Support the Max Brenner 19 Defence campaign

Stand up for Palestinian human rights! Stand up for civil rights in Victoria!

Oppose the criminalisation of protests in support of Palestine!

On 1 July 2011, the Victorian police viciously attacked a peaceful pro-Palestine demonstration in Melbourne’s CBD. In one of the largest political arrests in a decade, 19 non-violent protesters were arrested during a Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) action against Israeli-owned Max Brenner store. The chocolateria in the Queen Victoria Centre is owned by the Israeli conglomerate ‘Strauss group’; a company that provides “care rations” for the Israeli military, including the Golani and the Givati brigades – two of the key Israeli military brigades involved in Israel’s brutal assault on Gaza in December 2008/January 2009, which killed more than 1300 Palestinians, the majority of whom were civilian, including over 300 children.

The peaceful picket was ‘kettled’ by police before leading activists were individually targeted in an unprovoked attack by the police riot squad. The tactic of completely surrounding a group of protesters is called “kettling”.

The majority of those arrested have been charged with “trespass” and “besetting”, while a small number of the demonstrators were also charged with “behaving in a riotous manner”. Video taken of the demonstrations shows that the pro-Palestinian activists were completely peaceful and they were attacked in a violent and unprovoked manner by the Victorian police.

The protest against Max Brenner occurred as part of the global Boycott Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign against the apartheid Israeli state.  Inspired by the South African struggle against apartheid, the BDSanctions campaign was launched by Palestinian civil society in 2005.  Endorsed by more than 171 Palestinian civil society organisations, including political parties, women’s groups, trade unions, associations, the BDS campaign is conducted in the framework of international solidarity and resistance to injustice and oppression and calls for non-violent punitive measures to be maintained until Israel meets its obligation to recognise the Palestinian people’s inalienable right to self-determination and fully complies with international law.

The attack on the peaceful BDS action in Melbourne highlights increasing attempts to criminalise BDS and pro-Palestine solidarity activism internationally. Currently in the US, France and Greece, hundreds of pro-Palestine activists are facing criminal charges for non-violently standing up for Palestinian human rights. The attack also highlights the attacks on civil liberties, freedom of speech and freedom of assembly in Victoria by the Baillieu government. In June 2011, Bailleu’s Coalition government introduced new laws extending police powers, allowing the Victorian police to issue on-the-spot fines of up to $240 for using “offensive” language. The new laws do not define clearly what “offensive” language is, allowing individual police officers to arbitrarily decide what is offensive or not.

The government has also established a new 42 member “Public Order Response Team”. According to the Melbourne’s Herald Sun newspaper, one of the primary functions of Baillieu’s new riot squad will be “breaking up public protests”.   

Civil liberties lawyer Rob Stary in a media release issued by the Coalition Against Israeli Apartheid in the wake of the violent police attack on the peaceful BDS protest outside Max Brenner said the attack and arrests showed that “the new Victorian [Baillieu] government is prepared to criminalise legitimate dissent.”

We call on all supporters of human rights, freedom of speech and civil liberties to stand in solidarity with the 19 BDS/pro-Palestine activists who were beaten and arrested by the Victorian police on July 1.  Support and/or join the “Boycott-Israel19″ Defence campaign today! 

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Current Signatories


Organisations

Geelong Trades Hall

Maritime Union of Australia, Victorian Branch

Refugee Action Collective (Victoria)

Byron People for Peace and Justice

US Palestinian Community Network

US Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel

The National Lawyers Guild – Free Palestine Subcommittee (USA)

Raytheon 9, Derry Anti War Coaliton, Derry, N.I., Ireland

Raytheon 14, Derry Anti War Coalition, Derry, NI, Ireland

Students for Justice in Palestine – NSW

Students for Justice in Palestine – University of Sydney

Friends of Palestine (WA)

Stop the War Coalition (Sydney)

Socialist Alliance

Socialist Alternative

Resistance

Al-Awda NY – the Palestine Right to Return Coalition

Conscious Hip Hop Group – The Brothahood

Boycott from Within, Israeli BDS group

Leeds Palestine Solidarity Group

Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign

Action Palestine, Scotland

Action for Palestine, Adelaide

Australian Friends of Palestine Australia, Adelaide

Justice for Palestine, Brisbane

Latin American Solidarity Network

Radical Women

Workers Bush Telegraph, Brisbane

Indigenous Social Justice Association – Melbourne

Seriously Free Speech Committee, Vancouver, Bristish Columbia, Canada

BDS-LA for Justice in Palestine

Revolutionary Socialist Party

Solidarity

Individuals

John Pilger, world-renowned journalist, author and documentary filmmaker.

Norman Finkelstein, author and academic.

Noam Chomsky,  American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, and activist.

Independent journalist and author – Antony Loewenstein

Eamonn McCann, One of Raytheon 9, Derry City, Northern Ireland, Ireland

Sebastian Budgen, Senior Editor, Verso Books, Paris, Ile de France, France

Kevin Bracken, Victorian Branch Secretary Maritime Union of Australia

Sylvia Hale, participant in Freedom Flotilla 2

Vivienne Porzsolt, participant Freedom Flotilla 2, Jews Against the Occupation

J. Kehaulani Kauanui, Ph.D., The US Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel, Middletown, CT, USA

Les Thomas, Musician and activist, Clifton Hill, VIC, Australia

Kevin Channells, Colaition for Justice and Peace in Palestine

Lenore Hankinson, Colaition for Justice and Peace in Palestine

Irene Doutney, Greens Councillor, City of Sydney

Michael Letwin, Former President, Association of Legal Aid Attorneys/UAW Local 2325, Labor for Palestine, Brooklyn, NY, USA

Patrick Wolfe, Healesville, Victoria, Australia

Lowkey, British born Iraqi Rapper

Dave Randall, member of the band Faithless

Rosemary Perkov

Sherry Wolf, International Socialist Organization, Brooklyn, NY, USA

Joe Carolan, Organiser Unite Union, New Zealand

Carlos Latuff, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Gerry Conlon

Dr Jeff Sparrow, editor, Overland

Jacinda Woodhead, Associate editor, Overland magazine

Tony Harris, longtime member of the Australian Greens

Jake Lynch, Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney

Sameh A. Habeeb – The Palestine Telegraph

Joe Catron – International Solidarity Movement – Gaza Strip

Clare Solomon – 2010 President of University of London Union

James Haywood, President, Goldsmiths Students’ Union, University of London

Azlan McLennan, Artist

Van Thanh Rudd, Artist and Activist

Patrick Wolfe,  Historian and writer

Hela Rahman, Auckland University Students for Justice in Palestine

Mannie De Saxe, Lesbian and Gay Solidarity, Melbourne

Assiye Aydin, Federation of Australian Muslim Students and Youth

S. Alexander, Germany

Adam Flude, Chichester, Sussex, UK

Tess Beckett

Stephen Garvey

Heba Ibrahim

Scott Verschuren

Leyal Aksu

Dr Dougal McNeill, Wellington, New Zealand

Dawoods David, South Africa

Professor Jane Kenway

Bonnie Newman

Dr Robert Austin

Viviana Ramírez

Helen Patterson

Sefa Varsan

Luke Weylan

Colin Cook

Bill Fox

Shirley Fox

Lindsay Fitzclarence

Olivia Ball

Dr Kathryn Hegarty

Dr. Ron Witton

Fay Waddington, Queensland Palestine Solidarity, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Simon Gibson

Jill Toulantas

Henry di Suvero

Blayne Nelson, Manchester, UK

Monique Nash, Newcastle, NSW

Emma Fullerton, Glasgow, Scotland

Claire Akhbari

Alex Bainbridge

Raul Bassi, Gaza Defence Committee, Sydney

Janice Taylor

Emanuel Stoakes

Pietra Robins

Ryan Laws

Denis Rogatyuk

Rory Dufficy

Dr Nick Shimmin

Jane Novak

Kate Ausburn

Rebecca Wickham

Simon Aplin

Liz Ross, author of Dare to Struggle, Dare to Win: Builders Labourers Fight Deregistration, Socialist Alternative

Adam Ford

Kendall Lovett

Jack Howard, Australian Labor Party

Ray Bergmann, Justice for Palestine, Brisbane

Carol Christie

Narendra Mohan Kommalapati, Socialist Alliance

Conall Cash

Harry Milne, university student and libertarian socialist

Morteza Rafiei

Sarah Lou Harris, Socialist Alternative

Sahar Ghumkhor

Jane Kaljouw

Deborah Manning

Avinash D’Rosario

Timaj Garad, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Bashar Yatak, Pompano Beach, Florida, America

David Cooper, Operation Life, New Smyrna Beach, FL, United States

Amena Khan, Cleveland, Ohio, United States

D.Woods, Omni [HiiiPoWer], Buffalo, New York, United States

Samuel Tawfik,  Sydney, NSW, Australia

Vanessa Hagen, Brooklyn, New York, United States of America

Josh Lees,Sydney,NSW,Australia

Linda Pearson, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Tony Iltis, Green Left Weekly, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Stuart Munckton, Green Left Weekly, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Simon Butler, Green Left Weekly, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Alison Thorne, Freedom Socialist Party, Brunswick, Victoria, Australia

Susan Price, NTEU member, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Allen Myers, Prek Leap, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Jeremy Smith, Socialist Alliance, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia

Amer Saabi, WA Friends of Palestine, Nollamara, Western Australia, Australia

Phoebe Kelloway, Melbourne, Vic, Australia

Janka Felsztynska, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Jason White, Perth, WA, Australia

Dr Maamoun Al Shaweesh, Amman, Amman, Jordan

Nourhane akef, Cairo, Egypt

Liz Paull

Jo Errey, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Gordon Curtis, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Ewen Kloas, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Nabeel Sabbagh, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

John Doane, Portland, Oregon, United States

Zahra Ali, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, United Kingdom

Dennis Kortheuer, Long Beach, Calafornia, United States

Elizabeth Phillips, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Bill Skidmore, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Desiree DeLoach, Orlando, Florida, United States of America

Christian Haesemeyer, BDS-LA for Justice in Palestine, Los Angeles, California, US

Jessica T, Asbury Park, New Jeresy, America

Dr Tara Mokhtari, poet and academic, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Jillian White, Men’s Information and Counselling: Southside, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Joanna Zaliki, Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Tamara, Knox, Victoria, Australia

Asal Akhavan, Berlin, Germany

Mark Riboldi, Sydney, Australia

Jamie Anderson, Ulverstone, Tasmania, Australia

Nadia Cole, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Patricia Hovey, Brisbane, Qld, Australia

Gregory Butterfield, editor, Absent Cause magazine, Brooklyn, New York, United States

Rebecca Semaan, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Nikolai Haddad, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Hamish Chitts, Justice for Palestine, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Carl Larosa, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Paula, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Annemarie Whisson, Friends of Palestine WA, Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Sylvia Posadas, Pomona, Qld, Australia

linda schmidt, Blue Diamond, Nevada, USA

Sam Salvidge, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Shomi Yoon, Wellington, New Zealand

Dean Turner, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Jason Coggins, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Robert Stainsby, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Ema Corro, IWW, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Ian Angus, climateandcapitalism.com, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Jahe Bennett, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Alexis Vassiley, Perth, Western Australia, Australia

John Haigh, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Sarah Schmidt, Socialist Alternative, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Tazeen Ali, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Franca Moretto, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Michelle Hatzpetriou, Melbourne, Vic, Australia

Ben Martin, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

James Farag, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Jahn Kayhan, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Harriet M. Spye, Melboune, Victoria, Australia

Goonie Phillips, Mackay, Queensland, Australia

Mark E. Smith, San Diego, California, United States

William Hassell, Hopetoun, Vic, Australia

Michael Brull, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Sarah Wall, Ennismore, Ontario, Canada

Abdul-munim Ramahi, Socialist Alliance, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Dr Chris Klootwijk, Canberra, ACT, Australia

Peter Boyle, Socialist Alliance, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Sam Wainwright, Councillor, City of Fremantle & Socialist Alliance, Fremantle, WA, Australia

Elizabeth Block, Not In Our Name (NION): Jewish Voices Opposing Zionism, Toronto, ON, Canada

Khaled Mouammar, former president Canadian Arab Federation, Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada

Ali Mallah, Canadian Union of Public Employees, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Richard Roman, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Jason Kunin, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Jake Javanshir, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Frank Favot, CAW, Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Richard Fidler, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Ian Birchall, Edmonton, London, England

Henry N, Lowi, Advocate, Barrister & Solicitor, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Richard Fung, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Nina Ambrose, Perth, West Australia, Australia

Kim Koyama, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Judith Weisman, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Rim El-ayoubi, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Anita Block, Queers Against Israeli Apartheid, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Ellen Flanders, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Max Riethmuller, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Smadar Carmon, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Vera Szoke, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Naomi, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Natasha Lewis, London BDS, London, England, UK

lynda lemberg, educators for peace and justice, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Sandra Glasbeek, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Hedy Muysson, Westport, Ontario, Canada

Judith Deutsch, Independent Jewish Voices, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Elisabeth Chomko, Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada

Denise Glasbeek, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Dianne Moore, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Susan Starkman, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Don Cooper, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Nicola Pratt, University and College Union, Coventry, West Midlands, United Kingdom

Ellen Shifrin, Toronto, ON, Canada

Cathy Gulkin, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Gordon Murray, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Brian Campbell, Seriously Free Speech Committee, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Masud Sheikh, Oakville, Ontario, Canada

Kamalanand Karel Cernik, Teplice, Czech Republic, Czech Republic

Mark Bradbeer, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Andrew Irving, Communist Party Australia, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Pip Hinman, Socialist Alliance anti-war spokesperson

Sue Bolton, Victorian Convenor Socialist Alliance

Justine Kamprad

Morgan Bach

Maxine Caron

Gareth Smith

Wayne Klempel, AMWU northern districts secretary (Melbourne)

Tim Gooden, Gelong Trades Hall Secretary

S. Alexander, Germany

Dr. Joel Windle

Cody d’Entremont, Ontario Public Interest Research Group – Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

David ALBUQUERQUE, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Anthony Muhitch, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Julie Jordan, Adelaide, SA, Australia

Elizabeth Dossetor, Thornbury, VIC, Australia

Dr Vacy Vlazna, Justice for Palestine Matters, Sydney, NSW, Country

Cathy Lewis, Melbourne Antu-Intervention Collective, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Yossef(a) Mekyton, The Practical Solidarity Institute, Beer-Sheva, Israel

Pat Montague, Toronto, Canada

Angeline Shannan, Researcher/ Human Rights advocate, Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia

France Meyer, Canberra, ACT, Australia

Lynda Lemberg, Educators for Peace and Jjustice, Ontario, Canada

Herman Rosenfeld, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Katy H, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Shurik Kkhan, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Ghassen Ben Khelifa, Tunis, Tunis, Tunisia

Don Schmidt, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

David Szollosy, Georgina, Ontario, Canada

Jake, NION-Not in our name, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Michael Kuttner, Educators for Peace and Justice, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Himani Bannerji, York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Mark Robert Brill, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Kevin Moloney, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

J. Zimmerman, Toronto activism, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Anne Piper, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Marion Pollack, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Elena Galvan, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Jason Kunin, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Judy Gilbert, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Alex Na, Montreal, QC, Canada

Nidaa, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Frances Bewicke, La Trobe Uni, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Janice Catherall, Socialist Alternative, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Susan El-Zaatari, Damascus, MD, United States

Laura Riccardi, Environment/Social Justice Officer Monash Student Association, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Jagoda Sekular, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Youakim, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Marshall Nichols, Footscray, Victoria, Australia

Llanon Davis, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Elizabeth Walsh, Member of United Voice, Northcote, VIC, Australia

Jessica Martin, International Socialist Organization, Austin, TX, United States

Reeshan, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Joshua Lees, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Gregory DeSylva, Rhinebeck, New York, USA

Amr Alshakshir, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Bassem Chit, Socialist Forum (Lebanon), Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon

Mahienour El-Massry, Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt

Jessica, Brisbane, Qld, Australia

Dorothy Meyer, Canberra, ACT, Australia

Mahmoud El-Sherif, Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt

Adam Bottomley, Australian Services Union delegate, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Tithi Bhattacharya, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States

Jordan Humphreys, Social Justice Officer Macquarie University Student Representative Association, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Rebecca Hynek, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Bill Mullen, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, US

Ansar Fayyazuddin, Brooklyn, NY, USA

Kristiana Kilvert, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Tom Bramble, Socialist Alternative, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Jairus Banaji, historian and writer, Bombay, Maharashtra, India

Sybil cock, London, Uk

Tamara Saade, Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon

John Rees, Counterfire, London, Greater London, UK

Mirfat Sulaiman, Birmingham, england, UK

Amina Hussain, Sydney, NSW, Australia

ray mouawad, sydney, nsw, australia

Anindya Bhattacharyya, London, United Kingdom

Farooq Tariq, Labour Party Pakistan, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan

David McNally, New Socialist Group, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Sarah Comboni, Bridgeport, CT, USA

Rutaban Yameen, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Elizabeth Creely, San Francisco, CA, USA

Targol Mesbah, Oakland, CA, USA

Gabriel Piterberg, Los Angeles, California, USA

Kalani Young, Utopia, Seattle, Wa, Usa

Libor Von Schonau, Occupy Wall Street, New York, New York, USA

Marcy Newman, Beirut, Lebanon

malini johar schueller, gainesville, fl, usa

Heike Schotten, Cambridge, MA, USA

carol gates, newport beach, ca, usa

Eiko Kosasa, Honolulu, Hawai’i, USA

John Riddell, Toronto Bolivia Solidarity, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Benjamin Kapron, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Lars Henrik Carlskov, International Socialists (DK), Aarhus, Denmark

Merete Lindegaard, Lynge, Denmark

Bianca Isaki, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

Kit Mosegård Bruun, Fåborg, Danmark

Fred Carroll, Middletown, CT, United States

Kit Aastrup, Aarhus C, Danmark, Denmark

Alvin Mosegaard Jensen, Faaborg, Danmark, Danmark

Marian Larsen, Dansk Palestinensisk Venskacsforening, Odense, Fyn, Denmark

John Bell, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Rohini Hensman, writer and activist, Insaaniyat, Bombay, Maharashtra, India

Goretti Horgan, Derry City, Northern Ireland, Ireland

Richie Keane, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland

Pat Byrne, Derry, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland

Moira Morton, Trade Union Friends of Palestine, Belfast, County Down, Northern Ireland

Jessica Bonnily, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Lynda Sullivan, Belfast, Antrim, Ireland

Mark Foley, Derry, Derry, Ireland

Yonatan Ungermann Goldshtein, ISM, Silkborg, Midt, Denmark

Dr Tad Tietze, Psychiatrist, political blogger, co-editor of On Utøya: Anders Breivik, Right Terror, Racism and Europe, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Murad Banaji, London, UK

Rob Kennedy, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Terri Mc Laughlin, SPSC, Glasgow, Scotland

Ossama Kullie, Kassel, Hessen, Germany

Cathy Braithwaite, Belfast, Antrim, United Kingdom

jane kaljouw, melbourne, victoria, australia

Heather Formaini, Lucca, Tuscany, Italy

Lone Toften, Århus, Denmark

Tanya Selig, Sunland, Ca. USA

Nina Agerskov, Kbh N, DK, Danmark

Bill Koukmenides, Naked Liberals, Albanvale, Victoria, Australia

Carla Haragli, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Deepa Kumar, Associate Professor, Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersy, United States

Jules Elbeshausen, Pexec, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Fay Waddington, Queensland Palestine Solidarity, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Noa Shandlinger, Tel Aviv, Occupied Palestine

Elizabeth Humphrys, Sydney, NSW, Australia

kasper, Aarhus, Jutland, Denmark

Josep Canals Sala, Universitat de Barcelona, L’Ametlla de Mar, Tarragona, Spain

Tahrir, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Nour Salman, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Christine McCabe, Amnesty International, Cambridge, Cambs, United Kingdom

Fatima Uygun, Govanhill Baths Community Trust, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotand

Col Johnson, Cairns, Qld, Australia

John Levan Bernhart, www.politicalfolkmusic.org, Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Japan

Dave Clinch, Palestine Solidarity Campaign, National Union of Teachers, Torrington, Devon, UK

Andrew Tait, Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union delegate, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand

Hala Nasr, Auckland, New Zealand

Julia Voye, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Norma Anderson, Elgin, Moray, UK

Reem, Member of Australian Education Union, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Mohammad Fadel, University of Toronto Faculty of Law, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Ayman Fadel, Augusta, Georgia, USA

melad sameer salameh, al-led, naher al bared camp, lebanon

donald curmi, thunder bay, Ontario, Canada

Kyle Webster, Socialist Alliance, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia

Cynthia Franklin, University of Hawai’i, Honolulu, HI, United States

george jones, perth, wa, aus

Paul Cooper, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Thomas Marcinkowski, Socialist Alternative/Friends of Palestine WA, Perth, WA, Australia

Sharon Byard, Wollongong, NSW, Australia

Marcelo Soares, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Braziil

Ivette Gonzalez, Canberra, ACT, Australia

Betty Jabornik, Selby, Victoria, Australia

Sarah Haynes, Friends of Palestine (WA), Perth, WA, Australia

Alex Whisson, Friends of Palestine WA, Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Ali Hosseini, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Marina Lever, AFOPA, Adelaide, SA, Australia

Edwin E. Daniel, Victoria Coalition Against Israeli Apartheid, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Dr. Tara Atluri, The Ontario College of Art and Design University/York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Randa Farah, London, Ontario, Canada

Judith Deutsch, Independent Jewish Voices, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Laura Westra, University of Windsor, Maple, Ontario, Canada

Peter Eglin, WIlfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Shahnaz Khan, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Anne Meneley, Trent University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Reuben Roth, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

Marty Roth, Independent Jewish Voices, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Daniel Fry, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Fatma Ali, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Tameem Khader, Karratha, Western Australia, Australia

Yohan Bourgeois, Occupy Melbourne, Parnans, Drôme, France

Jane Kaljouw, melbourne, victoria, australia

Muhammad Zaid Zainuddin, windsor, VIC, Australia

Dean Maloney, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Kat Henderson, National Union of Students Queer Officer, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Tiki Curnow, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Jessica Payne, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Ali Hosseini, Students For Justice In Palestine UNSW, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Abed, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Peter Boyle, National Co-Convenor Socialist Alliance, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Tony Backhouse, Narraweena, NSW, Australia

Neville Spencer, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Fleur Taylor, Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance workplace delegate, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Marty Morrison, CJPP, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Tom O’Lincoln, Socialist Alternative, Melbourne, Vic, Australia

Hannah Russell, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Janey Stone, St Kilda, Vic, Australia

Holly Uber, Melbourne, Vic, Australia

Jamie christensen, Auckland, Nz

Cecilia Judge, rank and file member of the Australian Services Union, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Liam Ward, Workplace delegate and national councillor in National Tertiary Education Union, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Peter Chidiac, London, Ontario, Canada

norrie mAy-welby, Redfern, NSW, Australia

Andrew Stevens, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Jamz, Lismore, NSW, Australia

Helen Walsh, Watsonia, Victoria, Australian

Benedict Noel, SciTank Pty Ltd, Perth, WA, Australia

Elizabeth Haynes, Women in Black, Perth, WA, Australia

Eileen Whitehead, Perth, WA, Australia

Glenys Davies, Perth, WA, Australia

Nathalie Haymann, Friends of Palestine WA, Jurien Bay, Western Australia, Australia

Patricia Hanson, Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Dale Mills, Solicitor and Barrister (NSW), Sydney, NSW, Australia

Sam Cavallaro, Curtin University Student Guild Queer Officer, Curtin University Student Guild, Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Tim Strom, Acid Rain Dance, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Joshua Baker, Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Marcy Newman, Beirut, Lebanon

Tom Rainey-Smith, Seoul, South Korea

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