Anti-Israel economic boycotts are gaining speed

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by Nehemia Shtrasler, Haaretz, 5 Sept 2010 "Human-rights organizations in Europe are essentially running campaigns to boycott Israeli products. They are demonstrating at…
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Livni: Growing isolation will prevent Israeli Army from acting as it wants

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Livni claims: Israel can save itself from global isolation By Mazal Mualem, Haaretz June 7, 2010 "Israel is facing a difficult time right now, perhaps the most difficult in our…
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Zionist think tank fears BDS campaign 'can constrain' Israeli military operations in the future

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‘Highly respected’ Israeli think tank says: BDS campaign is ‘strategic threat’ Israel’s dependence on trade makes it vulnerable BDS campaign ‘can constrain’ Israeli military…
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Palestinian academic, Samia al Botmeh, explains the value & effectiveness of academic boycott

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Palestinian academic, Samia al Botmeh, talks about the effectiveness of academic boycott of Israel. In conversation with Mike Cushman on 27 April 2008 Israeli military occupation…
Israel has a lot of tanks...

Boycott - non-violent, possible, effective...already

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Ronnie Kasrils, Jewish fighter in the liberation struggle in South Africa, addressed the Israelis after a visit to Palestine: “At a certain point in time you think that the…
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Victory! Royal Bank of Scotland retreats in face of determined opposition

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Faced with determined opposition, the Royal Bank of Scotland has retreated from its attempt to damage a group campaigning for Palestinian human rights, Friends of Al Aqsa, by…

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Israel and Settler Society by Lorenzo Veracini

The struggle between Israel and the Palestinians is not unique -- whatever the news media may suggest. Lorenzo Veracini argues that the conflict is best understood in terms of colonialism. Like many other societies, Israel is a settler society. Looking in detail at the evolution of other colonial regimes -- apartheid South Africa, French Algeria and Australia -- Veracini presents a thoughtful interpretation of the dynamics of colonialism, offering a clear framework within which to understand the middle east crisis.