Boicot, Desinversión, Sanciones (BDS) es un movimiento dirigido por palestinos por la libertad, la justicia y la igualdad. BDS sostiene el principio simple que los palestinos tienen derecho a los mismos derechos que el resto de la humanidad.
A Nobel Prize has been awarded to George P. Smith, a renowned scientist and longtime advocate for Palestinian rights who supports the BDS movement and has called for an end to US military aid to Israel. The BDS movement congratulates Professor Smith.
February 2, 2018 — Norwegian parliamentarian Bjørnar Moxnes has officially nominated the BDS movement for Palestinian rights for a Nobel Peace Prize. He did so with the support of his party, the progressive Rødt (Red) Party, explaining why BDS "should be supported without reservation by all democratically-minded people and states."
2 de febrero de 2018 - El parlamentario noruego Bjørnar Moxnes ha nominado oficialmente al movimiento BDS por los derechos del pueblo palestino para el Premio Nobel de la Paz. Lo hizo con el apoyo de su partido, el partido progresista Rødt (Rojo), explicando por qué el BDS “debería ser apoyado sin reservas por todas las personas y países con mentalidad democrática”.
Occupied Palestine - On the eve of the International Day of Solidarity with the People of Palestine, 52 international notables issued a statement calling for “urgent … international action towards a mandatory, comprehensive military embargo against Israel.” Though directly motivated by Israel’s latest war of aggression against the 1.6 million Palestinians in the occupied and besieged Gaza Strip, the statement is also a reaction to Israel’s decades-old military occupation and persistent denial of the UN-sanctioned rights of the Palestinian people.
A group of Nobel peace prize-winners, prominent artists and activists have issued a call for an international military boycott of Israel following its assault on the Gaza Strip this month.
The letter also denounces the US, EU and several developing countries for what it describes as their "complicity" through weapons sales and other military support in the attack that killed 160 Palestinians, many of them ci