HSBC: Stop Arming Israel

Israel uses military force to maintain its oppression of Palestinians. It targets people with tear gas grenades, rubber-coated bullets and live ammunition, and carries out mass arrests, house demolitions and extrajudicial executions.

HSBC is a major shareholder in companies selling weapons and military technology to Israel and also provides those companies with the loans they need to operate.

Take action! Email the head of HSBC, and tell him to end HSBC complicity in Israel's crimes against the Palestinian people.

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