Posts Categorized: NEWS & OPINIONS

Zionist Embrace of Trump and Bannon is No Surprise

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Zionism remains a reactionary and racist ideology and movement- embracing Trump and Bannon is no exception The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) gives a platform to Steve Bannon and Stephen Adelson at its annual gala this Sunday night, November 20th in New York City. For anyone familiar with Zionist history and current alliances, this should not… Read more »

A Day of Mourning, Commemoration and Continued Resistance (English and Spanish)

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  IJAN Statement Against Columbus Day October 10 2016 (en Español abajo) Today is the day the United States officially commemorates Christopher Columbus, who in 1492 launched Europe’s brutal expansion. As a group committed to the global struggle against racism and colonialism, we join our voices with the long legacy of indigenous struggles against those… Read more »

Statement on UC Berkeley’s Suspension of Student-Led Palestine Course

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IJAN is a member organization of the Campus Defense Coalition for Palestine, a network of organizations that offers information, support, and resources for faculty and instructors under attack for Palestine solidarity activism and BDS organizing on campus. As part of this network, we helped draft a statement to respond to UC Berkeley’s decision to suspend a student-led… Read more »

IJAN Statement of Support for Sioux Struggle against Dakota Pipeline

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The International Jewish anti-Zionist Network has watched the Native American protests against the Dakota Access pipeline’s destruction of their burial grounds at Standing Rock with hope and horror. We are inspired by women, children, youth, and men chaining themselves to construction machinery and standing ground to defend their land and history.  We are grateful for… Read more »

IJAN Statement on the Movement For Black Lives Political Platform

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The International Jewish anti-Zionist Network strongly embraces the entire Movement for Black Lives (M4BL) platform, and we affirm its support for the Palestinian struggle and efforts to Boycott, Divest, and Sanction Israel. In the United States and internationally, racism has been central to how power works and money flows. Both the Palestinian anti-racist struggle against… Read more »

IJAN UK’s submission to the Chakrabarti Inquiry

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Submission to the Shami Chakrabarti Inquiry, “into antisemitism and other forms of racism including islamophobia, within the party” International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network UK 10 June 2016 An anti-racist movement versus witch-hunting with antisemitism As Jewish members of the Labour Party, who are also in the International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network, we do not believe that Labour… Read more »

Apres les Attentats de Brussels

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Au lendemain des derniers attentats de Bruxelles, les attaques contre les Arabes et les Musulmans ont encore gravi un échelon en Europe et aux États Unis. La plus grande mosquée de Madrid a été l’une des premières à en souffrir. Le profilage racial dans les aéroports, les gares et autres lieux publics ne cesse de… Read more »

IJAN Statement on Attacks in Brussels

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In the aftermath of the latest bombings in Brussels, attacks against Arabs and Muslims have again escalated in both Europe and the United States. Madrid’s biggest mosque was one of the first to suffer. Racial profiling in airports, train stations, and other public places continues to intensify. Our hearts go out to the victims of… Read more »

IJAN Condemns UAW International’s Move to Annul Historic BDS Vote

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The International Jewish anti-Zionist Network was very happy to hear that the student-workers in the University of California system endorsed the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) call through their local union, UAW 2865. This was the first time a major union – in this case, one representing over 14,000 workers – voted to support the BDS call, an inspiring example of grassroots union-based solidarity.