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Palestinian farmers, women and youths support the AUT position to boycott Israeli universities

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Article/book #: 19437
Title: Palestinian farmers, women and youths support the AUT position to boycott Israeli universities
By: PARC  
Published in: Electronic Intifada
Date of issue: Wednesday, 25 May 2005
Topic(s) addressed:
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Abstract:

The Palestinian Agricultural Relief Committees (PARC) with its six affiliated associations and 400 hundred community-based organizations and grassroots committees in the West Bank and Gaza Strip would like to express their full support to the proposal of the largest British Association of University Teachers (AUT) to boycott two Israeli universities (Haifa and Bar Ilan) passed on April 22, 2005. We wish to stress our respect and high appreciation of this courageous and moral position, which signaled the globally rejected racist and colonial policies of the State of Israel towards the native Palestinian people with which some Israeli academic institutions identify themselves.










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