Home / Tag: Apartheid

Tag Archives: Apartheid

Protest ROM decision to display stolen antiquities

Oakland Ross | The Star 11 April 2009 The Dead Sea scrolls, confiscated from East Jerusalem during Israel’s 1967 military invasion and occupation of the Palestinian West Bank, are coming to Toronto. The move is part of Israel consul general ...

Read More »

A harsh reality for Palestinians

Ahmad Tibi | The New York Times 6 April 2009 JERUSALEM — The right-wing coalition of the new Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, does not bode well for Palestinians in Israel. With the appointment of Avigdor Lieberman as foreign minister, ...

Read More »

The concept of civil resistance

Natalie Abou Shakra | Moments of Gaza 31 March 2009 How can I affect what is happening and how can the world respond? The concept of civil resistance is not new at all. This non-violent, unarmed, citizen oriented strategy of ...

Read More »

BDS global day of action

Boycott National Committee | Global BDS Movement 30 March 2009 Boycott Israel! Make it account for its crimes in Gaza! Today, the Palestinian people scattered across the globe mark Land Day, commemorating the events of 33 years ago, when Israeli ...

Read More »

Solidarity demonstration in Ni’lin

Tristan Anderson, a 38 year old American citizen, was critically injured during a demonstration in the village of Ni’lin after being shot in the head with a tear-gas canister from Israeli forces. Being unable to visit Tristan in the hospital ...

Read More »