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By Mike Scott [nola.com] 12 November 2009 -- Originally, the New Orleans Middle East Film Festival was to be held every two years because of the limited number of films available from countries in the region.

 

That was the plan, anyway.

 

November 13, 2009
In the News

We are Arab students at the Israeli universities writing to you in support of the proposed academic boycott of Israeli academic institutions. We believe that the boycott is timely and hopefully will help in upholding moral values of fairness, justice and equality which have been sorely missed in our region.

 

November 10, 2009
In the News

By Cnaan Liphshiz [Haaretz] 30 October 2009 - The university of Trondheim in Norway may become the first university in the West to adopt an academic boycott of Israel, if a majority of its board votes in favor of the move at a meeting on the subject next month.

 

Three days prior to the November 12 vote by the board of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), the institution will host a lecture on Israel's alleged use of anti-Semitism as a political tool.

November 3, 2009
In the News

Following a landmark referendum, students at Sussex University have voted to boycott Israeli goods. The decision follows the Palestinian call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions against Israel, which calls upon the Israeli state to respect international law and end the occupation of Palestine.

 

October 30, 2009
In the News

PACBI [1 October 2009] - Since its founding in 2004, PACBI has advocated a boycott of Israeli academic and cultural institutions, based on the premise that these institutions are complicit in the system of oppression that has denied Palestinians their basic rights guaranteed by international law.  

 

October 6, 2009
Analysis


Spanish government, sponsor of Solar Decathalon, disqualifies architecture department of Ariel University Center of Samaria from finals. '10,000 students hurt by fight that is against international law,' claims college

 

September 22, 2009
In the News


Spanish government, sponsor of Solar Decathalon, disqualifies architecture department of Ariel University Center of Samaria from finals. '10,000 students hurt by fight that is against international law,' claims college

 

September 22, 2009
Analysis
September 17, 2009
Analysis

PACBI Column
BRICUP Newsletter #20
September 2009

 

September 16, 2009