Tag Archives: BDS movement

Russell Tribunal accuses Israel of apartheid violations

MEMO | March 18, 2013 The Russell Tribunal on Palestine (RToP) demanded on Sunday that the ICC investigate crimes against humanity being committed by Israel in the Palestinian occupied territories. The Russell Tribunal on Palestine, which was created in 2009 to look into the various accountabilities that have led to the continued occupation of the […]

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Uproar against ‘false labelling’ Israeli Goods

13-jun-2011 | Francis Miles |  Sowetan LIVE A GROUP of human rights activists are up in arms against retailer Wellness Warehouse for selling Ahava beauty products allegedly made in Israeli settlements Lining up in the forecourt of the retail store in Cape Town’s up-market Kloof Street on Saturday, human rights activists called a boycott of […]

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Report: Palestinian anti-wall activist tortured, threatened with rape and execution by Shin Bet because of BDS activities

by Alex Kane on March 19, 2011 | Mondoweiss The Israeli government’s repression of the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement is growing ever more harsh. Domestically, earlier this month, “the Knesset plenum…approved in its first reading a ‘boycott law,’ which would levy harsh punitive fines on Israelis who call for academic or economic boycotts […]

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