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Profiteurs de guerre

Publications récentes sur les profiteurs de guerre

29 août 2014
Anglais

Press Statement by the spokesperson of the campaign Action outcry - Stop the arms trade!

29 août 2014
Anglais

By Angela Cuenca Sempértegui

28 août 2014
Anglais

By Sunniva Taylor

28 août 2014
Anglais

By Xavier León Vega

27 août 2014
Anglais

Elbit Systems is one of the world's largest defence electronics manufacturers and integrators. Established in 1967, and based in Haifa, Israel, Elbit employs 11,000 people worldwide. It supplies the military, navy and air force in the occupation of Palestine, and has profited greatly from Israel's numerous attacks and assaults on the Palestinian and Lebanese people.

27 août 2014
Anglais

For the next four years the First World War may be used to promote militarism. But to use the war to promote military spending and justify conflict is a miserable legacy for those who died. CAAT is challenging this militarism, which helps to sustain the arms trade now, by exposing the profiteering of the arms trade during the First World War, and the opposition to it that followed.

27 août 2014
Anglais

By Wendela de Vries

“Secure societies – Protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens.”

27 août 2014
Anglais

Gaza protest in Cape TownGaza protest in Cape Town

War Profiteers' News, August 2014

By Omar Barghouti

Just as we said during apartheid that it was inappropriate for international artists to perform in South Africa in a society founded on discriminatory laws and racial exclusivity, so it would be wrong for Cape Town Opera to perform in Israel.”

Desmond Tutu

Back in the 1980s, while studying engineering at Columbia University in New York, I was active in the divestment campaign against South African apartheid. When a fellow student cynically asked me, “Do you really think apartheid will end in your lifetime?”, my answer was, “No, I don’t. I am doing this as a moral obligation to stand with the oppressed anywhere.” But apartheid was abolished in my lifetime, and no one can take the inspiring power of that achievement away from me or from anyone around the world who contributed, no matter how modestly, to that universal struggle.

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