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The Israeli academic and cultural establishment has always been keen on securing a place for Israel in the global academic and cultural arena as part of its untiring efforts to make Israel appear as a normal state and society.  The Israeli establishment has developed a “tradition” of honoring international academics and cultural figures through prizes, such as the Wolf Prize, the Dan David Prize, and the Jerusalem Prize, which are awarded every year.  In such events, the Israeli branding machine goes into full gear, bestowing international scholars, artists and writers

February 3, 2013
Declaração PACBI

The Israeli academic and cultural establishment has always been keen on securing a place for Israel in the global academic and cultural arena as part of its untiring efforts to make Israel appear as a normal state and society.  The Israeli establishment has developed a “tradition” of honoring international academics and cultural figures through prizes, such as the Wolf Prize, the Dan David Prize, and the Jerusalem Prize, which are awarded every year.  In such events, the Israeli branding machine goes into full gear, bestowing international scholars, artists and writers

February 3, 2013
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2012 has been an exciting year for the growth of the cultural and academic boycott of Israel, a pillar of the global BDS movement.  In what follows we would like to offer the main highlights of the year.  This is far from an exhaustive list, though, so we hope that we shall be forgiven by each and every activist who contributed to a victory that space did not allow mentioning here.  We call on our partners and activists around the world to continue in this spirit in 2013 and to especially work
January 5, 2013
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2012 has been an exciting year for the growth of the cultural and academic boycott of Israel, a pillar of the global BDS movement.  In what follows we would like to offer the main highlights of the year.  This is far from an exhaustive list, though, so we hope that we shall be forgiven by each and every activist who contributed to a victory that space did not allow mentioning here.  We call on our partners and activists around the world to continue in this spirit in 2013 and to especially work
January 5, 2013
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2012 fue un año muy fructífero porque se incrementó el boicot cultural y académico a Israel, pilar de la Campaña internacional de BDS. A continuación presentamos los logros más destacados de ese año. No obstante, la lista está lejos de ser completa por lo que esperamos nos perdonen todos y cada uno de los y las activistas que contribuyeron a algún logro que por espacio no hemos podido incluir aquí. Hacemos un llamamiento a compañeros y activistas de todo el mundo para que mantengan este espíritu en 2013 y para que sigan trabajando.
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bombed by Israeli Apache helicopters and F16 and V58 fighter planes for 22 days, ultimately causing the deaths of more than 1400 Palestinians, predominatly civlians.

December 3, 2012
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bombed by Israeli Apache helicopters and F16 and V58 fighter planes for 22 days, ultimately causing the deaths of more than 1400 Palestinians, predominatly civlians.

December 3, 2012
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margin-left:0cm">For several years now, universities in Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia, and elsewhere have been establishing academic programs and centers, faculty chairs, fellowships and scholarships, study abroad programs, journals, and other activities and schemes in Israel Studies.
November 1, 2012
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margin-left:0cm">For several years now, universities in Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia, and elsewhere have been establishing academic programs and centers, faculty chairs, fellowships and scholarships, study abroad programs, journals, and other activities and schemes in Israel Studies.
November 1, 2012
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Earlier in September, in the lead up to a performance by the Red Hot Chili Peppers in apartheid Israel, a worldwide campaign calling on them to cancel their show gathered steam.  Over the last several months, our South African, Lebanese, Indian, American, Israeli, and Italian partners, among others, had all written letters to RHCP, and a petition was set up that garnered over 7500 signatures [1], a first of its kind. 
 
In Lebanon, days before their show, the famous band, Mashrou3 Leila, announced that it would be opening for RHCP and a huge online deb
October 3, 2012