Omar Barghouti call for South African moment to get Israeli boots off Palestine’s neck

Omar Barghouti is being BANNED by Israel from going to see his mother who is having a critical cancer surgery in Jordan

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English and Arabic below.

Dear all,

​This is to share with you that ​Israel has effectively banned me from traveling to Amman, Jordan to accompany my mother ​during an upcoming critical surgery.

My mother, Wafieh Barghouti, is 75 years old. She was diagnosed with cancer a few months ago, and has been fighting it every since with bravery, dignity, and lots of her typically stinging political commentary on Facebook!

​For months now, every time I needed to travel to Amman to be with ​my mother during ​a ​chemotherapy​ session​, I had to obtain a court order to ​temporarily ​suspend the travel ban imposed on m​e by the Israeli authorities.

In response to a​n​​ urgent request from my lawyers​ — that explained my mother’s upcoming surgery and the need for me to be with her​ — an Israeli court ​temporarily ​suspended ​the travel ban ​​from January ​2nd to the 16th, ​2018.

However, the Israeli Ministry of Interior​, despite being informed about the surgery,​has ​for almost 3 weeks failed to renew my Israeli travel document, without which I cannot travel to Jordan. ​

My lawyer first applied to the Ministry for the​ travel​document’s renewal on 17 December 2017 and has followed that up with three urgent letters: on 27 December 2017, 2 January 2018 and today, 4 January 2018. She has also sent to the ministry a copy of a letter written by my mother’s oncologist indicating dates of the surgery and follow-up therapy.

Given the well-established record of the Israeli regime’s all-out war on the nonviolent BDS movement for Palestinian rights and on me personally, I have no doubt that this is yet another form of “punishment” for my role ​in the movement ​as a human rights defender fighting for freedom, justice and equality.

Imposing a travel ban on me, threatening me with “civil assassination,” and desperately​ — and repeatedly –​trying to tarnish my reputation all pale in comparison with the war crimes and crimes against humanity (including apartheid) perpetrated by Israel’s regime of oppression against millions of Palestinians. ​

The siege on 2 million Palestinians in Gaza, denying them basic rights and freedoms​ …

the denial of the UN-stipulated right to return home for millions of Palestinian refugees …

the endless theft of land and construction of illegal colonial settlements in the occupied West Bank, especially in and around Jerusalem …

the ongoing ethnic cleansing of whole communities in the Naqab and the Jordan Valley …

the dozens of racist Israeli laws and the brutal apartheid regime that makes apartheid in South Africa look like a “picnic” in comparison, as the Speaker of the South African parliament has stated …

the heinous murder in December 2017 of Ibrahim Abu Thurayyah, the double amputee Palestinian hero who was shot in the Gaza ghetto — while protesting with a Palestinian flag — by an Israeli soldier whose savagery reminds us of that of German soldiers in suppressing the Warsaw ghetto uprising …

the repression against Ahed Tamimi, a 16-year-old Palestinian heroine and symbol of our popular resistance, for daring to slap the occupation in the face, literally and figuratively …

They all reveal not just a brutal oppressor but also a morally bankrupt regime of oppression that is lashing out with utter cruelty and despair after realizing that its support base around the world is fast eroding.

​Being part of this great people that is steadfasting and resisting against all odds, I reiterate that all their intimidation and bullying ​​will never deter me from doing what’s right–continuing my modest contribution to my people’s struggle for liberation.

Like almost all Palestinians, I can never accept slavery as fate and will never stop fighting oppression until we can live ​in justice and dignity.​

Mother, forgive me, I shall not be physically with you in your testing time. ​Ours is an insignificant sacrifice when compared to our people’s many heart-aching sacrifices. But I’ll be with you in spirit, and I know that you firmly support me in standing up to their bullying and shouting: “We shall overcome.”

Some of you will ask, “what can we do to help? Shall we send letters to the authorities to pressure them?” As most of you will guess, my answer is: Nothing ​from the outside can pressure Israel’s regime of occupation and apartheid like BDS. The time of appeasement and groveling appeals to them to respect our rights must come to an end.

To help lift Israel’s boots off of our ​necks, I ​call for more creative, strategic and sustained BDS ​campaigns, leading to effective international sanctions similar to those imposed on apartheid South Africa. Only then can justice prevail.

Sincerely,
Omar​ Barghouti​

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العزيزات والأعزاء،

أكتب إليكم لأطلعكم على أن إسرائيل منعتني فعليا من السفر إلى عمّان، الأردن لمرافقة أمي خلال عملية جراحية حرجة ستخضع لها بعد أيام قليلة.

والدتي، وفية البرغوثي، تبلغ من العمر 75 عاما. تم تشخيصها بالسرطان قبل بضعة أشهر، ومنذ ذلك الوقت تقاوم المرض بشجاعة وكرامة وبالكثير من تعليقاتها السياسية اللاذعة (كالعادة) في الفيسبوك!

لأشهر الآن، في كل مرة كنت بحاجة فيها للسفر إلى عمّان لأقف مع والدتي خلال جلسات العلاج الكيميائي، كان علي الحصول على أمر مؤقت من المحكمة بتعليق حظر السفر المفروض عليّ من قبل السلطات الإسرائيلية.

ورداً على طلب عاجل من محاميتي – ذكرت فيه جراحة والدتي القادمة وضرورة أن أكون معها – قامت محكمة إسرائيلية بتعليق حظر السفر مؤقتا من 2 إلى 16 يناير 2018.

إلا إن وزارة الداخلية الإسرائيلية، رغم معرفتها بموضوع الجراحة، تماطل منذ ثلاثة أسابيع تقريبا في تجديد وثيقة السفر الإسرائيلية التي أحملها، والتي بدونها لا أستطيع السفر إلى الأردن.

لقد تقدمت محامیتي لأول مرة بطلب إلی الوزارة لتجدید وثیقة السفر في 17 دیسمبر 2017، وتابعت الطلب بعدها بثلاث رسائل عاجلة: في 27 دیسمبر 2017 و 2 ینایر 2018 والیوم، 4 ینایر 2018. کما أرسلت إلی الوزارة نسخة من رسالة كتبتها طبيبة الأورام االتي تعالج والدتي تشير إلى تواريخ الجراحة والعلاج الذي يليها.

بالنظر إلى السجل الموثّق للحرب الشاملة التي يشنّها النظام الإسرائيلي الاستعماري على حركة المقاطعة BDS وعليّ شخصيا، ليس لدي شك في أن هذا الحرمان من حقي في السفر هو شكل آخر من أشكال “العقاب” بسبب دوري في الحركة كمدافع عن حقوق الإنسان يكافح من أجل الحرية والعدالة والمساواة لشعبه.

إن فرض حظر السفر عليّ، وتهديدي بـ “الاغتيال المدني”، والمحاولات اليائسة والمتكررة لتشويه سمعتي كلها تهون بالمقارنة مع جرائم الحرب والجرائم ضد الإنسانية (بما فيها نظام الفصل العنصري-الأبارتهايد) التي يرتكبها نظام الاضطهاد الإسرائيلي بحق الملايين من شعبنا الفلسطيني.

فالحصار على مليوني فلسطيني في غزة، وحرمانهم من الحقوق والحريات الأساسية …

وإنكار حق العودة إلى الديار (المكفول في القانون الدولي) لملايين اللاجئين الفلسطينيين …

والسرقة المتصاعدة للأراضي وبناء المستعمرات غير الشرعية عليها في الضفة الغربية المحتلة، وخاصة في القدس وحولها …

والتطهير العرقي المستمر لتجمعات بأكملها في النقب وغور الأردن …

وعشرات القوانين العنصرية ونظام الأبارتهايد الوحشي الذي يجعل الأبارتهايد في جنوب أفريقيا يبدو كـ”النزهة” بالمقارنة، كما صرّحت رئيسة برلمان جنوب أفريقيا …

والقتل البشع في ديسمبر 2017 في غيتو غزة للبطل الفلسطيني الشهيد إبراهيم أبو ثريا — الذي بترت ساقاه وأصر على المشاركة في المظاهرات ضد قرار ترامب بعلم فلسطيني — على يد جندي إسرائيلي تذكِّرنا وحشيته بوحشية الجنود الألمان الذين قمعوا انتفاضة غيتو وارسو …

والقمع ضد عهد التميمي، البطلة الفلسطينية التي تبلغ من العمر 16 عاما وإحدى رموز مقاومتنا الشعبية، انتقاماً منها بعد أن صفعت الاحتلال في وجهه، حرفيا ومجازياً …

إن كل هذا لا يكشف عن مجرد قمع إجرامي، بل أيضا عن نظام اضطهاد استعماري مفلس أخلاقيا، يتخبط وينتقم بوحشية ويأس بعد إدراكه أن قاعدة دعمه في العالم بدأت تتآكل بسرعة.

وباعتباري جزءاً من هذا الشعب العظيم الذي يصمد ويقاوم رغم كل الصعاب، أكرر أن كل إرهابهم لن يثنيني عن القيام بما يجب – أي مواصلة إسهامي المتواضع في كفاح شعبي من أجل التحرير.

ومثل كل الفلسطينيين تقريبا، لا يمكنني أبدا أن أقبل العبودية كمصير، ولن أوقف أبدا نضالي ضد اضطهادهم حتى نتمكن من العيش أحراراً بعدل وكرامة.

أمي، سامحيني، لن أكون معك جسدياً في وقت محنتك. إن تضحياتنا ضئيلة جدا بالمقارنة مع تضحيات شعبنا المؤلمة. ولكني سأكون معك روحاً، وأنا أعلم أنك تؤيديني بقوة في الوقوف ضد بلطجتهم وفي إيماني بأننا حتما سننتصر.

ربما يسأل بعضكم: “ماذا يمكننا أن نفعل للمساعدة، هل نراسل السلطات الإسرائيلية للضغط عليها؟” ربما يخمن معظمكم جوابي و هو: لا شيء في الخارج يضغط على نظام الاحتلال والأبارتهايد الإسرائيلي مثل المقاطعة BDS. يجب أن ينتهي زمن الذل واستجداء حقوقنا.

للمساعدة في رفع الظلم الإسرائيلي عن رقابنا، نحن بحاجة لتصعيد حملات المقاطعة المبدعة والاستراتيجية، وصولاً إلى فرض عقوبات دولية موجعة كتلك التي فرضت على نظام الأبارتهايد في جنوب أفريقيا من قبل. فقط حينها ستسود العدالة.

مع الاحترام،

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Don’t do it, Bryan Adams: Nothing ultimate about it

Canadian BDS Coalition, December 4, 2017

DEC 2, 2017 — Despite promise to meet with us, Bryan Adams has not been in touch.

This is the last chance to tell Bryan Adam’s do NOT do it!

Say NO to Apartheid Israel, don’t play in Israel.

Roger Waters, Checkpoint 303 and 25 other artists have said NO!

Groups and individuals all around the world have said NO.

Tweet @bryanadams #bryanadamsultimate is NOT ultimate. It is apartheid. UNPLUG.

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LETTER FROM ORGANIZATIONS AROUND THE WORLD

Dear Bryan Adams

With just under two weeks until you are scheduled to play three concerts in Israel, we wish to bring to your attention our concerns as we insist that you stand on the right side of history by cancelling your Israeli concerts.

The Government of Israel overtly uses culture as a form of propaganda to whitewash or justify the regime of military occupation, settler-colonialism, and apartheid over the Palestinian people. Just as South African anti-apartheid activists called on international artists, writers, and cultural institutions to culturally boycott South Africa, Palestinians urge international cultural workers and cultural organizations, including unions and associations, to boycott and/or work towards the cancellation of events, activities, agreements, or projects involving Israel, Israeli lobby groups or Israeli cultural institutions. International venues and festivals are asked to reject funding and any form of sponsorship from the Israeli government. Thousands of artists across the world now refuse to perform in Israel, including a host of global superstars such as Roger Waters from Pink Floyd, Lauryn Hill, and Chuck D.

The Canadian BDS Coalition, the Québec BDS Coalition, Boycott from Within Israel, and other groups and individuals from civil society around the world have joined along with fellow artists over the last several months to urge you to cancel these performances, and to observe the international call for a cultural boycott of Israel. Despite this, thus far, you have refused to cancel your concerts on December 4, 5, and 6 in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. This request is now supported by those individuals and organizations listed at the bottom of the letter. Please be aware that the displeasure grows with respect to your proposed appearances in Israel.

By performing in Israel, you become complicit in the war crimes of the Government of Israel. This is fundamentally wrong.

We expect you know, or reasonable should know, the brutality of the Israel Occupation Force on the residents of Palestine. In fact you spoke about this during the 2014 attack on Gaza. We remind you that grade schools are routinely invaded by the soldiers to frighten small children; children are arrested in the middle of the night by a large force of armed soldiers invading their homes and beating any who resist; and that Israel is the only state that systemically detains and prosecutes children under Military Law. Israeli Occupation Forces protect the settlers living in the illegal settlements while the settlers destroy Palestinian olive groves and violently evict Palestinians from their homes. Recently, special rapporteur to the UN for the occupied Palestinian territory, Michael Lynk has indicted that Israel is an illegal occupant. Lynk submitted that Israel’s role as occupation has crossed the red line of international law.

The continued support by the Government of Israel to the illegal settlements around Jerusalem and in East Jerusalem is particularly worrisome as basic human rights of the Palestinian population are being trampled. That you would countenance such actions by performing in Israel is morally and ethically bankrupt. To play in Jerusalem even as Israel has passed the Greater Jerusalem legislation shows complete disregard for human rights and international law.

We prevail upon you to listen to the call from artists and civil society around the world to cancel your performances in Israel, and provide the voice of justice we have come to expect from you.

 

Gaza Action Ireland
Palestinian and Jewish Unity
BDS Vancouver
Palestina Solidariteit
Canada Palestine Association, Vancouver
BDS Vancouver-Coast Salish
Canadian BDS Coalition
Committee for Just Peace in the Middle East, Luxenburg
Toronto BDS

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Montréal, 12 Octobre 2017

Dear Bryan Adams,

The BDS Québec Coalition would like to know if you will be performing in Israel on the 4th, 5th & 6th of December 2017.

In 2014, you courageously defended the population of Gaza: at that time, they were suffering simultaneously from a merciless blockade as well as the effect of their second war in fewer than five years, that had killed thousands and injured tens of thousands of civilian people.

Not all Israelis are responsible for the suffering of Palestinians, just as not all Mississippi residents are collectively responsible for the extremely discriminatory and homophobic measures introduced by their governor. In addition, some may think that music has nothing to do with this entire issue…

Nevertheless, boycott has proven to be a respectable, useful and legitimate tactic to oppose illegal and unjust government policies and practices. By refusing to perform in Mississippi, and despite the personal sacrifices involved, you have joined the many artists before you that have taken this symbolic stand. By doing so, you contribute to the enhancement of the situation, whether in Mississippi, Palestine or elsewhere.

This letter is in line with the demands from the Palestinian civil society. Inspired by the South African anti apartheid struggle, Palestinians in 2005 called for a boycott of Israel until it ends its injustices and upholds human rights.

Since 2014, the situation has only further deteriorated. Palestinians live under segregation conditions, with major movement difficulties within the territories occupied by settlers, and with reaching or leaving Gaza completely impossible.

During this time, too, Israel has multiplied its settler population to over 750,000 in the occupied West Bank, while at the same time banishing over 140,000 Palestinians from living in occupied East-Jerusalem, despite their having being born in the city. In 2016 alone, Israel demolished or seized 1,093 Palestinian-owned structures throughout the West Bank, including East-Jerusalem, leaving 1,600 Palestinians homeless, nearly half of whom are children[1].

This year marks a decade since the start of Israel’s illegal siege on Gaza, where two million Palestinians live in dire conditions. And last March, a United Nations report stated that “evidence supports beyond a reasonable doubt the proposition that Israel is guilty of imposing an apartheid regime on the Palestinian people, which amounts to the commission of a crime against humanity”.

The call to solidarity with the Palestinians has been heard and supported by thousands of artists and celebrated cultural figures from all over the world including Israel. A collective of 500 Montreal artists has committed to answering the call to boycott, including, Lhasa, Gilles Vigneault and Richard Desjardins.

On the international level, supporting the call for boycott are artists such as Annie Lennox, Lauryn Hill, Sinéad O’Connor, Cat Power, Cassandra Wilson, Vanessa Paradis, Natacha Atlas, Aziza Brahim, Roger Waters, Elvis Costello, Brian Eno, U2, Massive Attack, Jello Biafra, Jason Moran, Richard Bona, Eddie Palmieri, Salif Keita, the late Gil Scott-Heron and John Berger. We also find Alice Walker, Gillian Slovo, Naomi Klein, Susan Sarandon, Emma Thompson, Mira Nair, Ken Loach, Mike Leigh, Danny Glover, Peter Brook or Jean Luc Godard: they are well aware of the injustices suffered by the Palestinian people, and have refused to go to Israel as a symbol of solidarity.

We urge you to listen to this call, and to add your name to the list of artists who, rather than standing on the sidelines of history are actually seeking to making history. As Archbishop Desmond Tutu said “If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.

To perform now in Israel is to ignore the call of Palestinian civil society, and to endorse the Israeli apartheid regime. In the name of solidarity, justice and equality, and in the name of the people of Palestine, we urge you to cancel your concerts!

We look forward to hearing a positive response from you, and we would be happy to answer any of your questions regarding the BDS campaign.

 

Sincerely,

 

Zahia, Lorraine, Bruce and Dror, for the BDS Québec Coalition, and the 40 some organisations it represents : Alternatives ● ASSE ● Bateau pour Gaza ● BDS Concordia ● Centre d’appui aux Philippines ● Centre Justice et Foi ● Comité de solidarité avec la Palestine de Québec ● Comité de solidarité avec la Palestine de Trois-Rivières ● Conseil Central Montréal-Métropolitain de la CSN ● CSN ● CSN Construction Laurentides ● College and University Workers United (CUWU) ● Entraide Missionnaire ● Etudiant.e.s de premier cycle de Concordia ● Fédération des femmes du Québec (FFQ) ● FNEEQ ● Fondation Canado-Palestinienne du Québec ● Forum musulman canadien ● FRAPRU ● Conseil régional FTQ Montréal-Métropolitain ● Graduate Student Association Concordia ● Institut Simone de Beauvoir ● Ligue des Droits et Libertés ● Ligue internationale de lutte des peuples au Canada ● Palestiniens et Juifs Unis (PAJU) ● Présence musulmane ● Regroupement des Algériens et Algériennes du Québec ● Québec Solidaire ● Regards palestiniens ● Réseau québécois des études féministes (RéQEF) ● Revue Relation ● SDHPP UdeM ● SDHPP UQAM ● Société St-Jean-Baptiste de Montréal ● SPHR Concordia ● SPHR McGill ● Syndicat des travailleurs et travailleuses des postes (STTP) Région du Québec ● Tadamon ● Voix Juives Indépendantes

 

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Montréal, le 12 Octobre 2017

 

Cher Bryan Adams,

La Coalition BDS Québec souhaiterait obtenir des précisions sur votre intention de vous produire en Israël, les 4, 5 et 6 décembre prochains.

En 2014 vous avez courageusement défendu la population de Gaza souffrant à la fois d’un blocus implacable et d’une deuxième guerre en moins de cinq ans, laissant des milliers de morts et des dizaines de milliers de blessés, civils pour la plupart.

Bien sûr, tous les israéliens ne sont pas responsables de la souffrance des Palestiniens, de même que tous les habitants du Mississippi ne sont pas responsables des mesures homophobes de leur gouverneur. De plus, certains pensent que la musique n’a rien à voir avec tout ça.

Pourtant, le boycott est reconnu comme une tactique respectable, utile et légitime pour s’opposer aux mesures et aux pratiques illégales ou injustes des gouvernements. En refusant de jouer au Mississippi, et malgré les sacrifices que cela implique, vous avez rejoint les nombreux artistes qui, avant vous, avaient accepté de faire ce geste symbolique fort. En le faisant, vous contribuez à faire évoluer une situation tragique, au Mississippi comme en Palestine, ou ailleurs.

Cette lettre relaye un appel de la société civile palestinienne, qui s’inspire de la lutte anti-apartheid d’Afrique du Sud dans les années 1980. En 2005, elle a lancé cet appel international à la solidarité, par le boycott d’Israël, jusqu’à ce que cet Etat mette fin à ses injustices et respecte le droit international et les droits humains.

Depuis 2014, la situation n’a fait que s’aggraver. Les Palestiniens vivent une situation de ségrégation, avec de grandes difficultés de circulation au sein des territoires occupés par les colons, et une impossibilité de se rendre ou de sortir de Gaza.

Entre temps, ce sont maintenant 750.000 colons qui, avec l’aide de l’Etat israélien, occupent la Cisjordanie, tandis que plus de 140.000 Palestiniens ont été bannis de Jérusalem-Est occupée, bien que nés dans cette ville. Rien qu’en 2016, Israël a démoli ou confisqué 1093 bâtiments appartenant à des Palestiniens, en Cisjordanie et à Jérusalem-Est, laissant encore 1.600 Palestiniens sans domicile, près de la moitié d’entre eux étant des enfants[1].

Depuis maintenant plus de 10 ans, Gaza est soumise à un blocus illégal israélien, et deux millions de Palestiniens vivent dans des conditions effroyables. Un rapport des Nations Unies a déclaré en mars dernier que “le poids des preuves confirme, au-delà de tout doute raisonnable, qu’Israël est coupable d’imposer un régime d’apartheid au peuple palestinien, ce qui correspond à la commission de crime contre l’humanité”.

L’appel à la solidarité des Palestiniens a été entendu par des milliers d’artistes et de personnalités du monde culturel dans le monde entier, y compris en Israël. Un collectif de 500 artistes montréalais s’est ainsi engagé à boycotter Israël, dont Lhasa, Gilles Vigneault ou Richard Desjardins.

Au niveau international, parmi celles et ceux qui soutiennent l’appel au boycott, on trouve des artistes comme Annie Lennox, Lauryn Hill, Sinéad O’Connor, Cat Power, Cassandra Wilson, Vanessa Paradis, Natacha Atlas, Aziza Brahim, Roger Waters, Elvis Costello, Brian Eno, U2, Massive Attack, Jello Biafra, Jason Moran, Richard Bona, Eddie Palmieri, Salif Keita, les regrettés Gil Scott-Heron et John Berger, mais aussi Alice Walker, Gillian Slovo, Naomi Klein, Susan Sarandon, Emma Thompson, Mira Nair, Ken Loach, Mike Leigh, Danny Glover, Peter Brook ou Jean Luc Godard, artistes qui ont été mis au courant de la situation et des terribles injustices subies par les Palestiniens, et qui ont renoncé à se rendre en Israël, par geste de solidarité.

Entendez cet appel et ajoutez votre nom à cette prestigieuse liste d’artistes qui vont dans le sens de l’Histoire. Comme l’a dit l’Archevêque Desmond Tutu : « Si vous pensez être neutres dans des situations d’injustice, alors vous avez choisi le côté de l’oppresseur. »

Aujourd’hui, se produire en Israël c’est mépriser l’appel de la société civile palestinienne et cautionner l’apartheid israélien. Au nom de la solidarité, de la justice et de l’égalité, et au nom du peuple palestinien, nous vous demandons d’annuler vos concerts !

Dans l’attente d’une réponse de votre part, nous nous tenons à votre disposition pour tout renseignement supplémentaire quant à la campagne BDS.

Sincèrement,

 

Zahia, Lorraine, Bruce et Dror, pour la Coalition BDS Québec, et les quelques 40 organisations qu’elle représente : Alternatives ● ASSE ● Bateau pour Gaza ● BDS Concordia ● Centre d’appui aux Philippines ● Centre Justice et Foi ● Comité de solidarité avec la Palestine de Québec ● Comité de solidarité avec la Palestine de Trois-Rivières ● Conseil Central Montréal-Métropolitain de la CSN ● CSN ● CSN Construction Laurentides ● College and University Workers United (CUWU) ● Entraide Missionnaire ● Etudiant.e.s de premier cycle de Concordia ● Fédération des femmes du Québec (FFQ) ● FNEEQ ● Fondation Canado-Palestinienne du Québec ● Forum musulman canadien ● FRAPRU ● Conseil régional FTQ Montréal-Métropolitain ● Graduate Student Association Concordia ● Institut Simone de Beauvoir ● Ligue des Droits et Libertés ● Ligue internationale de lutte des peuples au Canada ● Palestiniens et Juifs Unis (PAJU) ● Présence musulmane ● Regroupement des Algériens et Algériennes du Québec ● Québec Solidaire ● Regards palestiniens ● Réseau québécois des études féministes (RéQEF) ● Revue Relation ● SDHPP UdeM ● SDHPP UQAM ● Société St-Jean-Baptiste de Montréal ● SPHR Concordia ● SPHR McGill ● Syndicat des travailleurs et travailleuses des postes (STTP) Région du Québec ● Tadamon ● Voix Juives Indépendantes

 

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[1]      https://bdsmovement.net/news/palestinians-nick-cave-heed-our-non-violent-call-justice