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بيان للحملة الفلسطينية للمقاطعة الأكاديمية والثقافية لإسرائيل

In the Palestinian Campaign for Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI), we often face criticism from people who wish to stand in solidarity with Palestinians without respecting the boycott guidelines set by Palestinian civil society.  Setting guidelines, the argument goes, is too restrictive and rigid, alienating the liberal mainstream from the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.  The alternative proposed by some is to let everyone decide how he or she wants to implement BDS, thus allowing for maximum flexibility and growth for the movement.

May 5, 2012
بيان للحملة الفلسطينية للمقاطعة الأكاديمية والثقافية لإسرائيل

La Campaña Palestina por el Boicot Académico y Cultural a Israel (PACBI) recibe a veces críticas de personas que quieren solidarizarse con los palestinos sin respetar las directrices de boicot establecidas por la sociedad civil palestina. Según esas críticas, al establecer directrices demasiado restrictivas y precisas alejamos de la Campaña a sectores liberales. La alternativa que proponen algunos es aceptar que cada uno decida cómo aplica el BDS y permitir la máxima flexibilidad para que la Campaña crezca.

بيان للحملة الفلسطينية للمقاطعة الأكاديمية والثقافية لإسرائيل

Dos de las cuestiones más relevantes que se plantean en el debate sobre Boicot, Desinversión y Sanciones (BDS), especialmente en los países occidentales, son (A) si los palestinos deberían o no trabajar con los israelíes en lugar de boicotearlos, y (B) si los partidarios del BDS deberían boicotear completamente a Israel o boicotear sólo a las empresas que participan en la ocupación israelí y en sus asentamientos coloniales. Esperamos que la explicación siguiente aclare ambas cuestiones.

April 1, 2012
بيان للحملة الفلسطينية للمقاطعة الأكاديمية والثقافية لإسرائيل

Two of the most important issues that arise in debating Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS), particularly in Western countries, are (A) whether or not Palestinians should be working with Israelis rather than boycotting them, and (B) whether supporters of BDS should fully boycott Israel or boycott only companies involved in Israel’s occupation and colonial settlements. We hope the discussion below will help shed some light on both issues.

April 1, 2012
بيان للحملة الفلسطينية للمقاطعة الأكاديمية والثقافية لإسرائيل

Two of the most important issues that arise in debating Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS), particularly in Western countries, are (A) whether or not Palestinians should be working with Israelis rather than boycotting them, and (B) whether supporters of BDS should fully boycott Israel or boycott only companies involved in Israel’s occupation and colonial settlements. We hope the discussion below will help shed some light on both issues.

April 1, 2012
بيان للحملة الفلسطينية للمقاطعة الأكاديمية والثقافية لإسرائيل

The Palestinian academic community was deeply disturbed by the recently revealed plan of collaboration between Cornell University and Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.  The two institutions have won a multi-billion-dollar competition held by the City of New York to establish “a 2 million square foot engineering and applied sciences university campus” on Roosevelt Island, NY [1].  Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) at Cornell University have petitioned the City of New York and Cornell University to end this collaboration with an Israeli institution t

March 4, 2012
بيان للحملة الفلسطينية للمقاطعة الأكاديمية والثقافية لإسرائيل

The Palestinian academic community was deeply disturbed by the recently revealed plan of collaboration between Cornell University and Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.  The two institutions have won a multi-billion-dollar competition held by the City of New York to establish “a 2 million square foot engineering and applied sciences university campus” on Roosevelt Island, NY [1].  Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) at Cornell University have petitioned the City of New York and Cornell University to end this collaboration with an Israeli institution t

March 4, 2012
بيان للحملة الفلسطينية للمقاطعة الأكاديمية والثقافية لإسرائيل
In an open letter dated October 21, 2011 [1], Palestinian students wrote to their counterparts across the world, “we hope you put BDS at the forefront of your campaigns and join together for Israeli Apartheid Week, the pinnacle of action across universities worldwide”. The 8th Annual Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) [2] constitutes a direct response to this call, at a crucial moment when youth are taking to the streets to combat dictatorships and an international economic crisis marked by record levels of youth unemployment.
February 3, 2012
بيان للحملة الفلسطينية للمقاطعة الأكاديمية والثقافية لإسرائيل
In an open letter dated October 21, 2011 [1], Palestinian students wrote to their counterparts across the world, “we hope you put BDS at the forefront of your campaigns and join together for Israeli Apartheid Week, the pinnacle of action across universities worldwide”. The 8th Annual Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) [2] constitutes a direct response to this call, at a crucial moment when youth are taking to the streets to combat dictatorships and an international economic crisis marked by record levels of youth unemployment.
February 3, 2012
بيان للحملة الفلسطينية للمقاطعة الأكاديمية والثقافية لإسرائيل

2011 was a year of hope and revolution. At the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI), we began the year with a message of solidarity with the people behind the revolutions in the region. By mid-year, the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) National Committee (BNC) expressed a similar sentiment of solidarity with movements around the world that seized on this revolutionary moment. [1]

January 2, 2012