Citibank Gaza

Israel needs money and arms to carry out its genocide – Citi helps with both.

Since October 2023, Citi has supported Israel’s war machine by financing a $500 million bond to Israel and billions of dollars in bonds to war profiteers Lockheed Martin and Raytheon.

It’s time to cut ties with the financial institutions that are silent partners in Israel’s horrific violence against Palestinians.

It's time to cut up your Citi credit card and let Citi know why.

If you don't have a Citi credit card, please sign our petition, email, call, or tweet at Citi.

Citibank "boasts the largest presence of any foreign financial institution in Israel."1

During a time of apartheid and genocide – that's nothing to brag about.

Citibank is deeply invested in Israel’s infrastructure as the largest U.S. banking institution in the country, especially in its investment in Israel's tech sector (over 50% of which is tech surveillance).

Citibank has also actively facilitated billions in Israeli military weapon funding, helping to power the infrastructure that keeps apartheid running financially.2

Take action. Send a strong message to Citibank. Remind them that we have choices when it comes to banking. 


1. "Israel,” Citgroup.
2. '’Okay, but Never Again': How Israel Air Force Sealed $9 Billion U.S. Arms Deal,” Haaretz, Feb. 9, 2021.

This action is cosponsored by the Banking On Solidarity Coalition: US Campaign for Palestinian Rights, Haitian Bridge Alliance, Ekō, Undocublack, 18 Million Rising, Crescendo, and Freedom To Thrive as well as Jewish Voice for Peace, and Adalah Justice Project.