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Hundreds of students packed the University of Michigan student government meeting for last night’s divestment vote.
Israel is not only one of the world’s most negatively viewed countries, but its reputation is deteriorating, according to the BBC World Service’s latest global survey.
The US is now the only Western country that holds favorable views of Israel and in some European countries, including Germany, positive views of Israel are in the single digits.
The 2013 Country Ratings Poll, conducted by GlobeScan/PIPA for the BBC among 26,299 people
On 15 April 2012, Horia Ankour, 30, a French nursing student, boarded Air France flight 4384 from Nice to Tel Aviv. She was traveling as part of a solidarity initiative called “Welcome to Palestine.”
Just minutes before the aircraft was scheduled to take off, a cabin attendant approached Ms. Ankour, took her to a corner and asked her whether she had an Israeli passport.
Yes To, Inc. won’t say where the Dead Sea mud it uses is sourced and processed.
Scan the brightly-colored tubes and pots of face creams, shampoos and other products labeled “Yes to Carrots” and you’ll find no mention of “Israel.”
But that wasn’t always the case.
Just over a year since an Orange County jury, in a politically-motivated prosecution,convicted the “Irvine 11” students for disrupting a lecture by Israeli Ambassdor
Agents from Israel’s spy and international assassination organization Mossad, and dozens of police officers were deployed to stop protests at a basketball match between Israel’s Maccabi Electra and the home team in the eastern French city of Chalon on 25 October.
One spectator managed to break on to the court unfurling a Palestinian flag, while several others were arrested, according to local media reports.
The match, part of the “Turkis
A “human rights” conference at the University of Connecticut was in disarray after almost all the speakers pulled out.
“Because of the treatment and policies of Israel towards the Palestinian people, we strongly discourage South Africans from going there,” South Africa’s deputy minister of international relations and co-operation has told the Mail & Guardian.