‘Girls on Fire’ tell Alicia Keys — Don’t play Apartheid Israel

Cool new video from University of New Mexico – Students for Justice in Palestine – “This film is inspired by the Palestinian women who everyday nonviolently resist the illegal occupation of their land.”

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People around the world are calling on Alicia Keys to join figures such as Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Alice Walker and Roger Waters who are boycotting Israel’s human rights abuses in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

In the spirit of the South African movement that helped end Apartheid, the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS) was called for by Palestinian civil society in 2005.

This film is inspired by the Palestinian women who everyday nonviolently resist the illegal occupation of their land.

Learn more & video sources:

http://www.bdsmovement.net/
link to http://www.ochaopt.org…
link to adalah.org…
link to http://www.hrw.org…

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Reblogged from http://www.pacbi.org/

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Scotland's student movement for Palestine

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