Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني

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Welcome to the IPSC Online Store. Here you can purchase gift items for yourself, your friends or family that will help support the work of the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign.

You can now order items with PAYPAL using just your credit or debit card.

If you don’t want to pay online, to purchase any of the items please print out the Order Form and return it with a cheque/postal order/bank draft to the following address: IPSC, 35 North Lotts, D01 A3E0, Dublin 1, Ireland. Cheques should be made payable to made payable to ‘Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign’.

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Please note that all prices are in Euro (€) and include the cost of Postage and Packaging, and all money goes to fund the activities of the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign – a non-profit organisation that campaigns for the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people as enshrined in international law.

Palestinian Flag

These quality Palestinian flags are 5ft x 3ft in size. Ideal for bringing along to demonstrations, or just hanging on your wall.

 

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Palestinian Football Jersey (Classic)

The IPSC is proud to be the only Irish distributor of the famous and much sought after Palestinian football jerseys. Please see below for asizes – all sizes are mens’ sizes.

Small – Chest 38in (96mm) x Length 28in (71mm)
Medium – Chest 40in (101mm) x Length 29in (73mm) OUT OF STOCK SORRY
Large – Chest 42in (106mm) x Length 30in (76mm) OUT OF STOCK SORRY
X-Large – Chest 46in (116mm) x Length 31in (79mm)

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Palestinian Keffiyeh Scarves

Traditionally worn by Palestinian peasants, the keffiyeh became a symbol of Palestinian nationalism during the Arab Revolt of the 1930s. Its prominence increased in the 1960s with the beginning of the Palestinian resistance movement, and in the late 1980s it became a potent symbol of resistance during the First Intifada.

These keffiyehs were made in the last keffiyeh factory in Palestine, the Hirbawi Textile Factory, located in Hebron (Al-Khalil), and are available in both black and white and red and white patterns.

Watch an Al Jazeera documentary about the the Hirbawi factory by clicking here.

 

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IPSC Christmas Cards - The Wall

Imagine the bewilderment of the three wise men if they tried to bring their gifts to Bethlehem today. Their path would be blocked by Israel’s Apartheid Wall and it’s doubtful if they would be allowed through the checkpoints.

The full colour image was painted by Irish artist Colm Mac Athlaoich. Inside the card, on the bottom left it says: “The image portrays the three wise men obstructed on their journey by the ‘apartheid’ wall being built by Israel on Palestinian land. This illegal structure acts as a prison wall, blocking the aspiration of all Palestinians to freedom and self-determination.”

On the right is a simple greeting in Irish and English: Nollaig Shona / Happy Christmas. Each pack contains ten cards.

The cards are A6 size, printed on high-quality card, with envelopes included.

Sending this card will let your friends and family know what’s happening in Palestine, reminding them how Israel’s Apartheid Wall is strangling Bethlehem – the spiritual home
of Christmas.

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Palestinian Neck Scarves

These beautiful neck scarves sporting the Palestinian colours along with a traditional Palestinian keffiyeh pattern were made in a Palestinian refugee camp in Jordan.

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Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Pin Badge (Crossed Flags)

Always wear your Irish solidarity with Palestine with pride by sporting this beautiful enamel pin badge. Size 25mm x 12mm.

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CD: 'Lost Youth - Songs of Solidarity'

Gráinne Holland – Barry Kerr – Cormac Breatnach – Pól Mac Adaim – David Rovics – Lowkey – DAM – Arramazka (feat. Rim Banna) – Mickey Coleman – Declan McLaughlin – Kila – Damien Dempsey

‘Lost Youth – Songs of Solidarity’ was originally a benefit CD for a young Palestinian theatre performer imprisoned by Israel in 2005. Proceeds from the CD now go to the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign to help fund our work.

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Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Pin Badge (Round Flags)

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Always wear your Irish solidarity with Palestine with pride by sporting this beautiful enamel Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign pin badge. Size 25mm x 25mm.

Stock Status: OUT OF STOCK, and won’t be back before Christmas 2018, sorry.

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Palestine Bead Bracelets

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Wear your solidarity with the Palestinian people on your sleeve with these beautiful elasticated bead bracelets in the colours of the Palestinian flag.

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Book: 'Image and Reality of the Israel-Palestine Conflict' by Norman Finkelstein

ngfimageA fully updated second edition of Image and Reality of the Israel-Palestine Conflict (Verso), by Norman G. Finkelstein. First published in 1995, this acclaimed study challenges generally accepted truths of the Israel-Palestine conflict as well as much of the revisionist literature. This new edition critically reexamines dominant popular and scholarly images in the light of the current failures of the peace process.

Published 2003

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  • “…the most revealing study of the historical background of the conflict and the current peace agreement. ”
  • “Norman Finkelstein is one of the most radical and hard-hitting critics of the official Zionist version of the Arab-Israeli conflict and of the historians who support this version. … The book makes a major contribution to the study of the Arab-Israeli conflict which deserves to be widely read, especially in the United States. ”
  • “Anyone interested in seeing justice brought to the Middle East must read this book. ”
  • “…this thoroughly documented book is guaranteed to stimulate and provoke. It will be required reading in the continuing war of the historians. ”
  • “…a thought-provoking work which calls into question many of the accepted ‘truths’ associated with the Israel-Palestine conflict. ”

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BOOK: 'The Battle for Justice in Palestine' by Ali Abunimah (Signed)

Ali Abunimah provides an effective strategy for advancing the struggle for a just, single-state solution in Palestine.

Note: These copies were signed by the author in May 2018

In this essential work published by Haymarket, journalist Ali Abunimah takes a comprehensive look at the shifting tides of the politics of Palestine and the Israelis in a neoliberal world, and makes a compelling and surprising case for why the Palestine solidarity movement just might win.

Published 2014

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“Every community that stands fast, loving its people and its land, its customs and its ways, will be seen, eventually, as worthy of saving. This is because it is our own humanity we are learning from, our own value. There will also arise a special voice to champion us, one that is brave, trustworthy and true. In The Battle for Justice in Palestine it is the voice of Ali Abunimah, fierce, wise – a warrior for justice and peace – someone whose large heart, one senses, beyond his calm, is constantly on fire. A pragmatist but also a poet. This is the book to read to understand the present bizarre and ongoing complexity of the Palestine/Israel tragedy. And though it is filled with the grim reality of this long and deadly, ugly and dehumanizing, conflict, it also offers hope: that as more people awaken to the shocking reality of what has for decades been going on, we can bring understanding and restitution to the Palestinian people. Their struggle to exist in dignity and peace in their own homeland – and this may be the biggest surprise of Abunimah’s book – is mirrored in the struggles for survival and autonomy of more than a few of us.”
Alice Walker

“This is the best book on Palestine in the last decade. No existing book presents the staggering details and sophistication of analysis that Abunimah’s book offers. Abunimah’s scope includes an analysis of the politics, economics, environmental policies, identity politics, international relations, academic scholarship and activism, global solidarity, and official and unofficial lobbies that have come to bear on Palestine and the Palestinians. The Battle for Justice in Palestine is the most comprehensive treatment of Palestinian suffering under Israeli control and offers the only possible way to end it. It is a must read for anyone seeking to understand the current situation of the Palestinians and Israel.”
Joseph Massad, Columbia University

“With incisive style and scrupulous attention to documentation and detail, Ali Abunimah’s new book offers a complex portrait, from every angle, of the Palestinian struggle for justice today.”
Rebecca Vilkomerson, Executive Director, Jewish Voice for Peace

“A crucially needed dose of educated hope. This is what hits me from this fascinating amalgam of incisive journalism, analytic prose and intellectually compelling vision that emanates from many years of brilliant activism. Sailing effortlessly from the domestic to the global, from Johannesburg to Belfast and from Chicago to Tel Aviv, Ali Abunimah paints a lucid, accessible picture out of a complex web of racism, racialized oppression, and creative resistance. Abunimah does not give us hope; he helps us dig for it within us by meticulously laying out before us the facts, the trends, the challenges and the inspiring resistance to them.”
Omar Barghouti, Palestinian human rights activist, co-founder of the BDS movement, author of Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions: The Global Struggle for Palestinian Rights

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Book: 'War Against the People Israel, the Palestinians and Global Pacification' by Jeff Halper

warpplModern warfare has a new form. The days of international combat are fading. So how do major world powers maintain control over their people today?

War Against the People (Pluto, 2015) is a disturbing insight into the new ways world powers such as the US, Israel, Britain and China forge war today. It is a subliminal war of surveillance and whitewashed terror, conducted through new, high-tech military apparatuses, designed and first used in Israel against the Palestinian population. Including hidden camera systems, sophisticated sensors, information databases on civilian activity, automated targeting systems and, in some cases, unmanned drones, it is used to control the very people the nation’s leaders profess to serve.

Drawing from years of research, as well as investigations and interviews conducted at international arms fairs, Jeff Halper reveals that this practice is much more insidious than was previously thought. As Western governments tighten the grip on their use of private information and claw back individual liberties, War Against the People is a timely reminder that fundamental human rights are being compromised for vast sections of the world, and that this is a subject that should concern everyone.

Published 2015

About The Author

Jeff Halper is the head of the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD). He is the author of Between Redemption and Revival: The Jewish Yishuv in Jerusalem in the Nineteenth Century (Westview, 1991), An Israeli in Palestine (Pluto, 2008) and Obstacles to Peace (ICAHD, Fifth Edition, 2013).

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Book: 'The 51 Day War: Ruin and Resistance in Gaza' by Max Blumenthal

51daywBest-selling author Max Blumenthal reports on Israel’s brutal assault on Gaza in July 2014 in The 51 Day War (Verso, 2015).

Beginning July 8, 2014, Israel launched air strikes and a ground invasion of Gaza that lasted fifty-one days, leaving over 2,000 people dead, the vast majority of whom were civilians. During the assault, at least 10,000 homes were destroyed and, according to the United Nations, nearly 300,000 Palestinians were displaced.

Max Blumenthal was on the ground during what he argues was an entirely avoidable catastrophe. In this explosive work of reportage, Blumenthal reveals the harrowing conditions and cynical deceptions that led to the ruinous war. Here, for the first time, Blumenthal unearths and presents shocking evidence of atrocities he gathered in the rubble of Gaza.

Published 2015

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  • “Max Blumenthal’s new book about this Israeli attack [is] so compelling, so necessary … It humanizes this event like nothing else I’ve read … The book is filled with very well-documented history, facts and statistics relevant to what the Israeli military calls Operation Protective Edge. And all of those are both interesting and important.”
  • “This will be the definitive history of the Israeli war of 2014 against Gaza. Blumenthal has once again demonstrated his devotion to truth and justice.”
  • “Max Blumenthal audaciously takes in-your-face, on-the-ground journalism into the realm of geopolitics.”
  • “To really understand what happened, read Max Blumenthal’s The 51 Day War: Ruin and Resistance in Gaza. His concision and clarity are established in the introduction”
  • “Max Blumenthal has spent the last decade transforming himself into one of the most vital voices in journalism today, always speaking truth to power with fearlessness and integrity. As with his previous books, The 51 Day War is sure to be talked about for years to come.”

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Book: 'The Political Economy of Israel's Occupation: Repression Beyond Exploitation' by Shir Hever

The Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories since 1967 has many important economic aspects that are often overlooked. In this highly original book, Israeli political economist Shir Hever shows that understanding the economic dimensions of the occupation is crucial to unravelling the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Hever rejects the premise that Israel keeps control over Palestinian territories for material gain, and also the premise that Israel is merely defending itself from Palestinian aggression. Instead, he argues that the occupation has reached an impasse, with the Palestinian resistance making exploitation of the Palestinians by Israeli business interests difficult, but the Israeli authorities reluctant to give up control.

With traditional economic analysis failing to explain this turn of events, this book will be invaluable for students, activists and journalists struggling to make sense of the complex issues surrounding Israel’s occupation.

Published 2010

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‘Shir Hever has emerged as one of the most incisive analysts of the critical Israeli Left’ – Jeff Halper, Director, The Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD)

About the Author:

Dr. Shir Hever is an independent economic researcher and journalist. He writes articles and research for various outlets and lectures in political and academic venues. He also reports for the Real News Network. Dr. Hever’s research interests include the economic aspects of the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territory, international aid to the Palestinians and to Israel, the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) campaigns against Israel, and the Israeli arms trade and security sector.

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Book: 'The Privatisation of Israeli Security' by Shir Hever

From 1994-2014, Israel’s security service transformed and became one of the most extreme examples of privatized security in the world.

The Privatisation of Israeli Security provides a comprehensive overview of this period and the socioeconomic conditions that enabled it. Shir Hever considers the impact of the ongoing crisis of Palestinian resistance to Israeli occupation, the influence of US military aid, and the effect of neoliberalism on state apparatus in order to make sense of this dramatic change in security policy. Through his revealing study, Hever shows how the structural violence of the neoliberal economy is self-perpetuating, providing a fresh perspective on the Israeli occupation for students, activists, and journalists alike.

Published 2018

Reviews:

‘Shir Hever has emerged as one of the most incisive analysts of the critical Israeli Left’ – Jeff Halper, Director, The Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD)

About the Author:

Dr. Shir Hever is an independent economic researcher and journalist. He writes articles and research for various outlets and lectures in political and academic venues. He also reports for the Real News Network. Dr. Hever’s research interests include the economic aspects of the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territory, international aid to the Palestinians and to Israel, the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) campaigns against Israel, and the Israeli arms trade and security sector.

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Books: 'A Child in Palestine: The Cartoons of Naji al-Ali'

The first collection by the leading Palestinian political cartoonist, introduced by Joe Sacco, the author of the groundbreaking graphic novel Palestine.

Naji al-Ali grew up in the Palestinian refugee camp of Ain al-Hilweh in the south Lebanese city of Sidon, where his gift for drawing was discovered by the Palestinian poet Ghassan Kanafani in the late 1950s. Early the following decade he left for Kuwait, embarking on a thirty-year career that would see his cartoons published daily in newspapers from Cairo to Beirut, London to Paris.

Resolutely independent and unaligned to any political party, Naji al-Ali strove to speak to and for the ordinary Arab people; the pointed satire of his stark, symbolic cartoons brought him widespread renown. Through his most celebrated creation, the witness-child Handala, al-Ali criticized the brutality of Israeli occupation, the venality and corruption of the regimes in the region, and the suffering of the Palestinian people, earning him many powerful enemies and the soubriquet “the Palestinian Malcolm X.”

For the first time in book form, A Child in Palestine presents the work of one of the Arab world’s greatest cartoonists, revered throughout the region for his outspokenness, honesty and humanity.

Published 2009

“That was when the character Handala was born. The young, barefoot Handala was a symbol of my childhood. He was the age I was when I had left Palestine and, in a sense, I am still that age today and I feel that I can recall and sense every bush, every stone, every house and every tree I passed when I was a child in Palestine. The character of Handala was a sort of icon that protected my soul from falling whenever I felt sluggish or I was ignoring my duty. That child was like a splash of fresh water on my forehead, bringing me to attention and keeping me from error and loss. He was the arrow of the compass, pointing steadily towards Palestine. Not just Palestine in geographical terms, but Palestine in its humanitarian sense—the symbol of a just cause, whether it is located in Egypt, Vietnam or South Africa.”Naji al-Ali, in conversation with Radwa Ashour

This is a ground-breaking book. For the first time, Western readers are beckoned into Palestinian lives by the graphic warmth, inspiration and horror of the cartoonist Naji al-Ali, whose iconic Hanthala is our witness and conscience, imploring, rightly, that we never forget. – John Pilger

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Commemorative Magazine: 'Gernika 80 - Then and Now: 80 Years of Basque-Irish anti fascist struggles'

The 80th anniversary of the fascist bombing of the Basque town of Gernika, immortalised in the painting by Pablo Picasso, was marked in Dublin in April 2017 during a series of events in Dublin organised by the Gernika 80 Committee. The IPSC was one of the sponsors of the events, which included the publication of a special commemorative magazine entitled “Gernika 80 – Then and Now: 80 Years of Basque-Irish anti fascist struggles”.

We are offering a limited number of these collectors’ magazines for sale. The 40-page  commemorative magazine includes articles on the history of the bombing and of its legacy, the story of Basque refugees, in particular the Gallastegi family from Bilbao who settled in Ireland after the bombing. It also covers politics in Ireland of the 1930s and the fight against fascism here, as well as the visit of Basque priest Ramon Laborda in 1937 to tell the Irish people of the suffering of the Basques and to counter pro fascist propaganda.

There is the untold story of Jack Prendergast — the only known Irish person to fight with the Basque Army against Franco’s fascists and an article on the murky underworld of the Catholic far right in Ireland. The magazine also features an interview with Basque trade union activist and feminist Marian Verde who tells her experiences of the dark days of the Franco dictatorship and of repression in the post Franco era. Finally, there are short pieces on Pablo Picasso’s Guernica, the Astra Centre, the Tree of Gernika, and art and Gernika.

Published 2017

You can read more about the Gernika 80 project here.

 

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