• Why I support the Olympia Co-op boycott

    by Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb on August 4, 2010 Dear friends, The Olympia Food Co-op boycott of Israeli products (except for fair trade olive oil) has generated much controversy and emotion. I do pray for healing and understanding among those who support and those who oppose such a boycott in the community of Olympia, Washington and […]

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  • BDS Tour: Figeac

    A partir du 10 juillet prochain, nous allons sillonner les routes de France et faire étape dans 16 villes, pour sensibiliser la population í  la situation en Palestine, au blocus de Gaza, í  la colonisation galopante, et í  la nécessité d’une réaction citoyenne face í  ces violations du droit international qui nous concernent tous, car […]

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  • Ahava Demo London

    Another in the series of fortnightly protests at the Ahava store in London. Voice over by Anna Baltzer, interviewed by Stolen Beauty, in March 2010.

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  • Food co-op in Rachel Corrie’s hometown boycotts Israeli goods

    The Olympia Food Co-op announced last week that no more Israeli products will be sold at its two grocery stores. By Natasha Mozgovaya Americans are far more supportive of Israel than Europeans, and most initiatives to boycott Israeli goods or to divest funds from companies working with Israel are unsuccessful in the United States. But […]

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  • Singing against Israel’s apartheid

    By Peter Rugh | August 2, 2010 NEW YORK–Fifty protesters commemorated the fifth anniversary of the boycotts, divestment and sanctions (BDS) campaign against companies that support Israel’s war and occupation of Palestinian lands on July 11 by gathering in lower Manhattan for a singalong protest led by the Palestinian solidarity group Adalah. Protesters at the […]

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  • “˜Boycott Israel’ protest held Friday in Bil’in village; two injured

    Sunday August 01, 2010 12:46 Saed Bannoura – IMEMC News Around 200 Palestinians, Israelis, and internationals – including a group of hip-hop musicians from the US and Britain – joined a protest on Friday afternoon in the Palestinian village of Bil”in calling on the international community to boycott Israel in order to end Israeli apartheid […]

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  • Australian churches urge boycott of Israeli goods

    Wednesday, 28 July 2010 AUSTRALIA (ICEJ News) – The National Council of Churches Australia (NCCA), the nation”s largest ecumenical body, met last week for its 7th Triennial Forum, which resulted in a statement asking Australians to consider boycotting goods produced by Israeli settlements in the West Bank in solidarity with Palestinian Christians. “We are asking […]

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  • Bay Area billboards “˜thank’ the US for Israel’s blank check

    by Adam Horowitz on July 29, 2010 From a “California Department of Corrections” press release: New Billboard Alterations Salute Israel Following Raid on Gaza Flotilla The California Department of Corrections (CDC) has unveiled a new campaign of billboard alterations on behalf of the State of Israel. On July 28, 2010 a total of nine billboards […]

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  • Desmond Tutu endorses US grocery chain boycott decision

    Bethlehem – Ma’an – US-based Olympiya Foods Coop grocery store voted to join the international boycott, divestment, and sanctions campaign, in what its board said was a move “to compel Israel to follow international law and respect Palestinian human rights.” The move was endorsed on Tuesday by South Africa’s Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who said the […]

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  • Thousands of Irish Shoppers Demand that Dunnes Stores Stop Stocking Israeli Products

    Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign Press Release 29 Jul 2010 Thousands demand that Dunnes stop stocking Israeli goods Petition: Thousands demand that Dunnes stop stocking Israeli goods Today, Thursday 29th July 2010, at 1pm, the Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) delivered a petition to Dunnes Stores signed by over 6,000 shoppers across Ireland. The petition demands […]

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