• Deshelving Israeli Goods at Trader Joe’s

    Over 30 activists in Oakland and San Francisco participated in National Don’t Buy Into Apartheid Day on June 20, 2009.

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  • Israeli Cosmetic Company Is About to Learn It Can’t Cover Up Its Role in the Occupation

    By Nancy Kricorian, AlterNet. Posted July 22, 2009. Ahava is an Israeli profiteer exploiting the natural resources of occupied Palestine to sell its exotic beauty products. CodePink protests AHAVA in Tel Aviv. As the dust settled on the destroyed homes, schools and lives in the aftermath of Israel”s assault on Gaza earlier this year, mainstream […]

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  • Protesters stroll through Brooklyn’s Prospect Park singing for boycott of Motorola

    Brooklyn, NY, July 25 – Fifteen New York human rights advocates strolled through Prospect Park in Brooklyn on Saturday for two and a half hours, singing songs calling on park-goers to boycott communications giant Motorola until it stops providing technology that aids Israel”s army and settlement movement in committing human rights abuses. The protesters carried […]

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  • EU Eyes Exports from Israeli Settlements

    [Business Week] – A German legal dispute over imports from Israel’s settlements in the occupied territories could lead to the imposition of customs duties. The Israeli settlement known as Maale Adumim sits fortress-like atop a red stone plateau. In the Bible, the road to the plateau was known as the “steep red road.” As the […]

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  • Boycott : un vacancier averti en vaut deux !

    Dix mille tracts ont été diffusés aux vacanciers franciliens qui ont pris la route des vacances en juillet, pour les informer de la necessité de ne pas consommer les produits des criminels de guerre israéliens, et rappeler que cette action citoyenne non violente a permis de mettre fin au régime d’apartheid en Afrique du Sud. […]

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  • In Queens, singing protesters urge Motorola boycott due to complicity in Israeli rights abuses

    Astoria, NY, July 11 – Twenty New York human rights advocates captivated Astoria, Queens shoppers today with songs and street theater calling for a boycott of communications giant Motorola until it stops selling products that aid Israel”s army and settlement movement. Today”s protest outside a Sprint store selling Motorola cellphones on Steinway Street was the […]

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  • HeidelbergCement tries to sell West Bank mines as legal, boycott pressures grow

    Adri Nieuwhof, The Electronic Intifada, 13 July 2009 HeidelbergCement, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of building materials, has become the target of legal action in Israel because of its activities in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT). The company’s subsidiary, Hanson Israel, manufactures ready-made cement, aggregates and asphalt for Israel’s construction industry and operates a […]

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  • “Summer In The Streets” For Palestine Kicks Off With Theater, Song And Dance At Greeley Square

    Media Contact: info[at]boycottisraelnyc.org For Immediate Release New York, NY, June 28 – Twenty New York activists performed near a street fair at Greeley Square in Manhattan on Saturday, calling for a boycott of communications giant Motorola until it stops providing technology to the Israeli army and settlement movement. It was the third action organized by […]

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  • Jordanians angry over Israeli imports

    Since Jordan signed its peace treaty with Israel in 1994, Jordanians have regularly protested against normalized political and economic relations with Israel. Now the importation of Israeli farm products grown in illegal settlements has caused resentment with Jordanians saying that the proceeds from these products is used as a weapon against Palestinians. Al Jazeera’s Nisreen […]

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  • ICJ Apartheid Wall / Palestinian BDS Call Anniversaries

    July 9th marks two important anniversaries for our movement. In 2004, the International Court of Justice issued an advisory ruling declaring Israel’s apartheid wall illegal. Then, in 2005, over 100 Palestinian civil society organizations issued their international call for boycott, divestment, and sanctions actions to bring Israel’s illegal 42 year military occupation to an end. […]

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