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Ma’ariv: Not Everyone Gets a Birthright

Original in Ma’ariv, 4th June 2006 – translation by Rann. Also included below is an article from Salon.com on the politics of the Birthright program A young American woman was denied enrty in the Zionist Birthright-Israel project, after she requested ...

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Toronto Sun: “Protesting against Israeli apartheid”

By Sid Ryan, Toronto Sun. June 2, 2006 Last weekend, amid resolutions on health care, pensions, social services, education and matters of social justice, CUPE Ontario delegates attending our annual convention in Ottawa voted overwhelmingly to support a global campaign ...

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Ha’aretz: “With a little help from the outside”

By Gideon Levy, Ha’aretz. 4th June 2006 The laugh of fate: The state waging a broad international campaign for a boycott is simultaneously waging a parallel campaign, no less determined, against a boycott. A boycott that seriously harms the lives ...

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JPost: “Barakeh: Bil’in protesters didn’t attack”

by Jersalem Post, 2nd June 2006 Photo from AP The weekly demonstration against continued construction of the security barrier in the village of Bil’in resulted on Friday in the injuries of one border policeman and several protesters. Hadash leader Mohammed ...

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Ynet: “Israeli professor: UK boycott justified”

Yedioth Ahronoth, 31st May 2006. Professor Rachel Giora of the University of Tel Aviv backs boycott on her colleagues with different views; ‘I support every form of open criticism against the current policies of the Israeli government,’ she says In ...

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