Know the Professor: Dorit Naaman

  • Signed a petition calling out the “moral inconsistency” of boycotting only Judea & Samaria, and urged the boycott of the entire Israel.[1]
  • Signed an open letter calling on the German government to reject a resolution equating BDS with anti-Semitism. The letter also urged Germany to continue funding organizations, including pro-BDS NGOs, that “peacefully challenge the Israeli occupation” and “expose severe violations of international law.” [2]
  • Signed a petition in support of anti-Semitic British Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and of “end[ing] the occupation and the blockade of Gaza.”[3]
  • Signed a petition accusing Israel of perpetrating “atrocities” in Gaza and urging the United Nations to impose sanctions on Israel.[4]
  • Signed a petition encouraging the United Methodist Church to divest from “companies that enable the occupation to continue.”[5]
  • Signed a petition calling on the European Council, Commission and the European Parliament to pressure Israel into surrendering to Hamas’ demands.[6]

[1] https://bdsmovement.net/news/public-figures-call-out-moral-inconsistency-boycotting-israeli-settlements-alone

[2] https://bdsmovement.net/news/240-jewish-and-israeli-scholars-german-government-boycotts-are-legitimate-and-non-violent-tool

[3] https://www.jewishvoiceforlabour.org.uk/article/citizens-of-israel-send-letter-of-support-to-corbyn/

[4]https://mronline.org/2009/01/10/israeli-citizens-calling-upon-international-community-to-stop-israel/

[5] https://knowbdsinisrael.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/United-Methodist-Church-petition.pdf

[6] http://www.eccpalestine.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Ceasefire-Petition-by-Israeli-Citizens-to-the-EU-1.pdf

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