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John Greyson, a prominent Canadian filmmaker, has recently turned down an offer to premiere his film Fig Trees at the Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival, in support of BDS. Greyson is a member of Queers Against Israeli Apartheid. He cites Israeli Apartheid Week as one of the main reasons for his boycott action.

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“United Against Apartheid, Colonialism and Occupation - Dignity & Justice for the Palestinian People”
Israel Review Conference
Geneva, 18-19 April 2009
Visit: http://israelreview.bdsmovement.net


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March 17, 2009
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“United Against Apartheid, Colonialism and Occupation: Dignity & Justice for the Palestinian People”

Israel Review Conference
Geneva, 18-19 April 2009

Visit: http://israelreview.bdsmovement.net

United Against Racism, Dignity & Justice for All - is the slogan of the United Nations‘ Durban Review Conference to be held in Geneva between 20 and 24 April 2009.

March 17, 2009
In the News

“United Against Apartheid, Colonialism and Occupation: Dignity & Justice for the Palestinian People”

Israel Review Conference
Geneva, 18-19 April 2009

Visit: http://israelreview.bdsmovement.net

United Against Racism, Dignity & Justice for All - is the slogan of the United Nations‘ Durban Review Conference to be held in Geneva between 20 and 24 April 2009.

March 17, 2009
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Over 150 Jewish Canadians signed the below statement expressing their concerns about the campaign to suppress criticism of Israel that is being carried on within Canada. It was sent to several mainstream Canadian newspapers that refused to publish it.

 

Jewish Canadians Concerned about Suppression of Criticism of Israel

March 16, 2009
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New Guide to Action Available [1] - In December 2008, Israel decided to mark the 60th anniversary of its existence the same way it had established itself – perpetrating massacres against the Palestinian people. In 23 days, Israel killed more than 1,300 and injured over 5,000 Palestinians in Gaza.

March 14, 2009
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New Guide to Action Available [1] - In December 2008, Israel decided to mark the 60th anniversary of its existence the same way it had established itself – perpetrating massacres against the Palestinian people. In 23 days, Israel killed more than 1,300 and injured over 5,000 Palestinians in Gaza.

March 14, 2009