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“I were to Palestine the place I’ve witnessed the racially segregated housing and the humiliation of Palestinians at army roadblocks. I can’t aid yet take into account the stipulations we skilled in South Africa less than apartheid. shall we now not have completed our freedom with out assistance from humans world wide utilizing the nonviolent technique of boycotts and divestment to compel governments and associations to withdraw their aid for the apartheid regime. Omar Barghouti’s lucid and morally compelling booklet is completely timed to make a massive contribution to this urgently wanted worldwide crusade for justice, freedom and peace.”
—Archbishop Desmond Tutu

THIRTY YEARS in the past, a global circulation using boycott, divestment, and sanction (BDS) strategies rose in harmony with these agony below the brutal apartheid regime of South Africa. The old acts of BDS activists from around the globe remoted South Africa as a pariah kingdom and heralded the top of apartheid.

Now, as knowledge of the apartheid nature of the country of Israel keeps to develop, Omar Barghouti, founding member of the Palestinian Civil Society Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) crusade opposed to Israel, offers a renewed name to motion. aimed toward forcing the kingdom of Israel to uphold foreign legislation and common human rights for the Palestinian humans, here's a manifesto for change.

“No one has performed extra to construct the highbrow, criminal and ethical case for BDS than Omar Barghouti. the worldwide Palestinian harmony stream has been remodeled and is at the cusp of significant new breakthroughs.”
—Naomi Klein, writer of The surprise Doctrine and No Logo

"There isn't any extra finished and persuasive case than his for boycott, divestment, and sanctions to finish the Israeli career and identify the moral declare of Palestinian rights.”
—Judith Butler, college of California at Berkeley

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19-20; Ibn al-Athir, vol. ix, p. 444; Barhebraeus, p. 213; Mirkhwand, Raudat al-safd\ vol. iv, p. 106. Ibn al-Athir, ix, 410-11; Barhebraeus, p. 207; for much more detailed information in the Christian sources, cf. Honigmann, Die Ostgren^e des By^antiniscben Reicbes, pp. 181-2; Yinang, Anadolu'nun fethi, pp. 49-50; and Cahen, By^antion (1948), pp. 16-17. Yinang, op. cit. pp. 50-7. 1 2 3 44 TOGHRIL AND THE BUYIDS 1 (439/1047-8). A b u Kalijar died the next year, before he could recover his province of Kirman from the Saljuq Qavurt b.

After the Dandánqán victory, this man was dispatched to Baghdad with the Saljuqs' fath-nama (formal announce­ ment of victory), a document written on the battlefield with materials salvaged from the abandoned Ghaznavid chancery. 1 3 III. WESTERN AND CENTRAL IRAN OF T H E 5TH/1ITH IN THE FIRST HALF CENTURY With the east secured by the success at Dandanqan, the lands farther west now lay open to Saljuq attack. In 431/1040 western and central Iran were in the last phase of what V . Minorsky has called the "Dailami 1 Investigation into complaints of tyranny {ma%alini) was one of the traditional duties of Islamic rulers; cf.

The 7th/13th-century Armenian historian Vardan calls Toghril "leader of the D o g e r " , another Oghuz tribe, who, unlike the Qiniq, did play a significant role in northern Iran; and Cahen has suggested that in his capacity as chief of a coalition of tribes, Toghril might be considered the head of the Doger. Only in the 6th/i2th century do we have some informa­ tion about the activities of individual Oghuz tribes, though we do know that in the middle decades of the 5th/nth century there had been a considerable influx of Central Asian elements into northern Iran and thence to the borders of Armenia and Byzantium.

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