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“Any artist who does cross the peaceful Palestinian picket line, regardless of intentions, is used by Israel’s far-right apartheid regime to whitewash, or ‘artwash’, and therefore perpetuate its system of oppression against Palestinians.” Palestinian musician Samir Eskanda writes about why the cultural boycott of Israel is vital for the peaceful struggle against Israeli apartheid.
“For us, it has always been very straightforward, if a government refuses to acknowledge international law and to deny basic human rights, then we have to pursue the non-violent means available to us – to challenge this situation. BDS reflects one of these tools.” Amos Director Chris Rose writes about the call to support Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions against Israel.
Radiohead, arguably one of the most important rock bands in the world right now, played in Israel last night – at Yarkon Park in Tel Aviv.
“I know that to do what I have done is a privilege and a luxury. And that is why it had to be done. I don’t have loads of money, but on Saturday I had enough to make a choice.” Palestine Marathon runner and Amos friend Rachel Wakefield writes about a not very typical day in PC World.
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