• UNESCO should join cultural boycott

    Rahela Mizrahi, The Electronic Intifada, 1 April 2009 When schools under the United Nations flag are targeted, when children are targeted, when a whole population is systematically deprived of food and water, sanitation and electricity, the various UN agencies affected should not be content with protest alone — they should live up to their responsibility […]

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  • Procuring Academics for Empire

    ‘Pentagon is engaged in military-academic empire building strategy.’ By James Petras The Pentagon”s military strategists have recognized that they have suffered political losses, with strategic consequences in their recent military invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan. US military support for the Israeli invasions of Lebanon and Gaza, the US-sponsored Ethiopian occupation of Somali, the coup attempts […]

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  • UMass students for divestment

    By Michael Fiorentino | April 2, 2009 AMHERST, Mass.–The Student Government Association at the University of Massachusetts Amherst passed a resolution March 25 calling for divestment from companies that profit from war and occupation. The resolution was drafted by members of the Campus Antiwar Network (CAN) and supported by various progressive student groups. It was […]

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  • Tennis plays into Israel’s apartheid project

    Stu Harrison 6 March 2009 The decision by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to ban Israeli tennis star Shahar Pe”er from playing in the US$2 million Dubai tennis tournament on February 16 – sent shockwaves around the world. However, in reporting this decision, many mainstream outlets have missed the point. Firstly, Pe”er”s connection to the […]

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  • Motorola Sells Israel Bomb Division as National Boycott Campaign Advances

    by the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation Washington, DC (April 2) — The US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation and allied organizations participating in a national boycott campaign against Motorola welcomed news that Motorola Israel Ltd. has sold its Government Electronics Department, which made several products that enable Israel’s military occupation of […]

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  • Bill Fletcher on Radio Intifada

    Click below to listen to the interview with Organizing Committee member Sherna Berger Gluck and Advisory Board member Bill Fletcher: Radio Intifada on Global BDS Day

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  • Apartheid isn’t kosher. This Passover, boycott Israeli wines.

    Apartheid isn”t kosher. This Passover, boycott Israeli wines. Join Not In Our Name (NION): Jewish Voices Opposing Zionism in a peaceful information picket in support of the Palestinian struggle for justice in a non-violent way. Sunday April 5 1:00-3:00 LCBO 10 Scrivener Square (Summerhill subway; near Yonge and Summerhill) ****************** Boycott the following wines: Dalton […]

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  • Hisham B. Sharabi Memorial Lecture: “Apartheid and Occupation under International Law” with John Dugard

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  • Israeli exporters forced to slash prices due to boycott

    Date: 31 / 03 / 2009 Time: 12:55 Bethlehem – Ma”an – Israeli exporters have been forced to cut prices in part because of a worldwide boycott of Israeli products in protest of Israel”s occupation of Palestinian land, a leading industry association reported this week. Israeli exporters have been “losing foreign markets and customers because […]

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  • South Africa & Palestine: Long Roads to Freedom

    Ronnie Kasrils spoke at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow on March 20, 2009 at a lecture organized by Pulsemedia.org and Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign. – During the years of apartheid rule in South Africa, Ronnie Kasrils was a leader in the banned ANC and its military wing Umkonto we Sizwe – Hunted by the […]

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