Members of the United Church of Canada affirm a resolution to boycott Israeli settlement products; Red Hot Chili Peppers still slated to perform in Israel despite sustained international outcry; and much more!
A professor at UCLA speaks to The Electronic Intifada after being attacked by an outside Zionist organization after posting research materials that included information on the Palestine solidarity movement.
Protesters in three US cities demand TIAA-CREF drop investments from companies profiting from Israel’s violations of international law; Jazz musicians urged to cancel gig at Red Sea Jazz Festival in Eilat; and more!
In this week’s roundup of news from the global BDS movement: Tabla maestro Zakir Hussain cancels his performances; boycott activists in the Middle East urge Cirque du Soleil to cancel their upcoming show in Israel; and more!
Submitted by Ali Abunimah on Tue, 06/05/2012 - 20:03
The Attorney General of California has rejected a request by a Zionist group to prosecute a California State University professor for “misuse of state resources” over a website on which he campaigns for boycott of Israel.