Celebramos la resolución de la Corte Penal Internacional sobre su jurisdicción para investigar los crímenes del apartheid israelí

Frente a la favorable resolución de la Corte Penal Internacional (CPI), hacemos un llamado a no dejarse amedrentar ante la presión de Israel y sus aliados, e implementar inmediatamente la investigación de los crímenes de lesa humanidad del régimen de Israel.

Results for: Knesset

Actualización

Palestinian civil society reacts to Israel’s "Jewish Nation-State Law​" which unambiguously defines Israel as a state that belongs exclusively to the “Jewish people.” This is despite the fact that one in five citizens of Israel is an indigenous, non-Jewish Palestinian.

Actualización

La sociedad civil palestina reacciona ante la “Ley del Estado Nación Judío”, la cual define inequívocamente a Israel como un Estado que pertenece exclusivamente al “pueblo judío”. A pesar de que una de cada cinco personas con ciudadanía israelí es palestina indígena no judía.

Declaración BNC

“Prawer Plan” to uproot and dispossess indigenous Bedouin-Palestinian Communities in the Naqab (Negev) is latest definitive evidence of the colonial nature of Zionism

Análisis

The law actually deals with boycotting Israel as a whole - not only settlements

What’s the “Boycott Law” about?  If you ask Israelis that question, particularly those opposed to the law, they’ll probably say that it prohibits calling for boycotts of products produced by Israeli settlements located in territories captured in 1967.  But that’s the wrong answer, which is surprising given how recently the law was passed by the Knesset.  More and more Facebook pages display photographs of Israeli leftists wearing buttons declaring they’re boycotting products from the settlements.

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July 25, 2011
Análisis

The law actually deals with boycotting Israel as a whole - not only settlements

What’s the “Boycott Law” about?  If you ask Israelis that question, particularly those opposed to the law, they’ll probably say that it prohibits calling for boycotts of products produced by Israeli settlements located in territories captured in 1967.  But that’s the wrong answer, which is surprising given how recently the law was passed by the Knesset.  More and more Facebook pages display photographs of Israeli leftists wearing buttons declaring they’re boycotting products from the settlements.

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July 25, 2011
en las noticias

Monday, June 27, the Knesset Constitution, Law and Justice Committee will deliberate the “Damage to the State of Israel by Means of Boycott- 2011″ bill. The bill was proposed in the Knesset on July 2010 by head of the coalition, MK Ze’ev Elkin (Likud) and other MK’s. The bill is focused on preventing citizens of Israel from protesting against the occupation by means of initiating a boycott.