In a major victory for BDS activists in South Africa, a group of mayors cancels a visit to Israel.
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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.
French corporation says it has sold the Tovlan landfill in the Jordan Valley to the nearby Israeli settlement of Masua, but the company is still involved as a supervisor and consultant.
Caterpillar machinery is involved in the construction of an Israeli railroad in the occupied West Bank that violates international law
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!
This year’s jazz fest will be covering up what some may call a new low for Israel.
Morrissey’s former reputation as an anti-racist is completely undeserved, and his agreement to play in Israel confirms this.
In a legal victory, a judge rules that a group of anti-Palestinian, anti-boycott plaintiffs must pay $160,000 in damages stemming from their lawsuit against the Olympia Food Co-op for its decision to de-shelve Israeli products.