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Israeli Activists Push for ‘BDS’ in Boston | Joseph Dana

Dozens of American, Israeli and Palestinian protesters gathered Friday in front of the Israeli consulate in Boston to mark the death of Jawaher Abu Rahmah. Jawaher was killed by American made tear gas fired by the IDF on New Years Eve during a weekly unarmed demonstration in the West Bank village of Bil’in. The Boston demonstrators […]

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Bil’in |Friday Jan 7, 2011 | Live Tweets & News by Joseph Dana & PSCC & Jessica Vaney

A pregnant women was evacuated to the hospital from Nabi Saleh after soldiers fired tear-gas into her house — Popular Struggle CC (@PSCC_Palestine) January 7, 2011 Thanks heavens for twitter. We have the power to report the truth as it happens. Three cheers for twitter and the popular struggle! — joseph dana (@ibnezra) January 7, […]

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Israel’s war against Palestine

Tears and gas: a call to mobilise 4 January 2011 Bil’in – July 2009 By Jesse Rosenfeld and Joseph Dana, Al Jazeera – 3 Jan 2010 http://english.aljazeera.net/indepth/features/2011/01/201113870502192.html As 2010 came to a close in the West Bank under the regular, weekly cloud of teargas experienced among the villages bordering Israel’s 1967 Green Line, 2011 started with […]

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Open letter to Combined Systems Inc, Maker of Israeli Tear Gas | Joseph Dana

Letter sent on behalf of Palestinian nonviolent resistance groups to the US marker of Israeli tear gas that killed Jawaher Abu Rahmah of Bil’in on 31 December 2010. Dear Combined Systems Inc., As US groups committed to justice and peace, we are writing to ask that Combined Systems Inc. cease providing CSI equipment to the Israeli government […]

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BDS Comes to JStreet | Joseph Dana

In 2005, one hundred seventy Palestinian civil society organizations began a global non-violent boycott, divestment and sanction movement (BDS) aimed at forcing Israel to abide by international law in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. BDS has since become a major factor in the ‘Israel debate’ as it has opened new possibilities for global civil society to […]

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