Israeli Apartheid Week Kicks off

Universities in over 40 cities across the world have begun to observe Israeli Apartheid Week in condemnation of the Zionist regime’s suppression of the Palestinians.

During Israeli Apartheid Week, which kicked off on Monday, the universities will hold protests and host related speeches, cultural performances, and movie screenings.

The people who first proposed holding Israeli Apartheid Week in 2005 say it has become a very important international event for expressing solidarity with the Palestinians, supporting the opponents of Israeli apartheid across the globe, and reinforcing the call for sanctions to be imposed on Israel.

Haaretz reported that Jerusalem Al-Quds-based economic researcher Shir Hever is scheduled to give a series of lectures at the University of Amsterdam entitled "Could the Economic Policies of Israel be Considered a Form of Apartheid?"

The daily added that Glasgow University is to host a speech by Jeff Halper, a professor of anthropology based in Israel, who is the co-founder and coordinator of the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions. He is slated to give a speech on the boycotts, divestments and sanctions (BDS) campaign.

In addition, director Shai Carmeli-Pollak will be screening his 2006 documentary "Bil’in Habibti" — which is about the Israel Defense Forces’ violence — at Boston area universities, Haaretz reported.

(Press TV)

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