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“These are investments in war and weaponry”: The EUJPS divestment campaign, explained

“Did you know your tuition fees are funding genocide?” Such read the flyers circulated across campus by the Edinburgh University Justice for Palestine Society (EUJPS). In a statement to The…

Gaza is not history, the time for speaking out is now

Four months on from the beginning of Israel’s war on Gaza, the scale of Israel’s indiscriminate killing of Palestinian civilians and decimation of the Gaza Strip will be no new…

University unity: understanding the reality facing Palestinian universities

A line from the Beatles goes—”living is easy with eyes closed”. Life goes as dreams do, a blur between two realities: one we are told about and one which we…

Artist Spotlight: Laila Ajjawi

Depicting peace and hope during times of tragedy Laila Ajjawi is a Palestinian graffiti artist who was born and raised in a Palestinian refugee camp outside of Irbid, Jordan. While…

Scottish Parliament ‘sit-in’ calls on Holyrood to support South Africa ICJ submission

A Pro-Palestine sit-in is taking place in the lobby of Scottish Parliament. Protestors are urging Holyrood to support South Africa’s charges of genocide against Israel which are being discussed at…

Pro-Palestine protesters hold student walkout

Around two hundred protesters staged a walk-out organised by Justice for Palestine Society on Friday 24th November. The protesters started at the main library at 2:30pm, they then walked around…

Scottish Parliament calls for immediate ceasefire

The Scottish Government has backed a motion calling an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza and an unconditional release of all hostages held by Hamas. The motion states that Scottish Parliament…

Edinburgh Waverley occupied by pro-Palestinian protesters

Hundreds of pro-Palestinian protesters staged a sit-in at Edinburgh’s Waverley Station at around 4:00pm on Saturday, November 4. Following a large demonstration starting on the Mound, the protesters took to…