• TAKE ACTION: Protest Los Angeles Israel Conference

    When: The Israel Conferenceâ„¢ is taking place on Thursday June 3, 2010 in Los Angeles. The 2010 conference will bring top executives from Israel-facing companies and investment firms. Israel-facing companies are those that are based in Israel, have operations in Israel, do business with Israeli companies, or invest in Israeli companies. What: The Israel Conferenceâ„¢ […]

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  • BADIL Statement: The Nakba is Not Just an Event to Remember…The Nakba is Ongoing, and the Time has Come for it to End

    What is Needed on the 62nd Anniversary of the 1948 Nakba: Achieve National Unity, Strengthen BDS Campaign; Activate Popular Resistance in all of its Forms; Organize Efforts Internationally; End Public Relations Negotiations Statement by BADIL, 15 May 2010 At their core, the circumstances surrounding the Palestinian struggle today do not differ from those circumstances that […]

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  • Take Action: Boycott Wikimania 2011

    Haifa (???????) is the largest city in northern Israel, and the third-largest city in the country, with a population of over 264,900. Haifa has a mixed population of Jews and Arabs. It is also home to the Bahá’í­ World Centre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is built on the slopes of the majestic […]

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  • Take Action: Boycott Israeli Jazz Festival in New York

    A FESTIVAL OF ISRAELI JAZZ NY 2010 Curated by Roberto Rodriguez New York has become a Mecca for many young Israeli musicians, and percussionist/composer Roberto Rodriguez has focused his tenure at The Stone on New York’s thriving Israeli New Jazz scene. A fabulous week of music featuring some of the most exciting young players now […]

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  • Israeli companies interested in joint ventures with Indian firms

    V. Sridhar Bangalore: Israeli companies with expertise in niche areas are looking to develop ties with Indian firms to exploit markets in third world countries. Speaking to The Hindu, Orna Sagiv, Consul-General at the Israeli Consulate in Mumbai, said: “Israeli companies need not be seen as competitors to Indian companies but as complementing them by […]

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  • Joan Armatrading: Don’t Play Apartheid Israel!

    from Joan Armatrading’s website: JUNE/ISRAEL 4/6/2010 Friday Shuni Fortress Amphitheater Binyamina 00972(0)3 5215200 www.hadran.co.il On Sale 5/6/2010 Saturday Frederic R. Mann Auditorium Tel Aviv 00 972(0)3 5215200

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  • New Jerusalem Arts Festival must be Boycotted (including participating artists)

    New arts festival aims to put Jerusalem on global cultural map By Danielle Zilberberg Tel Aviv may be considered Israel’s cultural capital, but a new arts festival scheduled to kick off in Jerusalem next month aims to draw attention to the city’s “artistic atmosphere,” one of the event’s organizers told Haaretz on Monday. The organizers […]

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  • Ask Lonely Planet to take Ahava off their agenda!

    The Lonely Planet’s guide to Israel and the Palestinian Territories has a recommendation for shopping at the Ahava Factory Outlet and Store. Please take five minutes this weekend to explain to Lonely Planet that there is an international boycott campaign against Ahava. Ahava is engaged in illegal practices, making products in a factory in an […]

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  • Write to Amitav Ghosh and ask him Not to accept the Dan David Prize

    Please consider sending a short note to Amitav Ghosh asking him not to accept the Israeli Dan David prize. Below is my letter, below, and that sent by a friend from Lahore. For those of you who know his work, it is particularly galling since he has done some excellent writings on colonialism, exile, and […]

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  • Take Action: Gil Scott Heron: Don’t play in Tel Aviv

    Sarah Cobham | 17.04.2010 Gil Scott Heron was part of the United Artists Against Apartheid in the early 80’s.He sang against Apartheid and against artists playing at Sun City: Shockingly he has a concert date booked in Tel Aviv on 25th May 2010. We must get the concert cancelled! By performing in Israel Gil Scott […]

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