Indian Campaign for the Academic & Cultural Boycott of Israel

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Palestine belongs to the Arabs in the same sense that England belongs to the English or France to the French... What is going on in Palestine today cannot be justified by any moral code of conduct.

 

Mahatma Gandhi

Editorial, The Harijan, 26-11-1938

Why a Boycott?

Palestinian Call

We, Palestinian academics and intellectuals, call upon our colleagues in the international community to comprehensively and consistently boycott all Israeli academic and cultural institutions as a contribution to the struggle to end Israel's occupation, colonization and system of apartheid

Indian Call

Both academia and the arts are deeply rooted in the values of democracy, equality and justice. They have invited The Cameri Theatre from Israel to perform at Siri Fort on November 4th as part of the Festival’s celebration of “the spirit of Delhi”..

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19 Aug 2015

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Indian

Whether the current phase of Israel’s intensified repression and Palestinian popular resistance will evolve into a full-fledged intifada or not, one thing is already evident—a new generation of Palestinians is marching on the footsteps of previous generations, rising up en masse against Israel’s brutal, decades-old regime of occupation, settler colonialism and apartheid.   World governments, especially in the west, are...
Writing Palestine

Aug. 12, 2012

Salman Abu Sitta: The Palestinian History Weapon

By: Yazan al-Saadi [1] - Published on Al Akhbar English - Sunday, August 5, 2012 

The war runs along several fronts, not only militarily, but it [is] also a battle over the minds of people…We are not trying to obliterate any other history – we are trying to say that we will not allow you [Israel] to erase ours,” Salman Abu Sitta explains in a soft, confident voice.

Resistance, especially through non-violence, has always been part of the Palestinian struggle against Zionist colonization.

Aug 7, 2012

Book review: Comic curmudgeon Harvey Pekar faces truth about Israel

Not the Israel my Parents Promised Me is the story of one of the quietest of human dramas: the act of changing one’s mind. In this graphic novel, legendary comic book writer Harvey Pekar and illustrator JT Waldman examine Pekar’s disillusionment with the State of Israel. Pekar and Waldman weave together Jewish history with Pekar’s memories from his childhood experiences as the son of ardent Zionists. Published two years after his death, the book captures Pekar’s talent for unabashed truth-telling.

Aug. 5, 2012

Israel a Violator of UN Resolutions, Must be Isolated

Madhuri Santanam Sondhi, in Cultural boycott of Israel will not bring peace (15 July, 2012) argues that the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel will not bring peace to Palestine. Instead, she counter-poses what she calls "conflict resolution" as a method to bring peace...

July 24, 2012

By J. Kēhaulani Kauanui, Robin D. G. Kelley, Bill V. Mullen, Nikhil Pal Singh, and Neferti X. M. Tadiar

We are a group of scholars and academics who teach at universities in the United States who were part of a January 2012 delegation sponsored by the US Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel, which was a weeklong, fact-finding trip within '48 Israel and the Occupied West Bank...

July 5, 2012

By J. Kēhaulani Kauanui

When reflecting on the week-long visit to Occupied Palestine and Israel - the delegation organized by the US Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (USACBI) - in some ways, the meeting that was the most provocative was with the Palestinian academics...

JULY 19, 2012

The Path of Resistance

Talking Palestine to Power

by SONJA KARKAR

Today, there is no excuse for not knowing the truth about Palestine.  Even taking the disinformation spread in mainstream media, there are enough glimpses one gets of an oppressed people in Gaza, the West Bank and East Jerusalem that should compel us to ask questions.

Sukumar Muralidharan

After blustery threats failed to banish the item from the agenda, the U.S. and Israel retaliated in their own ways when the U.N. cultural body UNESCO, voted overwhelmingly to admit Palestine as a full member. The U.S. cut off all financial support and Israel announced plans to build a few thousand more dwelling units in occupied Palestinian land.