On Sunday, November 29, 2020, All India Peace and solidarity Organisation (AIPSO) is organising an international webinar on Palestine. The speakers are WPC Executive Secretary Iraklis Tsavdaridis and Chairman of the Palestine Committee on Peace and Solidarity, Dr. Aqel Taqaz.
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The U.S. President Donald Trump, ever known for his uncouth behaviour and uninformed utterances, is openly threatening India to comply with its dictates or face retaliation. This tyrannical attitude is simply not tolerable. All India Peace and Solidarity Organision condemns in strongest words President Trump's unacceptable, public threat. This is not the way a nation deals with another sovereign nation, much less when the entire world is engulfed in an unprecedented crisis.
The All India Peace and Solidarity Organisation (AIPSO) condemns Indian government’s decision to vote with Israel in the United Nations Economic and Social Council (Ecosoc) to prevent a Palestinian human rights organisation called Shahed, from getting observer status in UN institutions. This is the first time India has voted with Israel on a resolution at the UN that is being perceived as pro-Israel.
The AIPSO notes with concern the current situation in Venezuela resulting from renewed interference of the United States in the internal affairs of this sovereign country with the expressed aim of overthrowing the legitimately elected President, Nicolas Maduro.
All India Peace & Solidarity Organisation condemns in unequivocal terms the latest Israeli assault on the Palestinian people on May 14, 2018 that killed at least 58 people and injured about 2,700, many of them in their teens. It is a matter of grave concern that Israeli forces opened fire without any provocation on peaceful demonstrators when they had gathered near the so-called Gaza border, to commemorate the anniversary of Nakba.
The All India Peace and Solidarity Organisation (AIPSO) strongly condemns the air strike against Syria by joint forces of USA, UK and France on 14th April on the pretext of the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian Army in the East Ghouta, the east of the capital Damascus which was under terrorist control still some days before.
The All India Peace and Solidarity Organisation has issued the following statement strongly disapproving Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Israel:
Political declaration adopted at the national conference of All India Peace and Solidarity Organisation (AIPSO) which was held at Kerala on 20-21 January 2017:
The All India Peace & Solidarity Organisation expresses serious concern over the sharply deteriorating conditions in Iraq, which is under threat from the brutal and sectarian ISIS forces. After capturing big cities such as Mosul in the North and the border areas between Iraq, Syria and Jordan, these forces are now advancing towards the capital city of Baghdad.
The All India Peace and Solidarity Organisation strongly denounces the plans of the USA, France, UK, NATO and their allies in the Gulf region to attack Syria on the pretext of the alleged use of weapons of mass destruction by the Syrian government.