PA Football Association head Jibril Rajoub not only fails to get soccer’s world governing body to suspend Israel, but ends up facing disciplinary proceedings over his incitement against Israel.
The concert producer received a notice from the Spanish town, saying the decision was made for political reasons not to hold Israeli activities there.
Panels and discussion emphasized on working together with the local Christian leadership in raising support for Israel.
The same sources suggest Argentina, which hopes to host the 2030 World Cup, was reluctant to upset the Arab voting bloc inside FIFA.
The committee's legal advisory team recommended that “alternatives to the proposed arrangement should be considered that would be congruent with accepted constitutional tests.”
The Joint Arab List has announced it plans to petition the European Broadcasting Union to cancel the Eurovision Song Contest, scheduled to take place in Jerusalem.
On Sunday, PA Soccer Federation Chairman Jibril Rajoub called on Arab and Muslim sports fans to burn pictures and shirts of Messi if he attended the friendly match with Israel.
It's not yet clear how many other nations may use the supposedly non-political, musical bridge between cultural groups that Eurovision was supposed to represent since its creation in 1956.
More than a dozen NGOs that promote anti-Israel boycotts have received some 5 million euros annually in European Union funding. In addition, an estimated several million more euros were channeled to boycott-promoting NGOs through third parties that receive E.U. assistance.
The prohibition does not impact speech or consumer conduct. It is limited solely to commercial conduct only.
The left-wing NIF non-governmental organization, which is headquartered in New York with offices in various countries, is a main financial backer of the delegitimization campaign against Israel by supporting various local Israeli-based NGOs that are often at odds with the state.
“This sets a very dangerous precedent that reaches the level of high treason to the struggles of the Palestinian people and their sacrifices.”
In January, the Ministry for Strategic Affairs published a list of organizations whose activists would not be permitted to enter Israel because of their support for a boycott of Israel.
AI blames the IDF for its efforts to protect the civilian communities along the Gaza Strip from five consecutive mass riots which included firebombing, throwing stones, firing live ammunition, and flying kites with explosives.
"It is imperative that all of us at Barnard work hard to foster a community in which difficult topics can be discussed in an environment free from fear and hate."
"The Student Association showed ... its inability to condemn antisemitism and proves they don't have the proper means and knowledge to discuss this topic in the first place," said StandWithUs Emerson Fellow Tali Edid.
Portman blames Israel for the actions of Hamas in Gaza.
“By presenting a nuanced and complex issue as one-sided and simple, [the student government association] has biased the student body and failed in its duty to act as a neutral arbiter.”
Student groups for the Boycott, Divest & Sanctions campaign (BDS) against Israel worked hard to convince students of the justice of their cause, as did those who opposed it.
"The White Helmets are a fake organization that exists only to create propaganda for the jihadists and terrorists," Waters asserted.
Dublin's mayor Mícheál Mac Donncha promotes boycotting Israel.
"We at Creative Community For Peace (CCFP) want you to know that we stand behind you and Netflix in the face of this blatant attempt at artistic censorship.”
The BDS letter mentions that the series’ creators, Lior Raz and Avi Issacharoff, are themselves veterans of IDF special forces, and “support the machinery of the occupation, Israeli colonialism and apartheid.”
The code also prohibits discrimination against faculty in hiring and in promotions based on their politics.
"We were expelled 500 years ago, but that will not happen again. Not under our watch."