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Following an unexplained, abnormal delay in his visa application, which prevented him from travelling to the UK to speak at the Labour Party Conference fringe, BDS movement co-founder has had his visa granted by the British government.

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Several groups, including the Portland Democratic Socialists of America, protested the Blazers' relationship with the company, which supplies rifle scopes to the U.S. military and other armed forces.

Analysis

As the University of Cape Town weighs refraining from relations with Israeli Universities enabling the gross violation of Palestinian human rights, renowned South African international law scholar Prof. John Dugard finds that UCT "would be acting in accordance with South African law if it were to take a decision to uphold South Africa’s international obligations and the Bill of Rights in its relations with universities in a country that egregiously violates human rights."
 

September 24, 2019
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Palestinian voices, including Mr. Barghouti, will still be heard at Conference

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Court orders City of Bonn to allow Women’s Association to participate in festival, ruling their exclusion due to BDS support is “not even remotely justified.”

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National working group for BDS organizing approved at 2019 DSA national convention. In 2017, the organization endorsed the BDS movement.

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Seven human rights organizations based in Israel tell the German Parliament it is a disservice to the true fight against antisemitism to equate it with BDS.