• Al-Quds University flouts own academic boycott

    Jillian Kestler-D’Amours, The Electronic Intifada, 6 August 2010 Al-Quds University is maintaining a joint Israeli-Palestinian master’s degree program with Haifa, Hebrew and Tel Aviv universities, despite a decision taken by its own University Council in February 2009 to distance itself from Israeli academic institutions. “[The Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel, […]

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  • Call to support PACBI members conference travel expenses

    I am forwarding this message from BRICUP – please help if you can. Support is needed for a European initiative. AURDIP, BRICUP”s French sister organisation, is convening a conference on academic boycott in Paris this coming September 25-6. The aim is to bring together the several organisations in Italy, Catalonia, Britain and France now in […]

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  • BNC welcomes actions to mark fifth anniversary of BDS call

    15 July 2010 Occupied Palestine – On July 9 2010, the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions National Committee (BNC) marked the fifth anniversary of the Palestinian Civil Society Call for a campaign of BDS against Israel until it fully complies with international law and Palestinian rights. The BNC issued a statement highlighting the massive growth […]

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  • SAPIENZA MASTER’S FOR ISRAELIS AND PALESTINIANS: OPPRESSION NORMALIZED

    PSCABI UTAP Besieged Gaza, Palestine 06. July.2010 PRESS RELEASE Over and over again, champions of the boycott movement have condemned cooperation with apartheid Israel in acts of normalization. We, the Palestinian Students Campaign for the Academic Boycott of Israel and the University Teachers’ Association in Palestine, have adamantly and insistently written to artists, musicians, writers […]

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  • Student council calls on peers to support goods boycott

    Nablus – Ma’an – University student councils offered their full support for the Palestinian Authority boycott of settlement goods on Wednesday, vowing to ensure students implement the embargo. Head of the An-Najah University student senate Makram Daraghmeh said all Palestinian universities would organize events and activties in the coming days, aimed at encouraging students to […]

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  • Gaza student denied travel to conference

    Published today (updated) 17/05/2010 19:11 Bethlehem – Ma’an – A Palestinian student from Gaza was barred from traveling on Monday to an international conference in the Czech Republic due to the ongoing closure of the coastal enclave’s borders. Rifat Abd Elaal, an engineering student at the Islamic University in Gaza, was due to attend the […]

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  • Palestinian Youth Unite Against Normalization With Israel

    In commemoration of the anniversary of the Nakba, and as an expression of our commitment to resisting Israeli occupation, colonization and apartheid in accordance with international law, we (Palestinian youth organizations signed below) declare our rejection of normalization with the Israel on all levels. Economic, political, cultural and institutional normalization legitimize Israel”s oppression of the […]

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  • Open Letter to the University of California Berkley Student Senate Concerning the 118a Senate Bill

    Haifa, 14 April 2010 We, the Arab students in Israeli universities, write to you in support of the already-passed historic and courageous bill to divest from policies and practices that support Israeli war crimes. We believe that divestment from General Electric and United Technologies, two companies that are fully engaged in the material and military […]

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