Call for solidarity with Palestine against occupation, assassination and apartheid

On 29th of November every year, the supporters of freedom worldwide commemorate the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People. This date, which was approved by the United Nations in 1977, coincides with the issuance of the unjust Resolution No. 181 of November 29, 1947, to divide Palestine between its people and its colonizers. 

Therefore, this date has turned into a global day in which the opponents of colonialism, imperialism and Zionism stand to support the Palestinian people in their just and legitimate struggle for the liberation of their land, the return of their displaced people in diaspora and exile, and the building of their independent, democratic and secular state. 

This year’s anniversary coincides with the escalation of attacks against the Palestinian people, crimes, assassinations, settlement expansion, house demolitions and land confiscation in order to change the demographic nature of Jerusalem and the West Bank. Besides, the Gaza strip has been subjected to repeated military attacks by land, sea and air, while the Palestinians in the occupied territories are subjected to the worst types of racism, violations and harm to national identity and basic rights. 

The apartheid state of Israel constitutes part of the Western imperialist system led by the United States of America and is its military base. Its aggression against the Palestinian people is a part of an ongoing imperialist agenda targeting the peoples of the Middle East, Africa and all anti-imperialist voices.

The undersigned parties and organizations that consider the Palestinian cause a cause of national liberation, a cause of a people struggling for their inalienable rights to independence, liberation and return to their land:

1. Affirm our solidarity with the struggles of the Palestinian people and their legitimate resistance against the racist occupation state.

2. Condemn the crimes and attacks committed by the occupying state against the defenseless people and its national resistance, its youth, women and elders throughout the occupied homeland, and the continuation of the detention of thousands of prisoners, including the victims of administrative detention, the confiscation of lands and homes, the Judaization of the neighborhoods of Jerusalem and the cities of the West Bank, and the continuation of the occupation of the Syrian Golan and the Lebanese Shebaa Farms.

3. Condemn political, economic, and cultural normalization with the occupying state and all security and military agreements that target the struggles of peoples and all voices calling for liberation and emancipation from colonialism, tyranny and dependency.

4. Call upon on the popular movement and all free peoples of the world to further support the Palestinian cause, to oppose all forms of normalization with the occupying state, and to activate all forms of active boycott, as happened decades ago with the apartheid regime in South Africa, whose people won through their stubborn struggle and with the solidarity of all the peoples and free people of the world with it.

 Viva Palestine!

Down with the occupation!

Glory to the Resistance!

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Signing Parties and Organizations:

  1. Abahlali baseMjondolo (AbM), South Africa
  2. ATE Capital, Argentina
  3. BDS Chile, Chile
  4. bds santiago, Chile
  5. Bread and Freedom Party (under establishment), Egypt
  6. Candidatura d’Unitat Popular (CUP), Spain
  7. Central de Trabajadores de Cuba , Cuba
  8. Central de Trabajadores de la Argentina Autónoma, Argentina
  9. Centro de Documentación en Derechos Humanos “Segundo Montes Mozo S.J.” (CSMM), Ecuador
  10. Collective of Sahrawi Human Rights Defenders (CODESA), Western Sahara
  11. Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Socialist), Nepal
  13. Coordinación Política y Social Marcha Patriótica, Colombia
  14. Cتجمع المدافعين الصحراويين عن حقوق الإنسان بالصحراء الغربيك, Western Sahara
  15. Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, Palestine
  16. Democratic People’s Unity Party, Jordan
  17. Derek, United States
  18. El Partido Comunista Obrero Ruso (bolcheviques), Russian Federation
  19. Federación Rural para la Producción y el Arraigo, Argentina
  21. GOGARA, Spain
  22. Intifada Antifascista del club deportivo Palestino de chile , Chile
  23. Jordanian Communist Party, Jordan
  24. Jordanian People’s Democratic Party, Jordan
  25. Lebanese Communist Party, Lebanon
  26. Los Ronderos de las Redes, United States
  27. Movimento Brasil Popular (MPB), Brazil
  28. Movimiento Popular Nuestramérica, Argentina
  29. Movimiento Solidaridad, Chile
  30. National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA), South Africa
  31. Organizaciones Libres del Pueblo-Resistir y Luchar, Argentina
  32., Chile
  33. Palestinian People’s Party, Palestine
  34. Palestinian Youth Movement, United States
  35. Parti Communiste Revolutionnaire de Côte d’Ivoire (PCRCI), Ivory Coast (Cote d’Ivoire)
  36. Party for Socialism and Liberation, United States
  37. PCRCI, Ivory Coast (Cote d’Ivoire)
  39. Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, Palestine
  40. Potere al Popolo!, Italy
  41. PSL, United States
  42. Qutb Party, Tunisia
  43. Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network, Palestine
  44. Socialist Party, Tunisia
  45. Socialist Popular Alliance Party, Egypt
  46. Sudanese Communist Party, Sudan
  47. The People’s Forum, United States
  48. The Socialist Workers Movement of Kenya, Kenya
  49. Unión arabe por palestinas , Chile
  50. Unión General de Estudiantes Palestinas/os (UGEP) ; BDS Santiago, Chile
  51. Union of Cypriots, Cyprus
  52. United Democratic Patriots Party, Tunisia
  53. We Can Movement, Mauritania
  54. Workers Democratic Way, Morocco
  55. Workers Party, Tunisia
  56. Workers Party of Bangladesh, Bangladesh
  57. حزب العمال , Tunisia
  58. حزب العمال التونسي, Tunisia
  59. مبادرة بي دي آس المغرب , Morocco


  1. Anam El-Jabali, Palestinian American Council, United States
  2. Angelica Zavala, United States
  3. Anna Āboltiņa, no, Latvia
  4. Anson Foster, Party for Socialism and Liberation, United States
  5. Ashraf Mtaweh, Lebanon
  6. Bobbi Siegelbaum, JVP, United States
  7. Caio Piccarelli, Brazil
  8. Caroline Clarke, civil society, Australia
  9. daiana kitl, Argentina
  10. Dylan Trenholm Konik, United States
  11. Ehab Idris Ali , الحزب الشيوعي السوداني , South Sudan
  12. elizabeth martin, No, United States
  13. Eric Patel, United States
  14. Faizan Haider, Pakistan
  15. Gloria Eadeh, United States
  16. Henry Cooley , United States
  17. James Long, Socialist communist, United States
  18. Javier Molina Figueroa , Partido comunista de chile, Chile
  19. Javiera Manzi Araneda, Chile
  20. Jay Boyd, Students for Socialism at UGA, Students for Justice in Palestine at UGA, United States
  21. Joe Robinson, United States
  22. Kameron Hurt, International People’s Assembly, United States
  23. Lorenz Glaser, Progressive International , United States
  24. luca gallo, Italy
  25. Mahmoud Rashidi, Secretary General of the frozen Algerian Socialist Workers Party, Algeria
  26. Maria Cleuza Alves de Sousa borges , No, Brazil
  27. Maria Sazanova, La jefa del Departamento Internacional del PCOR(b)., Russian Federation
  28. Melanie Evans, United States
  29. Naqvi Naweedah, None, United Kingdom
  30. Rene Alvarez, No., Mexico
  31. Rosa Bartiromo , potere al popolo , Italy
  32. Vijayeendra N Kumara, India
  33. Vivek Venkatraman, Party for Socialism and Liberation, United States
  34. XOSÉ LUÍS RIVERA JÁCOME, Si. Responsable de Relaciones Internacionales de CIG, Galiza, Spain
  35. بوجمعة الدنداني , Tunisia
  36. جيهان بالقاسمي/ Jihene Belgasmi , Tunisia
  37. رياضي نورالدين, النهج الديمقراطي العمالي, Morocco
  38. 胡星宇, China