Another nation recognizes Palestine.

January 16, 2011

This month, the government of Chile announced its recognition of Palestine as “a free, independent and sovereign state.”

Five other Latin American governments did so last month — Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Ecuador.

Will you thank the Chilean government for supporting freedom?  Click here.

More and more nations are calling for justice in Palestine.  They need to know that they have international public support.

Please email the Chilean government today — lets keep the momentum going.

Your email will go to Chile’s embassy in Washington DC.   A copy will also be sent to Freedom Forward.

Last month, five nations officially recognized Palestine. Let’s thank them.

December 30, 2010

In the last month, five different Latin American governments have officially recognized Palestine as a country — Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Ecuador.

Brazil has even marked off land for a new Palestinian Embassy.

Will you thank them for supporting peace? Click here.

These countries have taken action because the Israeli government continues to build Jewish settlements on what is left of Palestinian land.  Meanwhile, our own US Congress forces US taxpayers to subsidize Israel’s anti-peace behavior.

That’s why this new international development is so important.   If more countries recognize Palestine, the United Nations could ultimately seat Palestine as a member of the UN General Assembly.  Not only that, but Israel would face even greater international pressure to end its control of Palestinian life.

Please click here to send an email thanking these nations’ ambassadors for supporting peace.

Your email will go to the Washington DC embassies for Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay, and Ecuador.  A copy will also be sent to Freedom Forward.

BBC Photos: “Gaza’s new mud homes”

May 27, 2009


From BBC:  “Gazans have begun building with mud.  Under Israel’s blockade, building materials cannot enter the Strip, leaving the owners of several thousand homes destroyed in the recent conflict unable to rebuild.”