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Peticin de 300 acadmicos britnicos de boicot, desinversin y sanciones a Israel
Indignacin creciente ante a la matanza en Gaza

The Guardian

Traducido del ingls para Rebelin por Beatriz Morales Bastos


Las masacres en Gaza son la ltima fase de una guerra que Israel he estado manteniendo contra el pueblo palestino durante ms de 60 aos. El objetivo de esta guerra siempre ha sido el mismo: utilizar un abrumador poder militar para erradicar a los palestinos como fuerza poltica, capaz de resistir a la continua apropiacin de su tierra y de sus recursos. La guerra de Israel contra los palestinos ha convertido Gaza y Cisjordania en dos gigantescas crceles polticas. En esta guerra no hay simetra alguna en trminos de principios, tcticas o consecuencias. Israel es responsable de emprenderla y de intensificarla, y de poner fin al ms reciente periodo de hostilidades.

Israel tienen que perder. No basta con pedir otro alto el fuego o ms ayuda humanitaria. No basta con urgir a que se reanude el dilogo y a que se reconozcan las preocupaciones y sufrimientos de ambas partes. Si creemos en el principio de autodeterminacin democrtica, si ratificamos el derecho a resistir a una agresin militar y a una ocupacin colonial, entonces estamos obligados a tomar partido ... contra Israel y con el pueblo de Gaza y Cisjordania.

Tenemos que hacer cuanto podamos para impedir a Israel ganar esta guerra. Israel tiene que aceptar que su seguridad depende de la justicia y de la coexistencia pacfica con sus vecinos y no del criminal uso de la fuerza.

Creemos que Israel debera parar inmediata e incondicionalmente su agresin a Gaza y la ocupacin de Cisjordania, y renunciar a todo derecho a poseer o controlar territorio ms all de sus fronteras de 1967. Hacemos un llamamiento al gobierno britnico y al pueblo britnico a que den todos los pasos que sean factibles para obligar a Israel a cumplir estas exigencias, empezando por un programa de boicot, desinversin y sanciones [a Israel].

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