Campaigners strengthen calls for divestment against Caterpillar following the Corrie verdict; Indian activists, scholars and artists denounce India-Israel free trade agreement; and more!
Activism and BDS Beat
Lollapalooza isn’t the only cultural cover that Israel’s apartheid system is getting abroad.
Israeli forces were caught on camera when they blocked Palestinian roads in the occupied south Hebron hills with Caterpillar armored bulldozers.
“Rachel gave her life for justice, the least you can do is take action against companies supporting injustice.”
On Friday, the United Church of Canada adopted a resolution to boycott products originating from illegal Israeli settlement colonies in the occupied West Bank.
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!
In a major victory for BDS activists in South Africa, a group of mayors cancels a visit to Israel.
Under the guise of reviving the Arab Peace Initiative of 2002, a Palestinian businessman seeks closer ties with an Israeli tycoon.
Private security giant turns into a toxic brand in Britain.
Lollapalooza, the corporate concert franchise founded by Jane’s Addiction frontman, pro-Israeli fundraiser and activist Perry Farrell, is to launch in Tel Aviv in August 2013 on the ruins of the Palestinian village of Jarisha.