Charity watchdog pressed again to act against Israeli army fundraisers

IHRC has pressed the Charity Commission to take firm and immediate action against Zionist charities in England that are openly raising funds for the Israeli army, despite the Commission having stated that is is against the rules for registered charities. In a response to IHRC

Anti-Zionism tribunal decision makes workplaces safer spaces

The decision by an employment tribunal yesterday that anti-Zionist views are protected under equality law is a significant milestone for Palestinian liberation advocates operating in England and Wales. In deciding that the University of Bristol unlawfully sacked and discriminated against Prof. David Miller the law

IHRC demands Aldi withdraws unmarked Israeli dates

IHRC is demanding that the supermarket chain Aldi remove Israeli dates from its British stores that do not carry the country of origin on the packaging. In a strongly worded letter to Aldi today IHRC accuses the retailer of deliberately concealing the origin of its

Clarification regarding Palestinian dates sold by Sofra

We are aware of information circulating on social media platforms surrounding the status of Medjool dates sold under the Sofra brand name. Allegations that this is a front for an Israeli company are unfounded and should be ignored. We are currently carrying out a full


Regulator urged to act over Jewish charities supplying Israeli army

Over 20 civil society organisations and activists have written to the Charity Commission today asking the watchdog what action it has taken against two British registered charities that are supplying combat equipment to the Israeli army, in apparent contravention of Charity Commission regulations. The complaint

ICJ decision does not protect Palestinians from genocide

Today’s decision by the International Court of Justice that Israel has a right to wage war in Gaza but that it should take care to ensure it does not commit genocidal acts falls far short of what is required to rein in the apartheid regime.


IHRC files complaint re UK charity helping Israeli soldiers in Gaza

IHRC has submitted a formal complaint to the Charity Commission to complain about the activities of UK Toremet, a British registered charity that continues to facilitate the supply of materials to the Israeli army, in apparent contravention of Charity Commission regulations. UK Toremet serves as

Gaza to be focus of 2024 Genocide Memorial Day

The ongoing genocide in the Gaza Strip will form the focus of the 15th Genocide Memorial Day to be held later this month. The Israeli assault on Gaza, its people and infrastructure, which has so far led to the deaths of over 24,000 people, the