employee members of UAW 2110, 2322, and 2865 for respecting the BDS picket line April 30, 2016
- May Day 2016: Work under colonialism and the politics of solidarity in Palestine & USA April 27, 2016
- Letter: Resolution affirms human rights (Daily Collegian) April 27, 2016
- NYU grad workers vote yes on BDS (Socialist Worker) April 26, 2016
- Solidarity Rising: Two More UAW Graduate Employee Units Endorse BDS! April 26, 2016
- National Wave of Labor Support for Justice for Palestinians as Unions Vote to Divest from Israeli Apartheid: GSOC-UAW 2110 and GEO-UAW 2322 are Latest Unions to Vote for Divestment (GSOC-UAW 2110, GEO-UAW 2322, UAW 2865) April 25, 2016
- Attempts to Stifle BDS Support Within UAW Local Backfires (Shadow Proof) April 24, 2016
- Election and Referendum Results (GSOC-UAW 2110) April 22, 2016
- NYU graduate worker union backs Israel boycott by big margin (Electronic Intifada) April 22, 2016
- NYU grad union votes for Israel boycott (Politico NY) April 22, 2016
- “Defining political issue of our time”: NYU grad student union overwhelmingly votes to boycott Israel over violations of Palestinian human rights (Salon) April 22, 2016
- Historic: NYU’s Graduate Employee Union Becomes First Private University Labor Union to Support Divestment From Israel (GSOC-UAW 2110) April 22, 2016
- Univ. of Massachusetts Grad Student Workers Endorse BDS Against Israel (In These Times) April 21, 2016
- Did New York union nix election because of BDS referendum? (Electronic Intifada) April 21, 2016
- NYU grad union says parent union disqualified candidates who back Israel boycott (Politico New York) April 20, 2016
- America’s Labor Unions Are Increasingly Standing with Palestine (Alternet) April 19, 2016
- Mass Rally Against Approval of New “Social Security” Law (IMEMC) April 19, 2016
- Ten thousand mobilize in Ramallah to fight for social rights (Palestinian Grassroots Anti-apartheid Wall Campaign) April 19, 2016
- GEO joins the BDS movement: Press Release! (GEO-UAW 2322) April 19, 2016
- Union officials attempt to cancel elections and silence support for BDS (GSOC-UAW 2110) April 18, 2016
- Eric Lee: The Online Labour Solidarity Whiz who’s ‘Proud to be a Zionist’ (Peter Waterman) April 16, 2016
- On Palestinian Prisoners’ Day, Anti-Prison, Labor, Academic Delegation Takes Stand against Israeli State Violence, Affirms Solidarity with Palestinian People (Samidoun) April 16, 2016
- April 20, 2016: From Oakland to Palestine: “Prisons, Repression & Resistance” April 14, 2016
- The Adjunct Project Endorses the Boycott of Israeli Academic Institutions April 12, 2016
- Labor for Palestine Update April 11, 2016
- Solidarity With GSOC-UAW 2110 BDS Vote (UAW 2865) April 8, 2016
- The Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions Movement Comes to New York University (Muftah) April 7, 2016
- American and Palestinian Unionists Build International Solidarity To Win ‘Freedom’ for Palestine (In These Times) April 6, 2016
- Similar to the West Bank, Gaza’s workers protest to demand fair pay (Mondoweiss) March 31, 2016
- “Standing in Solidarity with Palestinian Civil Society and Joining the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) Movement Resolution” (GEO/UAW2322) March 31, 2016
- New Labor for Palestine Pamphlet March 31, 2016
- The New Unions are officially recognised as trade union confederation (Palestinian Grassroots Anti-apartheid Wall Campaign) March 30, 2016
- April 16, 2016 — Springfield MA: “Building a Labor Movement Against Apartheid: Union Solidarity with Palestine” March 29, 2016
- Labor for Palestine at Labor Notes: April 2-3 in Chicago March 29, 2016
- Manawel Abdel-Al from Palestine in Chicago; Narratives of Resistance (USPCN) March 29, 2016
- How Israel makes money from blockading Gaza (Electronic Intifada) March 29, 2016
- GSOC Voting on Boycott of Israel (Washington Square News) March 28, 2016
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- Palestinian Rights Campaign Spreads to NYU (Alternet) March 21, 2016
- The announcement of the establishment of the new Palestinian trade Unions March 19, 2016
- Response to Report of the UC Regents’ Working Group on Principles Against Intolerance (UAW 2865) March 18, 2016
- UAW Local 2865 Call to Action [“Statement of Principles Against Intolerance.”] March 18, 2016
- Building BDS and the union at NYU (Socialist Worker) March 17, 2016
- West Bank teachers’ strike fuels a deep crisis for Palestinian Authority (Socialist Worker U.K.) March 15, 2016
- Over 60 Massachusetts organizations protest ‘anti BDS’ legislation (Mondoweiss) March 15, 2016
- UAW 2865 Letter of Solidarity with Teachers in Palestine March 14, 2016
- Palestine: A new Union is born (PFNTU) March 13, 2016
- Palestinian teachers’ strike marks major rift between public and PA (Ma’an News Agency) March 13, 2016
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