We, Palestinians, Jews, citizens of Israel, join the Palestinian call for a BDS campaign against Israel, inspired by the struggle of South Africans against apartheid. We also call on others to do the same.
We are devoted to the promotion of just peace and true democracy in this region. We are particularly opposed to Western governments' decision to boycott the Palestinians in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, most especially in besieged Gaza. This is particularly outrageous given the same Western governments' prolonged support of Israel's apartheid and other daily violations of international law.

01/03/12 / Campaigns
Dear Paul Simon, We are members of BOYCOTT! Supporting the Palestinian BDS Call from Within.[1] We were dismayed to read that you're planning to Preform in Israel at the end of this year.[2] In 2005, Palestinian civil society initiated a call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) from Israeli institutions, companies and academia, as a response to an over-60-year-old human rights crisis, involving military occupation and the development of a crushing system of apartheid, very similar to that practiced in apartheid South Africa.[3] We are Israeli citizens who have chosen to support the call, and we ask you not to break the cultural boycott; Please don't perform in apartheid Israel, until our government reverses its policies.
01/03/12 / Campaigns
/*-->*/ The below letter was published on November 17, 2011 in response to media reports that suggest Lady Gaga went on and scheduled a performance in Israel on summer 2012 May 4, 2011   Dear Lady Gaga,   We are a group of about 250 Israeli citizens who support the human rights-based Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI) [1]. We learned through the media that Israeli producers try to lure you into performing this summer in Israel, thus undermining a growing international movement to end Israel's impunity and promote a just solution that respects human rights and international law in Palestine\Israel. We therefore would like to urge you not to perform in Israel at this time.   About a year ago Palestinian demonstrators in Hebron (Al-Khalil) danced to your song [2], “Poker Face”, to counter Israeli propaganda, video-clipped in their own forcefully closed and evacuated Shuhada street. In this area Israel dispossessed tens of thousands of people from their homes to allow for a Jews-only settlement of a few hundreds. The dance was held in front of the gates of that same closed street. The song's choice was a cry for the world to stop buying into Israel's branding of itself as “advanced” and “enlightened”, a branding which is maintained also by international performances in Israel. Just a few weeks after that dance, the Israeli army locked down adjacent shops [3], collectively punishing Palestinian shopkeepers in the Old City. It also banned the peaceful demonstrations from the area. The demonstrations are led by a local youth group [4] which is committed to complete non-violence.
24/02/12 / Statement
Dear McCoy Tyner,   We are a group of Israeli citizens who support the Palestinian call for boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israel. We oppose our government's policies of ethno-racial segregation and apartheid, and we strongly believe that international pressure is essential in bringing these crimes to an end and creating an equal and just society for all who live in this region. We are therefore asking you to cancel your performance in Petah Tikva on March 10th.
18/02/12 / Statement
Dear Opeth,   We are a group of Israeli citizens titled Boycott! Supporting the Palestinian BDS Call from Within who supports the Palestinian call for boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against our government's policies of colonialism, occupation and apartheid. We strongly believe that international action is essential in bringing these crimes to an end and creating an equal and just society here. We are asking you to cancel your planned show in Tel-Aviv on March the 10th. Please hear us out.
13/02/12 / Statement
Dear Chan Marshall,
06/02/12 / Statement
Dear Chan Marshall,   We are citizens of Israel who support the Palestinian civil society call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) against Israel's policies of racism, apartheid and occupation, towards the Palestinian people. As we have recently learned about your planned concert in Israel, we write in order to ask you not to come. Please hear us out.
05/02/12 / Statement
Feb. 5th, 2012 Boycott from Within stands in opposition to the Jewish National Fund's (KKL) abuse of Jewish tradition and values, as is carried out today during the day of Tu B'shvat. The JNF routinely attempts at greenwashing its crimes by showing a veneer of an ecologically aware organization. No amount of tree-planting, especially when done on stolen Palestinian land, could wash away the JNF's complicity in occupation and apartheid. 
27/01/12 / Statement
 12 January, 2012 Dear Shakespeare’s Globe,   Thanks for sharing your thoughts and inner conflicts with us.[1] We are grateful that you have deliberated it sincerely and have raised a few questions. Let’s focus on those that you find tough:  
18/01/12 / Statement
Dear James Blake,   We are a group of Israeli citizens who support the Palestinian call for boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israel. We oppose our government's policies of ethnic cleansing, occupation and apartheid, we strongly believe that international pressure is essential in bringing these crimes to an end and creating an equal and just society in this region. We are, therefore, asking you to cancel your planned show in Tel-Aviv on January the 27th.  

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