News about popular struggle, international solidarity and boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) activism
Israeli foreign ministry claims a sticker distributed by Palestinian solidarity activists in Ireland is reminiscent of Nazism.
While keeping new guidelines banning settlement funding on the books formally, the EU may provide Israel with “loopholes” that make them meaningless, academics fear.
Two Palestinian women set Israel former deputy foreign ministry Danny Ayalon straight in hilarious new video from Visualizing Palestine.
After facing stiff opposition from a coalition of Palestine, environmental and social justice activists, Veolia concluded that doing business in St. Louis is “not worth it.”
Several US university professors are accusing the Journal of Academic Freedom of caving in to pressure to publish a series of essays opposing the academic boycott of Israeli institutions.
Could this ad really incite violence against Jews in Toronto? The city’s Transit Commission says yes.
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