• James Blake: Limit Your Love of Israeli Apartheid

     The following letter to James Blake was issued by Boycott from Within: Dear James Blake, We are a group of Israeli citizens who support the Palestinian call for boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israel. We oppose our government’s policies of ethnic cleansing, occupation and apartheid, we strongly believe that international pressure is essential in […]

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  • Lara Fabian cancels Lebanon tour after boycott campaign

    The following article was carried in Al-Akhbar English: Belgian singer Lara Fabian announced via Facebook on Thursday that she has cancelled her February concert in Lebanon after boycott activists campaigned against her visit. Fabian wrote in a “Love Letter” to her “Lebanese friends” that she “won”t sing under threats” nor “deal with hatred.” The self-confessed […]

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  • 2011 successes of the cultural boycott: ZazaFL

    ZazaFL compiled the following list of successes of the cultural boycott of Israel in 2011: 2011 was a year full of many successes in the campaign for the cultural boycott of Israel.  This summary will focus on the cultural boycott with emphasis on musical artists and groups. The fall of South African apartheid was preceded […]

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  • Another BDS success: Joker cancels Tel Aviv show

    By Uri Yaacobi Keller for the Alternative Information Center After the Boycott Divestment Sanctions campaign opened his eyes to the harsh reality of the occupation, British dubstep artist Joker cancelled his Tel Aviv show. The small but significant victory for BDS shows the inroads the movement is making around the globe. Let”s start with the […]

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  • Action Alert: National Day of Action for Academic and Cultural Boycott, March 30, 2012

    USACBI is calling for a National Academic and Cultural Boycott Day on March 30, 2012, which is Land Day, the Global BDS Day of Solidarity with Palestine. On this day, which commemorates the murder of Palestinians inside Israel as they fought against the theft of their land in 1976 and has become an ongoing day […]

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  • Letter to Arch Enemy from a Fan: Don’t Play Apartheid Israel

    The following letter was written to Arch Enemy by fan and Palestine solidarity activist Mike Krebs. To join the Facebook group calling on Arch Enemy to cancel its show in Apartheid Israel, visit this page: https://www.facebook.com/#!/Arch.Enemy.Resist.Apartheid.Israel Dear Arch Enemy, I am writing to you as a fan to ask that you please cancel your scheduled […]

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  • Arch Enemy: Stand with Revolution not Apartheid

    PACBI | November 30, 2011 It is with great disappointment that the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI) has learned of your scheduled performance in Israel set for January 24, 2012 [1].  Given that Israel is involved in grave violations of international law and human rights we urge you to […]

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  • Announcing the launch of Punks Against Apartheid!

    USACBI is thrilled to congratulate Punks Against Apartheid on the launch of their website and campaign: It”s finally happened! After months of planning, re-planning, and sending ourselves back to the drawing board countless times, we are thrilled and proud to announce the official launch of the Punks Against Apartheid website and network. Lots has happened […]

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  • PSG-Chicago protests Israeli Film Festival, calls for cultural boycott

    From Maureen Clare Murphy at the Electronic Intifada: Last month the Palestine Solidarity Group-Chicago (PSG) (with which I”ve organized for the past several years) and other organizations protested the opening night of the Israeli film festival – dubbed the REAL Israel Film Festival. As a release from PSG states, the festival was sponsored Consulate General of […]

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  • Irish Gardai break up peaceful cultural boycott protest

    The Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign held a cultural boycott picket outside “Israeli Film Days,” which was attacked and forcibly removed by the Gardai. A protest outside the Israeli Embassy sponsored “Israeli Film Days” in Temple Bar turned acrimonious this evening when Gardai broke up a peaceful demonstration by pro-Palestinian activists outside the venue. Citing Section […]

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