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Pas de drones d’origine israélienne pour l’armée de terre française !

SIGNEZ LA PETITION

Nous demandons au Ministre de la Défense de ne pas être complice des crimes commis par l’Etat d’Israël contre la population palestinienne. 361 more words

France

Monster in our midst

How Kent arms company protest happened – and the questions that remain

Protesters yesterday occupied and shut down an arms factory in Broadstairs linked to last year’s devastating massacre of Gazans and to the machinery of Israel’s apartheid system. 1,449 more words

Events

Charges against Israeli war crimes protesters dropped

MEMO | February 2, 2015

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has dropped charges against nine activists who occupied the roof of an Elbit Systems factory in Staffordshire during Israel’s assault on the Gaza Strip last year.

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Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism

Public bombards Barclays following Canterbury protest

Members of the Canterbury public have bombarded the chief executive of Barclays Bank with postcards urging him to disinvest from one of Israel’s major arms companies. 273 more words

Events

The Drone Index: Elbit Systems Hermes 900

With the Hermes 900, Israeli unmanned aircraft systems are now on par with the US. This isn’t really surprising, since it was Israeli engineer Abraham Karem who designed the iconic Predator-series for General Atomics. 448 more words

Asia

French company Thales would rent out Watchkeeper drone paid for by UK taxpayer

Back in July, 2014, Defense News reported that the giant French arms company Thales was trying to find markets for the imaging technology carried on the Watchkeeper drone. 157 more words

Israel

Elbit Systems Awarded Approximately $100 Million Contract to Purchase New Firefighting Aircraft and Operate Firefighting Squadron

Haifa, Israel, January 5, 2015 – Elbit Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ and TASE: ESLT) (“Elbit Systems”) announced today that it was awarded an approximately $100 million contract from the Israeli Ministry of Defense (IMOD) to procure six new firefighting aircraft and operate the firefighting squadron, which will consist of a total of fourteen aircraft, including eight aircraft previously procured by Elbit Systems. 744 more words

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