Celebrities for Palestine doing the right thing – Beach Boys remove Israel from their list
Beach Boys Band had cancelled their concert In Tel Aviv scheduled for November 29. #BDSIsrael movement supporters had been pressuring artists from performing in the Apartheid Entity of Israel since 2005 that the #BDSmovement was funded. #BDS had grown up globally and it is out of the control of Zionists organizations, and hasbarist.
For now we claim victory and claim the The Beach Boys belong to our camp #Celebs4Pal until otherwise is published. We know from past news on artists that had canceled their concerts in Apartheid Israel don’t want to publish the real reason, but we must recognize that Israel is losing the Public Relations campaign and its credibility is really low.
Companies are cutting ties with the Zionist entity, governments are showing their dissatisfaction with Israel’s latest atrocities in West Bank and the well known Gaza genocide that many in the media don’t talk about, but the pictures, videos from news agencies and the facts on the ground are all to tell a tale of genocide.
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BDS all the way until Israel is dissolve form the map.
“The global movement for a campaign of Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) against Israel until it complies with international law and Palestinian rights was initiated by Palestinian civil society in 2005, and is coordinated by the Palestinian BDS National Committee (BNC), established in 2007. BDS is a strategy that allows people of conscience to play an effective role in the Palestinian struggle for justice.” BDSmovement.org
The boycott is hurting Israel and its supporters where most hurt, the money!
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“The Beach Boys have called off a concert they had been scheduled to give on November 29 in Tel Aviv, the local promoter of the cancelled concert, Gad Oron, said on Tuesday.
He said he received a brief note informing him that the band had decided to cancel the concert at Tel Aviv’s Nokia Palace Arena.
Oron told media that he was not informed of the reasons behind the decision. He said ticket sales were satisfactory, and that he could not see any reasons for the concert being called off.” more on the story at hispanos servidornoticis
Some activists and public speakers had spoken on the BDS movement as something not good for Palestine, well we seen that the those feeling are at odds with the reality we have in front of us.
“To be pro-Palestinian does not necessarily mean you want the state of Israel to be wiped off the map; nor does it imply that you agree with either the two-state or one- state solution. The pro-Palestinian movement embraces many ideas and offers much diversity in way of critique and pro-active solutions. For instance, some activists take a stand, drawing upon the premise of Human Rights and International Law while others pursue different strategies outside of U.N. sanctions, precisely because the legal precepts have never been enforced. Similarly, it is with this context in mind, that we can view the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement where we witness much diversity in terms of strategy and goals.” Marivel Guzman from Akashma News