On Thursday 27 February, activists responding to a call "For Two States and Equal Rights" protested near the Israeli Embassy in London against the Trump Plan and the threats by Israeli political leaders to annex large areas of the 80%-Palestinian West Bank.
The planned annexations would reduce the residual autonomy of the Palestinian cities, towns, and villages to that of disjointed patches of land surrounded by and completely dominated by areas claimed permanently for Israel.
We thought it urgent to get onto the streets before Israel's elections on 2 March, because annexation is likely to follow very fast after the election results are in.
As we go to press, Israel's long-standing right-wing prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has made slight gains, but with his established allies is still short of a majority. However, his main opponent, Benny Gantz of Blue and White, has already endorsed annexation of the Jordan Valley.
The turnout by Arab voters was markedly up, and the mostly-Arab Joint List came in as the third largest party. Palestinians living in Israel, and democratically-minded Israeli Jews, will continue fighting for two states and equal rights.
The Jewish-Arab movement Standing Together commented: "There are no shortcuts. What is needed after the elections is the hard work of building a grassroots movement from the bottom up. A Jewish-Arab people's movement that will transform Israel and create change. Where there is struggle, there is hope".
They need our active support.