One Secular Democratic State

Invitation for debate, Paris, 28/Nov/2019

The OSDS-Palestine group invites you to an evening of debate on the issue of the Unique State The Palestinian political scene has for many years (after the end of the disillusionment of the so-called “peace process” and after the resounding collapse of the “two-state solution”) witnessed the emergence of several initiatives to the crisis of the Palestinian national movement, caused mainly by the Oslo Accords. These initiatives are unified around the idea of ​​a necessary Read more…

Statement of the Group OSDS regarding the events in Gaza, 20/3/2019

Statement of the Group for One Secular Democratic State OSDS regarding the events in Gaza The Group for One Secular Democratic State OSDS of Palestine is deeply worried about the deterioration of the situation in the Gaza area, which is the direct result of the inhuman and prolonged siege by Israel, and the merciless oppression resulting from this violent incarceration of millions Palestinians. Also we condemns the campaigns of brutal arrests and repression, the raiding Read more…

Convergence/divergence: OSDS vis-à-vis ODSC political program, 15/12/2018

The OSDS group shares with the different groups, associations and organizations the general principles of the political proposal of a single state in historic Palestine, but differences of approach persist between the components of this movement and this is the case with ” The Campaign for a Unique Democratic State in Palestine “One Democratic State Campaign (ODSC) Here are the main divergent lines: Constitutional Democracy or Binational State! The first article of the political program Read more…

OSDS Statement: Jewish Nationality Law, 20/07/2018

The Zionist Knesset approved “the law of Jewish Nationality” which recognizes that “the land of Israel is the historical land of the Jewish people, in which the State of Israel has been established as the nation-state of Jewish people, the place where they exercise their natural, cultural and religious right to self-determination. The text of the law states that “the practice of self-determination in the State of Israel is exclusively reserved for the Jewish people Read more…