Next, internationals shared the efforts of their countries. David Bondia, presented the Barcelona conclusion of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine. This case used with Vietnamconflict would draw on a UN resolution that would reaffirm the primacy of international law as the basis for the settlement of the Israeli Palestinian conflict. It would bring the weight of international law and the attention of international public opinion on the situation in Palestine. http://www.russelltribunalonpalestine.net/pages/The_call-1153313.html
Persons from Spain, Germany, Italy, France, Canada and Great Britain shared the experience of their Palestine solidarity work. Much work is being done for BDS in all countries and in twinning in Britain.
Israeli “refusenik”, Sahar Vardi, presented her story of rejecting service in the Israeli military.
Israeli peace activist, Jonathan Pollack, told of increased violent repression by the Israeli army – high-velocity tear gas projectiles which has injured and killed protestors, the use of real bullets, and the covering up of crimes. The increased strength of the tear gas was evident at the Friday demonstration.