Former US Secretary of State John Kerry and the US administration’s Middle East envoy expressed disappointment at the Israeli occupation leaders’ position on peace. He said that in a recording published by Channel 10 Hebrew TV.
130 Israeli companies and 60 international companies operating in Israel have received warning letters signed by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zaid bin Ra’ad al-Hussein where they were warned against the possibility of including them in the UN “blacklist” which includes companies operating in illegal settlements built on the occupied West Bank, which violate to international law and contrary to United Nations resolutions.
Representatives of the Arab regional offices for the boycott of Israel are holding a three-day conference today at their headquarters in Cairo, Safa News Agency reported yesterday.
Anyone in Texas looking to rebuild their properties following the devastating hurricane will only receive state funds if they have not signed up to the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign, The Intercept has reported.
Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu has ordered Israeli diplomats to prepare Israel’s withdrawal from the UNESCO in concert with Washington, which announced its decision to pull out of the agency.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a federal lawsuit on Wednesday against a Kansas law requiring a high school educator to certify that she will not boycott Israel, on the basis that this violates her First Amendment rights.
Delegates from some of the largest grassroots organisations in Latin America have “condemned the refusal of certain Caribbean countries to recognise the legitimate right of the people of Palestine to sovereign statehood”.
More than two dozen parliamentarians from around the world toured West Bank settlements on Sunday, and met with senior Israeli officials.