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BIGBest in Game
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BIGBusiness Integration Gateway
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BIGButterfly Interest Group Nature Society (Singapore)
BIGBusiness, Industry and Government Club (Harvard Business School)
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Member of the movement, Rawan Abu-Laban, said that women can make a difference with the boycott issue since they are mostly the decision makers on what to buy for their home, therefore, women can be the most influential leaders to boycott Israeli goods and support the local products.
Together we have promoted peaceful and non-violent protest, including a call upon the city council for it to boycott Israeli goods and services until such time as Israel complies with international law.
We will boycott Israeli goods, we will demand, we will protest and protest and protest as much as we can until we free the Palestinian people.
The legal pronouncement was issued on a question asking in the light of Islamic law, whether it was justified for the Muslims to boycott Israeli goods manufactured by Israeli and friendly companies as the profit earned by them was being used against the Muslims.
People in Huddersfield are being urged to boycott Israeli goods.
The recent proposal that Norway boycott Israeli goods has provoked passionate debate.
Thea Khamis and Ben Byrne's red Mercedes van carries slogans of support for Palestinians and the couple, from Stanley, Co Durham, are backing the international Boycott Israeli Goods campaign.
The national Socialist Worker student society is calling on universities across the country to boycott Israeli goods and services because of the Middle East crisis, and the motion was set to be discussed at the Warwick campus students' union last night.
Unable to reach the West Bank, he has been lobbying politicians and on Monday, he joined local members of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign for a peaceful protest outside Caerphilly's Tesco store when shoppers were encouraged to boycott Israeli goods.
3 (18 January 1988) called upon "Our people of all classes and sectors," to boycott Israeli goods and in the following paragraphs, exhorted "the Palestinian working class masses," "our valiant students," and "our valiant taxi drivers, bus drivers, and owners of taxi and bus companies," then called upon other groups to be prepared for service: doctors and the health services, pharmaceuticals, and owners of pharmacies, "all able and well people" who can donate resources, and "all academics and professionals.