Join defendants at Uxbridge Magistrates' Court for breakfast on the first day of their trial and support the campaign to sever military, economic, cultural and academic ties with Israel while the occupation of Palestine continues.For further information please email The Wall Must Fall.
Following the ruling of the International Court of Justice in the Hague that Israel's building of a wall on Palestinian land was illegal, activists from London and Brighton successfully blockaded the main Carmel-Agrexco depot in the UK. This prevented tens of thousands of pounds worth of agricultural produce from reaching its destination on British supermarket shelves.
Carmel is the main brand for Israeli agricultural exports and the company is 50 per cent owned by the Israeli state. It exports goods from settlements in the West Bank and Gaza in violation of the EU-Israel Association Agreement.
The action at the depot led to the arrest of seven activists who had d-locked themselves across the gates and prevented access to lorries. They have all been charged with aggravated trespass: the prevention of lawful activity. Their defence will challenge the legality of Carmel-Agrexco's trade in the UK and is hoped to act as a springboard for the whole boycott campaign.
We invite you and your organisations to join us on the opening day of the trial, Monday 5th September at 9am at Uxbridge Magistrates' Court, for a Palestinian breakfast in support of the defendants, in support of the boycott campaign and in solidarity with the Palestinian struggle to end the occupation.
September 02, 2005
Now there's a curious concept: a boycott Israel breakfast. But that's what's on offer here.