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Explore how the BDS (boycott, divestment and sanctions) movement’s attempts to economically and academically isolate Israel are destructive to the search for peace.

Aram Journal

Hope in Aramaic Studies Journal?

By Robert Jennings

The scholarly journal ARAM features contributions by both Arabs and Israelis (and others) about ancient (and sometimes modern) Aramaic-language culture. Some of the Israeli authors appear to have worked in Jordan. There’s even one article co-written by a Haifa U / Yarmouk U duo. Aramaic was the lingua franca of the Fertile Crescent from around […]

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Campus BDS and the law: First, do no harm

By Kenneth Stern

As a teenager I was riveted to the television coverage of the Chicago Conspiracy trial: the government’s attempt to convict Vietnam-era anti-War protestors. Defense attorney Bill Kunstler used the courtroom as political theater, and put the system – and the war – on trial. Over the decades, I’ve been involved in legal cases that have […]

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Dean Mousa Karayanni

BDS Boycott of Arab-Israeli Hebrew U Dean?

By TTN Blog

Prof. Steven Lubet of Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, has just posted the following at The Faculty Lounge legal academic blog: New Law Dean at Hebrew University As announced today, Michael (Mousa) Karayanni has been named the “first-ever Arab Israeli . . . appointed as the dean of the Faculty of Law at the Hebrew University in […]

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Daniel Orenstein

How Academic Boycott Targets Individuals

By Daniel Orenstein

The American Anthropological Association (AAA) is going to the polls to decide whether Israeli academics will become personae non gratae in their organization. Proponents claim their very carefully crafted resolution does not target individuals but that they seek to boycott institutions for their alleged complicity in Israeli crimes. The impact of the larger academic boycott, however, belies […]

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TTN Action Alert: Oppose Academic Boycott of Israeli Anthropologists


The Third Narrative has been working actively with Anthropologists for Dialogue on Israel and Palestine (ADIP) to oppose both academic boycotts of Israel and Israel’s continued occupation that helps prevent the creation of a Palestinian State. ADIP is a strong proponent of the core philosophy of The Third Narrative and is leading this fight in the field of […]

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Lubet Steven

Against Lawsuit as Anti-BDS Tactic

By TTN Blog

Steven Lubet is a Professor of Law at Northwestern University and Director of its Fred Bartlit Center for Trial Advocacy.  With his permission, we are reposting “The Wrong Way to Oppose BDS (Again)” from “The Faculty Lounge” website: The Louis D. Brandeis Center has filed a lawsuit against the American Studies Association seeking to enjoin the ASA’s […]

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BDS Targets Israeli Anthropologists

By Ameinu Office

David M. Rosen is an American anthropologist. He earned a J.D. from Pace University School of Law and a Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Illinois. He is a Professor of Anthropology and Law at Fairleigh Dickinson University, and a Research Fellow (2015-2016) at the Harry Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace, The Hebrew University. […]

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