Ceasefire in Gaza Now!

UPDATED ACTION:  May 28, 2024

On May 26, Israel killed at least 45 Palestinians, reportedly mostly women and children, and injured over 250 people in a tent camp in a designated “safe zone” for refugees in Rafah. 

Just 48 hours before this atrocity, the highest United Nations Court — the International Court of Justice (ICJ) — ordered Israel to stop its military offensive in Rafah immediately.1

Instead of abiding by international law and the ICJ, Israel bombed a “humanitarian safe zone” in Rafah’s Tal al-Sultan neighborhood.

TELL YOUR MEMBER OF CONGRESS: Condemn Israel’s Rafah assault and invasion, urge Biden to facilitate an immediate and lasting ceasefire, and end U.S. military assistance to Israel.

Since October, over 40,000 people, including more than 14,000 children, have been brutally killed by Israel.²  We need an immediate and permanent ceasefire and an end to the restrictions on vital aid to people in Gaza.

Our eyes are fixed on Gaza as the Israeli military has now launched an offensive on Rafah, where nearly 1.5 million Palestinians were sheltering. More than 900,000 people have fled Rafah since May 6.

The people of Gaza urgently need a permanent ceasefire. 
Tell Congress: We demand a permanent ceasefire now!



1.“Isolated Israel argues U.N. court ruling leaves door open to Rafah offensive,” NBC News, May 27, 2024.

2. Euro-Med Monitor, Euro-Med Monitor, March 14, 2024.