Attaining the goals of higher education is impossible when universities are under attack.
The construction of the wall, which began in 2007 in spite of an ongoing legal battle and protests, constitutes the latest chapter of the ongoing history of dispossession of al-Walaja.
While many Latino leaders choose silence, some activists are forging ties with the Palestine solidarity movement.
“What about my academic freedom? What about the tens of thousands of Palestinian children and teachers whose movement to and from their schools is impeded by the Israeli military?”
Harassment of Palestinians resembles “stop-and-frisk” policies targeted towards African Americans.
“Anarchists Against the Wall” indicates that no neat distinction can be drawn between the government and “ordinary” Israelis.
A recent report by Addameer details Israel’s system of oppression against Palestinian protesters and organizers.
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