Updates from the palestinian BDS (Italy)

Action Alert
Join Palestinian clubs, whose players have lost lives and limbs to Israeli soldiers and military assaults, in urging international football teams not to play matches in apartheid Israel.
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Balata Youth Center, whose 16-year-old player Saeed Odeh was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers last year, and the Palestine Amputee Football Association, made up of players who lost limbs to Israeli snipers and military assaults on Gaza, urge international teams not to play in apartheid Israel.

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As part of Israeli Apartheid Week 2022, Sapienza University of Rome's Faculty of Humanities and Philosophy was set to host an event to present Amnesty International's report on Israeli apartheid. Hours before the event, authorisation for the event space was withdrawn.

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On eve of AXA’s annual general meeting (AGM), United Nations Special Rapporteur on human rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, Michael Lynk, called on the French insurance giant to fully divest from Israeli banks while activists gathered in several cities across Europe raising the same demand.

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Israeli academics commend the mayors of Bologna and Palermo for helping to "move us along the path of struggle against all forms of racism, including antisemitism, and set an example for others to follow".

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In Italy, 250 social, cultural, sports and commercial spaces commit to having no ties with companies and institutions complicit in Israel's apartheid regime oppressing millions of Palestinians. 

January 23, 2021
Update

French multinational insurance company called out on day of action over complicity in Israel’s illegal occupation and settlement enterprise.