1.1 What is the Call for Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions against Israeli Occupation and Apartheid?
1.2 What are the objectives of the Call for Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions?
1.3 How are the calls for boycott, divestment, and sanctions against Israeli Occupation and Apartheid linked?
1.4 Are we strong enough to make the Call for Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions effective?
1.5 Don’t boycott, divestment, and sanctions campaigns also hurt Palestinians?
1.6 Why do you not call for boycott and divestment only from companies directly involved in the construction of the Apartheid Wall?
1.7 With boycott, divestment, and sanctions, aren’t you targeting the citizens of Israel instead of the politicians who make Israeli Apartheid politics?
2. THE CALL FOR BOYCOTT AGAINST ISRAELI OCCUPATION AND APARTHEID
2.1 What is a boycott?
2.2 Are boycotts effective?
2.3 How can I recognize Israeli products? Are there lists of goods to be boycotted?
2.4 What is the academic boycott?
2.5 Doesn’t the academic boycott limit the growth of opposition within Israel and target scholars who oppose the politics of Israeli Apartheid?
2.6 Are academic boycotts effective?
2.7 What would an academic boycott look like?
2.8 What is the cultural boycott?
2.9 What is the sports boycott?
3. THE CALL FOR DIVESTMENT FROM ISRAELI OCCUPATION AND APARTHEID
3.1 What is divestment and disinvestment?
3.2 How did divestment campaigns work for the movement against apartheid in South Africa?
3.3 How can I know which companies are Israeli or support Israeli Apartheid?
4. THE CALL FOR SANCTIONS AGAINST ISRAELI OCCUPATION AND APARTHEID
4.1 What are sanctions?
4.2 Haven’t sanctions often proved to be counterproductive, simply strengthening the existing politics in the countries subject to sanctions? And aren’t they often also inhumane, since they punish the poor?
4.3 Who can implement sanctions?
4.4 Since sanctions are a measure to be taken by governments and international bodies, how can the people create effective pressure for sanctions against Israeli Apartheid?