Updates from the palestinian BDS National Committee (BNC)

PACBI Statement

Palestinian Civil Society Calls for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions against Israel Until it Complies with International Law and Universal Principles of Human Rights

July 11, 2005
PACBI Statement


July 10, 2005
Open Letter

Palestinian Civil Society Calls for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions against Israel Until it Complies with International Law and Universal Principles of Human Rights - 9 July 2005

July 9, 2005
PACBI Statement

Un an après que l'avis consultatif historique de la Cour Internationale de Justice (CIJ) qui a jugé illégal le mur qu'Israel construit sur le territoire palestinien occupé, Israel continue sa construction du mur colonial au mépris total de la décision de la Cour.

July 9, 2005
PACBI Statement

We strongly urge you to extrapolate your Call to

reach the logical next step:

Calling upon Israeli academics to conscientiously

object to service in the occupation army. As you know, most Israeli academics do

serve in the reserve forces, thereby witnessing in silence or directly participating in

Israel's crimes against the civilian Palestinian population.

The collusion of

Israel's academic institutions in the violation of international law and basic human rights

of Palestinians is
multi-faceted and entrenched.

July 6, 2005
PACBI Statement

Durante años, académicos israelíes han servido en el ejército de ocupación,

participando o al menos siendo testigo de los cotidianos crímenes cometidos sobre la

población civil palestina. Apenas han denunciado públicamente la ocupación de Israel,

ni su sistema de discriminación contra sus propios ciudadanos palestinos, ni su

imperturbable rechazo al derecho internacionalmente reconocido de los palestinos

para volver a sus hogares y propiedades.

July 5, 2005
PACBI Statement

Boycotting Israeli institutions due to their complicity in

Israel’s racist and colonial policies against the Palestinians remains formidably on the

agenda. We may not get tangible results this year, but the prospects for success next

year or the following one are much greater now. Many more years separated the ANC’s

call for boycott of apartheid -- issued in 1956 -- and the actual implementation of

meaningful sanctions. What matters most is that the taboo has indeed been shattered.

May 25, 2005