• TAKE ACTION: Ask Costco to stop selling Israeli clementines

    It has come to my attention that Costco is now selling clementines that have been imported from Israel. This is a very simple process and we all know that it takes less than 5 minutes to make a difference and let Costco know what we think of their deals with Israel. Please write (contact information […]

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  • Israel Likely to Join OECD in 2010: “If You Have Enough Money, We’ll Call You a Democracy”

    General Secretary of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Angel Gurria, visited Israel last week (18-20 January 2010) to launch two new OECD reports: an Economic Survey of Israel and a Review of Israel”s Labour Market and Social Policies. At this time Gurria announced that Israel”s accession to the OECD is likely to […]

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  • Israel and the Environment – a meeting that should not happen

    I hope you won’t mind my writing to ask if you would be willing to sign the attached open letter. It asks David Bellamy to withdraw from participation in a forthcoming event aimed to ‘showcase’ Israel’s environmentalist credentials, and the contributions of its environmental scientists. Israel has actually been responsible for environmental degradation on a […]

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  • The Carlos Santana “Concert of Shame”

    LA VOZ DE AZTLAN Los Angeles, Alta California January 10, 2010 The Zionist daily newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth reported that Israeli producer Shuki Weiss has booked the world famous Mexican born rock musician and guitarist Carlos Santana to perform at the Blumfield Stadium in Jaffa, Israel this coming June. Carlos Santana was born in Autlán de […]

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  • Don’t be Complicit in Israel’s Apartheid: Boycott the 2010 Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival

    17 January 2010 – The Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI) and the Palestinian Students” Campaign for the Academic Boycott of Israel (PSCABI) call on students, lecturers and film-makers to boycott the 13th International Student Film Festival, scheduled for June 2010 in the city of Tel Aviv. PACBI and PSCABI […]

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  • Victory! Release of Jamal Juma’ and Mohammad Othman demonstrates importance of international grassroots pressure

    You have probably heard by now that Jamal Juma’ and Mohammad Othman, leaders of the Palestinian grassroots struggle against Israeli occupation and apartheid and proponents of boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS), have been released from their imprisonment-without-charge in Israeli jail. Their freedom is a huge victory for the grassroots struggle for Palestinian self-determination and equality. […]

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  • Scottish Government plan for ‘trade mission’ to Israel will shame Scotland!

    [The visit is due to take place NEXT WEEK: 10-15 January 2010] This week Richard Falk, the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967, told UN Radio: “Obviously Israel does not respond to language of diplomacy, which has encouraged the lifting of the blockade and so what […]

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  • Calling Bono

    Your Palestinian Gandhis Exist … in Graves and Prisons By ALISON WEIR Dear Bono, In your recent column in the New York Times, “Ten for the Next Ten,” you wrote: “I”ll place my hopes on the possibility – however remote at the moment – that…people in places filled with rage and despair, places like the […]

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  • Attn LA Activists: Israeli Products at Valley Produce and Farmers Ranch Market

    By Yaman For activists in the San Fernando Valley looking for something to do… Valley Produce on Vanowen Street and Farmers Ranch Market on Sepulveda Blvd are both small, non-chain markets with an extensive inventory of Israeli products… from pretzels to frozen food. It would be worthwhile to educate your communities to avoid this store […]

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  • End Israeli Apartheid: The Cairo Declaration

    The Gaza Freedom March has come to an end, but before the protesters dispersed they agreed on the following statement: January 1, 2010 We, international delegates meeting in Cairo during the Gaza Freedom March 2009 in collective response to an initiative from the South African delegation, state: In view of: o Israel”s ongoing collective punishment […]

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