Updates from the palestinian BDS National Committee (BNC): Posted by Palestinian BDS National Committee

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Ten years of siege, two years since the 2014 Israeli massacre - it’s high time for accountability and for a two-way military embargo on Israel!

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More than 23,000 people have signed an appeal urging the UN to take measures to protect the rights of Palestinian, Israeli and international human rights defenders who campaign nonviolently for Palestinian rights, including through the BDS movement.

The appeal is organised by the Palestinian BDS National Committee (BNC), the broadest coalition of Palestinian civil society organisations that leads and supports the BDS movement.

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A demonstration against Israel's 2014 attack on Gaza in France, where the government has been prosecuting BDS activists

  • Dutch foreign minister says BDS “protected by the freedom of expression”
  • Irish foreign minister says BDS is a “legitimate polit
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The latest statement by G4S regarding its relationship with the Israeli prison service, police and military shows that it is still not taking adequate steps to address its involvement in Israeli human rights violations, Palestinian civil society campaigners say. Leaders of some of the biggest UK trade unio...

BNC Statement

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The Palestinian labor movement welcomes the declaration from the Human Rights Secretariat of the Uruguayan Federation of Workers of Services and Commerce (Fuecys) calling for the boycott of Israeli products and for companies in Uruguay to break their ties with Israel’s apartheid.

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More than 150,000 joined a protest in London against Israel's 2014 massacre of Palestinians in Gaza and there were la..

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Update 4pm 10 May: The Israeli government has confirmed that Omar's "residency is under review by the attorney general". An Interior Ministry spokeswoman told AFP that the Interior Minister is considering Omar's permanent residency status and that “His (BDS) activities are also part of this.” This shows that the measures being taken against Omar are deeply political.