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Press Release: Birzeit students protest presence of British government on campus

On Tuesday 5th March at 12pm, British Consul General Sir Vincent Fean met with Birzeit University President Khalil Hindi to discuss...
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Gaza children’s images of war censored under pressure from US Israel lobby

Pro-Israel organizations pressured an Oakland children’s museum to cancel an upcoming exhibition of drawings made by Palestinian...
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Campaign to save a West Bank school from demolition

Alarming developments in the West Bank community of Khan al Ahmar. Settlers from Kfar Adumim have filed a petition against the school,...
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Refugee children rally to save Bethlehem playground

Signs and slogans were carried by children at a recent protest at Aida refugee camp in Bethlehem. Some of these young protesters were...
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A Petition Signed by Academics, Educators and Teachers

A Call to End Suppression by Israel of the Academic Freedom and the Right to Education of Faculty, Educators and Students in Palestine
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Letter to SOAS from PACBI

The Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel(PACBI) is gravely concerned that the School of Oriental and...
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Press Release on Gaza from Scottish Committee for the Universities of Palestine

As evening closed in on Saturday 3rd January 2009 F-16 fighter planes renewed their bombing of one of the most densely populated areas...
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A Statement of Determination to Boycott Israel

BRICUP is publishing the following Statement of Determination to Boycott Israel. Please take up this statement and promote it wherever...
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Two Jewish academics from the UK, Emeritus Professor Jonathan Rosenhead and Research Fellow Mike Cushman, both from the Department of...
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Settlers stone Hebron area schoolchildren

Hebron, Ma'an, 15 October 2008 On Tuesday the 14th of October 2008, the schoolchildren walking back home from school in At-Tuwani were...
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