CAFeko Akziodunen Batzarreko ekintzaileak: Jerusalem okupatutik alde!; Jaitsi Apartheid Trenetik!

CAFen Akziodunen Batzar Nagusia (ABN) dela eta, giza eskubideen aldeko ekintzaileek manifestazioa egin dute beste behin CAFek Beasainen (Euskal Herria, Espainiar Estatua) dituen bulegoen aurrean, non "ABN ekitaldia" egiten ari zen , CAFi eta bere akziodunei esateko: Jerusalem okupatuan legez kanpoko negozio honi amaiera emateko!

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PACBI Statement
PACBI and the entire BDS movement around the world celebrated what commentators described as a “crushing defeat”[1] of legal efforts by Israel and its powerful lobby groups to delegitimize BDS and anti-Zionist activism in general.
April 3, 2013
PACBI Statement

When far-right Christian Zionists as infamous as John C. Hagee and Rick Perry and Israeli leaders accused of war crimes like Shimon Peres and Benjamin Netanyahu propose a project, any project, it cannot be good for Palestinians or for humankind.

November 7, 2013
PACBI Statement

As the BDS movement continues to grow at a fast pace, many activists around the world, including in Palestine, often wonder what institution or corporation to target and how. Whether it is an academic, cultural, economic, sports or other BDS campaign, selecting the boycott or divestment target is often not as straightforward as many may think, particularly if the overall BDS strategy of mainstreaming is taken into consideration. Here we focus on cultural and academic boycott targets specifically.

May 5, 2014
PACBI Statement

We also call upon world governments to

impose sanctions against Israel to pressure it to comply with international law and the

pertinent UN Security Council resolutions.

It is no coincidence that a similar

advisory opinion by the ICJ, which in 1971 denounced South Africa’s occupation of

Namibia, triggered what became the world’s largest and most concerted campaign of

sanctions directed against the apartheid regime.

July 9, 2004
PACBI Statement

We believe that participation of international academics and intellectuals in conferences, festivals, or similar events in Israel not explicitly dedicated to ending Israel‘s illegal occupation and other forms of oppression only enhances Israel‘s image as a center of learning and the arts, and contributes to the propagation of the untruth that scholarship and politics or art and politics should be kept separate and that business as usual need not be disturbed by the intrusion of "politics." We are certain that as a conscientious scholar you do not subscribe to such form

June 27, 2006
PACBI Statement

Israel at 60 is a state that is still denying Palestinian refugees their UN-sanctioned rights, simply because they are "non-Jews." It is still illegally occupying Palestinian and other Arab lands, in violation of numerous UN resolutions. In the occupied Palestinian territory (OPT), Israel is continuing the construction of its colonies and massive Wall in direct violation of the Fourth Geneva Convention as well as the advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) of July 2004.

February 22, 2008
PACBI Statement

At a time when the Israeli government is unleashing the full force of its military might in an all-out war against an essentially defenceless population in the occupied Gaza Strip, celebrating Tel Aviv while Gaza burns is morally repulsive. It is an indefensible position for an academic institution to take while a population, over half of whom are children, are subject to daily attacks that are widely recognized as violating international humanitarian law and basic human rights.

January 9, 2009
PACBI Statement

Once again, the membership of the University and College Union (UCU) has not let Palestinians down.  The Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI) salutes our British colleagues for their steadfast and principled support for the cause of justice and peace in Palestine and for adopting, at the UCU’s annual congress on 27 May 2009, significant steps in the direction of applying effective pressure on Israel and holding it accountable for its colonial and apartheid policies which violate international law and fundamental human rights.

May 27, 2009
PACBI Statement

The Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI) and the Palestinian Students‘ Campaign for the Academic Boycott of Israel (PSCABI) call on students, lecturers and film-makers to boycott the 13th International Student Film Festival, scheduled for June 2010 in the city of Tel Aviv.

January 17, 2010
PACBI Statement
May 21, 2010