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Dimanche 12 Avril 2009

débat organisé par FFIPP et IJAN le 20 avril 2009 à 19h00 à Uni Mail, salle MS150, en relation avec la conférence de Durban II qui se tiendra à Genève du 20 au 24 avril.

Marc Ellis et Eric Hazan seront nos invités. Nous discuterons de l'instrumentalisation de l'holocauste et de notre position vis-à-vis de cette manipulation, particulièrement suite à la récente agression israélienne sur Gaza.



Marc Ellis and Ellis Hazan will speak about the instrumentalization of the  holocaust and our location in relation to it, in particular after the recent Israeli aggression in Gaza.

We hope you can attend.

Please share with your network.

Gabriel Ash
International Jewish Anti-zionist Network http://www.ijsn.net

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From Warsaw to Gaza: Memory & Responsibility

Monday April 20 2009, 7 PM Geneva, Uni Mail Hall MS150*

Panel discussion with

Marc Ellis
Prof. of Jewish History at Baylor University. Author of 15 books including Toward a Jewish Theology of Liberation et Israel and Palestine: Out of the Ashes: The Search for Jewish Identity in the Twenty-first Century.

Eric Hazan
Editor and Manager of la Fabrique éditions, writer (including Notes sur l’occupation  – Naplouse, Kalkilyia, Hébron (La Fabrique); Changement de propriétaire, la guerre civile continue (Le Seuil).


April 19, 1943 is the date of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. On April 20 2009 the World Conference Against Racism (Durban Review) opens in Geneva. In relation to these two dates, we organize this conference in order to encourage, with the help of our invitees, reflection on the instrumentalization of holocaust remembrance and our responsibility for this remembrance as well as towards Palestinians resisting the violence of state racism today.


Organized by IJAN - Geneva International Jewish Anti-zionist Network http://www.ijsn.net FFIPP-Genève (Faculty for Israeli-Palestinian Peace) email : geneva@ijsn.net

* The University of Geneva is not involved in this event

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De Varsovie à Gaza: Mémoire et Responsabilité

Lundi 20 avril 2009 à 19h à Genève, Uni Mail Salle MS150*

Conférence et discussion avec

Marc Ellis
Professeur d’histoire juive à l’Université de Baylor aux Etats Unis. Auteur de quinze livres dont Toward a Jewish Theology of Liberation et Israel and
Palestine: Out
of the Ashes: The Search for Jewish Identity in the Twenty-first Century.

Eric Hazan
Editeur, dirige la Fabrique éditions, écrivain (derniers ouvrages parus :
Notes sur
l’occupation – Naplouse, Kalkilyia, Hébron (La Fabrique); Changement de propriétaire, la guerre civile continue (Le Seuil).

Une discussion publique suivra les interventions des conférenciers.
Le 19 avril est la date de commémoration du soulèvement du ghetto de Varsovie en 1943; le 20 avril 2009 s’ouvre la conférence mondiale contre le racisme. En relation avec ces deux évènements, nous organisons cette conférence publique afin d’encourager, avec l’aide de nos invités, une réflexion sur les procédés utilisés pour l'instrumentalisation de la mémoire de l’Holocauste. Nos responsabilités envers cette mémoire ainsi que vis à vis des Palestiniens qui résistent à la violence d’un racisme d’État feront également partie de cette réflexion.

Organisé par IJAN - Réseau international juif antisioniste http://www.ijsn.net FFIPP-Genève (Faculty for Israeli-Palestinian Peace) courriel :
geneva@ijsn.net

* L’université de Genève est étrangère à cette manifestation


International Jewish Anti-zionist Network: April 20, Warsaw to Gaza with Marc Ellis and Eric Hazan in Geneva

April Events

Below you will find various activities IJAN is organizing or collaborating on over the coming weeks in response to or in conjunction with the World Conference Against Racism, otherwise known as the Durban Review Conference (DRC). For example, IJAN is cooperating with the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions National Committee in their sponsorship of the Israel Review Conference, a two-day conference in Geneva preceding the DRC. On April 18, there will a mass demonstration in Geneva against racism and xenophobia. IJAN is co-sponsoring this event and supporting coordinated demonstrations (see below) in cities around the world. IJAN's campaign to resist racism, apartheid and genocide will also be kicking off at this time in both London and Geneva and will develop through the year. This participation reflects IJAN's understanding of Zionism not only as a form of racism and colonialism in Palestine and the region, but as working hand in hand with racist policies and practices in the United States and Europe. It is an expression of our commitment to working at the intersection of Palestine liberation and broader anti-racist and anti-colonial struggles.

United Against Apartheid, Colonialism and Occupation - Dignity &  Justice for the Palestinian People

Israel Review Conference

Geneva, 18-19 April 2009

Israel Review Conference logo

Visit: http://israelreview.bdsmovement.net

United Against Racism, Dignity & Justice for All - is the slogan of the United Nations' Durban Review Conference to be held in Geneva between 20 and 24 April 2009.

United Against Apartheid, Colonialism and Occupation, Dignity & Justice for the Palestinian People - is the slogan of those who believe that international law can and should become relevant for the people and governments in the Middle East.

 

 

The Israel Review Conference

The Israel Review Conference will take place in Geneva on 18 - 19 April, two days before the United Nations' Durban Review Conference will examine the progress made in implementation of the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action (DDPA) adopted by the World Conference Against Racism (2001) and strengthen its recommendations.

The Israel Review Conference will bring together internationally renowned experts and actors for social and political justice who will:

  • examine how the UN anti-racism instruments apply to Israel's policies and practices regarding the Palestinian people; and,
  • develop practical recommendations on how to make Israel accountable to international law and protect the rights of the Palestinian people.

The second day of the conference will be reserved for self-organized workshops and planning meetings of the global Campaign for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) against Israel until it complies with international law.

IJAN will be organizing a panel on the Jewish National Fund campaign with Habitat International Coalition, the Scottish Palestine Solidarity Committee and the Palestinian BNC as well as a panel with United Against Racism on building joint struggle across grassroots movements and Palestine liberation in the United States.

The Israel Review Conference is open to the public. It will be held at the Hotel Le Grenil, Avenue Sainte-Clotilde 7, 1205 Geneva.

For more information, updates, and a detailed program of the conference, please visit:
http://israelreview.bdsmovement.net

The Israel-Review Conference is sponsored by the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions National Committee (BNC) in cooperation with the:

  • European Coordinating Committee on Palestine (ECCP)
  • International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network (IJAN)
  • International Coordinating Network on Palestine (ICNP)

To contact the organizers, please write to: info@bdsmovement.net

To register online, visit: http://israelreview.bdsmovement.net/node/29

Note: The Israel Review Conference is open to the general public. The purpose of this registration is to help the organizers in planning for the conference.

To contact the organizers, please write to: outreach@bdsmovement.net

Internationally Coordinated Demonstrations

Demonstrations

In solidarity with the grassroots movements demonstrating at the World Conference Against Racism to demand accountability for the role of governments in racism, we are organizing a global day of action.

On April 18th, join with others across the globe in taking another step toward a united front against racism!

Join with the families of 10,000 Palestinian political prisoners being held in Israeli prisons and detention centers.

Join with families of political prisoners and immigrants held in detention in the United States and Guantanamo.

Join with the international community gathering in Geneva for the World Conference Against Racism to demand international accountability for racism, anti-immigrant policies and colonization.

Organize a rally, demonstration or educational event in support of local struggles for racial and economic justice, immigrant and indigenous rights, and in solidarity with the people of Afghanistan, Iraq, Haiti and Palestine struggling against occupation.

For more information, contact organize@unitedagainstracism.net or ijan@ijsn.net .

For full call-to-action and background information: www.unitedagainstracism.net.



Dimanche 12 Avril 2009


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1.Posté par Phèdre le 12/04/2009 22:55 | Alerter
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Quel bandes d'antisemites ces semites, ou sont-ils pro-semites ? je suis confus !

2.Posté par DéDé "contre les opresseurs" le 13/04/2009 07:21 | Alerter
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la confusion est dans la tete des sionistes et on en voit le resultat en tout cas pour moi ce n'est pas de la confusion qu'en une personne remet en cause l'instrumentalisation de la shoah ,tout simplement parce que c'est la réalité .

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