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Display content from one page on another page

You may want your homepage to include snippets of content from another page, such as your latest 3 blog posts. To do this, click Website > Theme > New File and name the file _blog_latest.html, and click Create and edit file. Next, copy and paste the following contents into the file and click Save and Publish.  Here, we used _tw_blog_latest.html

The examples below are executed via the liquid function: subpage in the template of this page.  The two subpage lines each bring in three lines from a blog, as defined in two files that were created in the Template -> Files .  The first file is: _tw_blog_latest.html and the second is _tw_blog_latest_example2.html

CJPME Factsheet 237, created August 2023: This factsheet introduces the right-wing extremist coalition parties of the Israeli government. It outlines their domestic policies, particularly the LGBTQ community in Israel and Palestinians in the Occupied Territories. The factsheet also explores their ideology on the issue of Palestinian self-determination and how Canada...

Palestinians and the Right to Resist Factsheet Series No. 236, created: August 2023, Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East   View factsheet in PDF format CJPME Factsheet 236, published August, 2023 provides arguments for Palestinians' “right to resist” according to international law. This factsheet gives an in-depth...

CJPME Factsheet No. 235, published May 2023: This factsheet outlines the Palestinian “Nakba,” or catastrophe, referring to the ongoing ethnic cleansing of Palestine that started with the creation of Israel. It looks at the factors leading up to the Nakba, its ongoing consequences, and how it is commemorated today.

Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement bolsters Israel’s West Bank annexation attempts: CJPME report

Montreal, September 27, 2023 — A new report by Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East (CJPME) warns that Canada’s trade policy with Israel operates as if Israel had already annexed the occupied Palestinian territories (OPT), bolstering Israel’s attempts to annex the territory. Titled “Annexing Palestine Through Trade,” the report shows that through the Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement (CIFTA), Canada has been treating all trade with the OPT as if it were “Israeli,” thus violating international law and rewarding Israel’s illegal settlement activity. CJPME’s report demonstrates that CIFTA’s benefits to Palestinians are grossly outweighed by its harms, and urges that the trade deal be suspended until Israel complies with international law. ...Read more >

Survey: Canadians view Israel as apartheid, not a vibrant democracy

Montreal, September 6, 2023 — “Apartheid” is the most popular choice for how Canadians say that they view Israel, according to a new survey of Canadian public opinion conducted by EKOS Research Associates and sponsored by Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East (CJPME). Similarly, the survey found that only a small minority of Canadians view Israel as a “vibrant democracy.” CJPME believes that these findings pose a disturbing challenge to Canada’s warm relationship with Israel, which is premised on the claim that Canada and Israel share “democratic values.” ...Read more >

Canada’s Request for ICJ to Drop Advisory Opinion on Israeli Annexation is Outrageous: CJPME

Montreal, August 15, 2023 — Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East (CJPME) is alarmed to learn that the Canadian government has asked the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to drop an advisory opinion on the illegality of Israel’s occupation and annexation. Last December, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) voted 87-26 to request that the ICJ render an advisory opinion on the legal consequences of Israel’s “prolonged occupation, settlement and annexation” of Palestinian territory, with Canada voting in the minority against the resolution. In a letter dated July 14, 2023, which was obtained by CJPME, Canada has now formally asked the ICJ to “decline the request” from the UNGA. ...Read more >