|Anarchists Against Walls - busy weekend||Dec.3 to Bil`in, Al Ma`asara, An Nabi Saleh, Ni`lin; Dec.4 to Beit Ommar; register for transportation ||30/11/2010|
|Hummus wars at Princeton University ||Associated Press/New York Observer/Imemc - At Princeton University, a pro-Palestinian student group objects to the Hummus chickpea dip "Sabra", because its part-owner, the Israeli company Strauss, has sent gift packages to Israeli army units allegedly involved in human rights violations. Now Princeton students vote in a referendum on having other hummus brands available in university-run stores. Less politically-minded students noted that, political considerations apart, Sabra offers a bad quality hummus.
|Support EU/EAPPI campaign to mark settlement products ||by contacting your MEP and/or encouraging others to do so||30/11/2010|
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|Jewish settlements targeted in divestment campaign||by KARIN LAUB and AMY TEIBEL -
"The focus on corporate involvement comes against the backdrop of a wider Palestinian movement of divestment and boycott, inspired by the economic assault on apartheid-era South Africa."
|From Israeli Citizens: Please Do not Hold the 2010 Cleveringa Lecture at the Hebrew University!|| ||22/11/2010|
|Israel Detains 5 Internationals Activists in West Bank Saffa Valley ||Jill Kestler D’Amours - AIC - "Four Israeli army jeeps descended on the group of volunteers at 10 a.m., only one hour after they had started working. The soldiers told the Palestinians to leave the area, and proceeded to arrest the internationals"||15/11/2010|
|Haifa U. students protest ban on Israeli Arab MK who sailed on Gaza flotilla|| Jack Khoury - Haaretz - Hanin Zuabi claims the university is using `Shin Bet tactics` in order to limit Arab student activity||15/11/2010|
|Petition to Stop Int`l companies from financing Jerusalem-TelAviv train thru West Bank||For background, see http://www.whoprofits.org/articlefiles/WP-A1-Train.pdf||15/11/2010|
|Major Dutch pension fund divests from occupation||Adri Nieuwhof and Guus Hoelen -EI -
The major Dutch pension fund Pensioenfonds Zorg en Welzijn (PFZW), which has investments totaling 97 billion euros, has informed The Electronic Intifada that it has divested from almost all the Israeli companies in its portfolio...In addition, PFZM has also entered into discussions with Motorola, Veolia and Alstom to raise its concerns about human rights issues. All three companies have actively supported and profited from Israel`s occupation of the West Bank (including East Jerusalem) and the Gaza Strip.
|An Open Letter to Participants in the Arava Institute’s Online Event “With Earth and Each Other”||"
Our research has demonstrated that the Arava Institute is yet another Israeli institution that is deeply complicit in Israeli oppression, and therefore deserves to be boycotted. If you participate in the November 14th event, you will share in Arava’s complicity.
|War on Want report on BDS||"
This report exposes the companies that are profiting from the Occupation and calls on ordinary people around the world to take action. War on Want believes that the global community has a duty to support the Palestinian people in the struggle for their rights.
|Volunteers needed to Prevent Another Destruction at Al-Arakib||Details inside link.||10/11/2010|
|From Jerusalem to Safed - Racism is on the march!||Uri Avnery - Gush Shalom - For the second time within a month, hundreds of intellectuals, writers and artists gathered to protest against the wave of racism that is flooding the country. This time, too, the protest took place opposite the building where David Ben-Gurion announced the foundation of the State of Israel and read the Declaration of Independence, which promises freedom and equality to all citizens, “irrespective of religion, race and sex”.||9/11/2010|
|Jewish Voice for Peace Activists Interrupt Bibi at GA||By Josh Nathan-Kazis/Yitzhak Benhorin - Jewish Voice for Peace/Y-net/Press TV - Nethanyahu expected to find in this gathering of American Jews a friendly audience awhich would enthusiastically clap at whatever he chose to say in his speech, and was completely unprepared for militant heckling. (Ed.) ||9/11/2010|
|The Yacoubian Building – in Hebrew?||AFP -
"Although Al Aswany`s book has been translated into 19 languages, the author has, until now, refused to permit its translation into Hebrew.... "What the centre and the translator did is piracy and theft."" ||10/11/2010|
|Budrus hero calls for Abdallah Abu Rahma`s freedom||Jesse Bacon - The Only Democracy - But Israel is sending a clear message — even unarmed resistance by ordinary civilians demanding basic rights will be crushed. It is little known that the second intifada began not with guns and suicide bombings against civilians, but rather with protest marches to Israeli military checkpoints inside the occupied West Bank, and with civil disobedience in the tradition of the US civil rights movement. Israel responded by firing over 1.3 million live bullets in one month into crowds of protesters. When ordinary people could no longer afford to risk protesting, small groups turned, in anger and despair, to armed resistance.
|A rabbi struggles to protect his Palestinian flock||Donald Macintyre - The Independent - A vandalised car, stolen ladders, irate police. It`s all in a day`s work for one unlikely hero ||1/11/2010|
|Anti-Gaza op protestor to get NIS 12,000||Ilana Curiel -
"...ordered to leave the area within 10 minutes, but (that) the police began arresting protestors after less than four minutes."||1/11/2010|
|Fri-Sat, Nov. 26-27: Weekly Demonstrations Against Wall and Settlements||Nov 26: Bil`in 052-6306787 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 052-6306787 end_of_the_skype_highlighting, Ma`asara and Wad Rahal firstname.lastname@example.org or 054-6966253, Nabi Saleh 052-4707885, Ni`lin email@example.com or 052-3727602, Al Walaje firstname.lastname@example.org or 054-4763800. Nov 27: Bet Ommar 054-2191547. General info 050-6846056. More details inside link.||25/11/2010|
|Taayush: Sat. Nov.27, accompanying farmers accessing their lands||details and registration: Dolev 054-8184467 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 054-8184467 end_of_the_skype_highlighting ||24/11/2010|
|Israeli student joins other side of conflict||Itamar Eichner -
"As part of the presentation, Wind and three of her friends dressed up as IDF soldiers, stopped random students passing through campus and gave them a green ID card and a kafiya. They then proceeded to bind the bystanders` hands behind their backs, and covered their eyes and mouths with adhesive tape."
|Nabi Saleh - how a whole village got sprayed with teargas and stink||Oren Ziv report/ David Reeb video / Joseph Dana text and photos
|Ministry of Interior denies permanent residency to Palestinian schoolchildren in Jerusalem||HaMoked - The Jerusalem District Court ordered the State to grant Bara’a Srur, who was born in Jerusalem, permanent residency status. He received his ID card and official status, only to find that the State is seeking to strip him of his rights by appealing his case to the Supreme Court. ||23/11/2010|
|Breaking the Silence, November 2010 Update|| ||8/11/2010|
|Shulamit Aloni: I feel like stranger here||Yoav Zitun - Ynet - As artists protest `wave of racism` sweeping country, Lieberman slams renewed call to boycott Ariel center||8/11/2010|
|The Russell Tribunal On Palestine: London Session ||Stephen Lendman - Countercurrents - Launched in March 2009, "The Russell Tribunal on Palestine (RTP) seeks to reaffirm the primacy of international law as the (way to settle) the Israeli-Palestinian conflict." Its mandate focuses on "the enunciation of law by authoritative bodies," including International Court of Justice (ICJ) rulings and dozens of UN resolutions on Palestine with regard to binding international law.
|Crying out loud||Esti Ahronovitz - Haaretz Weekend Magazine - Breaking the Silence organizers started with a pile of photos and pangs of conscience about their combat service. Six years later, the group is still jolting the public with its testimonies from soldiers serving in the territories.
|Leftists chant `stop Apartheid` outside Tel Aviv opera||Merav Yudilovitch - YnetNews - Theater goers arriving at the premiere of the opera Porgy and Bess at the Tel Aviv Opera House on Monday found themselves in the eye of a political storm. Shortly before the opera, performed by South Africa`s Cape Town Opera, around 40 left-wing activists held a protest rally and sang slogans denouncing Israel using paraphrased numbers from the songs performed on stage.
|New Yorkers Protest Fundraising Cruise for Illegal Hebron Settlements||120 New Yorkers silently picketed at the entrance to Manhattan’s Chelsea Piers this evening to protest against the Brooklyn-based Hebron Fund’s fundraising event to expand Jewish settlements in the Israeli-occupied West Bank city of Hebron."||17/11/2010|
|Tindersticks, Please Do Not Undermine the Palestinian Boycott on Israel||Boycott Israel -
We are a group of Israeli citizens who support the Palestinian Call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) on Israel, as a means of bringing to an end the decades-long systematic oppression of the Palestinian people, which occurs daily in our name. We were surprised to learn about your upcoming performances in Israel and urge you not to let your music become part of the Israeli facade of normalcy, enabling the ongoing and ruthless oppression of the Palestinian people.
|Video: Right-wing Israel advocacy group StandWithUs attacks Jewish Voice for Peace meeting with pepper spray||Adam Horowitz - Last night, up to a dozen members of San Francisco Voice for Israel/StandWithUs, a right-wing Israeli advocacy group with a documented track record of aggressively taunting and intimidating grassroots peace activists, attended a Bay Area Jewish Voice for Peace community meeting at a South Berkeley Senior Center with the intention of disrupting, intimidating and possibly assaulting Jewish Voice for Peace members||17/11/2010|
| Israeli BDS NEWSLETTER|| ||17/11/2010|
|New York activist to confront Hebron settlers` fundraising flotilla ||Adam Horowitz - Mondoweiss - Sixteen human rights groups are preparing to picket an annual New York City fundraising event that raises money for Jewish settlers in the Israeli-occupied West Bank city of Hebron. Organizers say they will hold a silent protest at the entrance to the Chelsea Piers, 23rd Street and West Side Highway, on November 16 from 5:30 to 7:00pm||16/11/2010|
|Letter to British Liberal Democrats: protecting war criminals "just about lowest thing anyone could do"||Stuart Littlewood - The People`s Voice/Sabbah Report - The British Government shirks its solemn duty, as a signatory to the Geneva Conventions, to seek out and prosecute or extradite those suspected of grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions. Fortunately the law at present allows private applications for arrest warrants. Yet Foreign secretary William Hague described this as "an appalling situation" and promised to change the law so that culpable Israeli politicans and generals could walk the streets of London with impunity.
|The Revolution Will Not Be Online||Circarre Parrhesia -
"...a re-working of Gil Scott-Heron’s poem “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised”."
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