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Apartheid Israélien: Appel de centaines de personnalités du monde entier contre la censure

Dans le cadre de la Semaine contre l’Apartheid Israélien (IAW), la campagne BDS France accueille le militant anti-apartheid sud-africain Professeur Farid Esack dans plusieurs villes de France. Farid Esack, une figure majeure de la lutte sud-africaine pour la libération, ancien commissaire pour l’égalité des genres nommé par Nelson Mandela et éminent universitaire international, a été censuré par plusieurs universités françaises.  Des centaines de personnalités notables, dont d’éminents universitaires et trois Ministres sud-africains ( gouvernement ) ont appelé les Universités françaises à permettre à Farid Esack de s’exprimer librement . Ci-dessous la pétition et le communiqué de la campagne BDS France.

PETITION

Nous appelons les universités françaises à ne pas succomber à la pression d’interdire le militant anti-apartheid et universitaire Farid Esack de s’exprimer sur la Palestine.

Nous venons d’apprendre que diverses universités françaises sont soumises à une pression pour refuser au professeur Farid Esack, une figure majeure de la lutte sud africaine pour la libération, chef de file pour l’égalité des genres et l’un des plus éminents universitaires internationaux sur le pluralisme religieux, de prendre la parole sur leur campus sur la question de la Palestine. Nous prenons acte que les objections soulevées contre sa présence sur le terrain portent sur son présumé anti-sémitisme et son goût pour la violence.

Le professeur Esack, dans toutes ses publications et discours, a montré un engagement remarquable pour les principes de justice et de lutte contre toutes formes de racisme -y compris l’anti-sémitisme, le sexisme, l’exploitation économique et l’homophobie. Son engagement dans la lutte pour la justice en faveur du peuple Palestinien n’est que la suite logique d’une vie d’engagement pour la justice. Il s’est systématiquement opposé à l’anti-sémitisme dans toutes ses manifestations et a été un point d’ancrage pour le pluralisme et la non-violence.

En tant qu’universitaires, militants sociaux, politiciens et autres membres de la société civile, nous pouvons partager on non toutes les positions du professeur Esack sur tout. C’est la nature de notre travail. Cependant, nous protestons contre toutes tentatives qui visent à faire taire cette voix en faveur de la Justice.

Nous demandons immédiatement que le Professeur Esack soit autorisé à s’exprimer lors des évènements qui ont lieu en France.

Signataires

  1. Ahmed Abbas, Association of Academics for the Respect of International Law in Palestine, France

  2. Malik Aberkane, Service Informatique, University of Lorraine Metz, France

  3. Issam Aburaya, Associate Professor (Religious Studies), Seton Hall University, USA

  4. Councilor Anwar Adams, Western Cape Leader of the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania, South Africa

  5. Bernard Adeney-Risakotta, Professor, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia

  6. Mehnaz M. Afridi, Professor & Director (Holocaust, Genocide & Interfaith Education Center), NY, USA

  7. Kayum Ahmad, Executive Director, South African Commission for Human Rights, South Africa

  8. Zubair Ahmad, Research Associate, Frankfurt Research Center for Postcolonial Studies, Germany

  9. Peter Alexander, Professor of Sociology, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  10. Dr Fuad Ali, Research Fellow, University of Greenwich, UK

  11. Muhamad Ali, Assistant Professor (Islamic Studies), University of California, USA

  12. Birgit Althaler, Translator, Basel, Switzerland

  13. Adeeb Alzanoon, Chair: Sacramento Regional Coalition for Palestinian Rights, USA

  14. Dr. Abdullahi An-Na‘im, Professor of Law, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

  15. Katajun Amirpur, Professor of Islamic Studies, University of Hamburg, Germany

  16. Philip Aptel, Former CNRS Research Director, University Paul Sabatier, France

  17. Reverend Edwin Arrison, General Secretary: Kairos Southern Africa, South Africa

  18. Louise Asmal, PhD (hon), Chairperson of the Board of the Foundation for Human Rights, South Africa

  19. Dominique Avon, Professor of History, University of Maine, France

  20. Dr Najib George Awad, Hartford Seminary, Connecticut, USA

  21. Mehdi Azaiez, Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies, Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, Catholic University, Leuven

  22. Aziz Al-Azmeh, University Professor, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

  23. Gabeba Baderoon, Assistant Professor (Women’s Studies and African Studies), Penn State University, USA

  24. Nadia Al-Bagdadi, Professor (History), Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

  25. Javier Barreda Sureda, Lecturer, Departamento de Filologías Integradas, University of Alicante, Spain

  26. Rémi Bachand, Professor, University of Quebec, Montreal, Canada

  27. Mona Baker, Professor (Translation Studies), University of Manchester, UK

  28. Mohammed Bamyeh, Professor (Sociology), University of Pittsburgh, USA

  29. Asma Barlas, Professor (Politics), Ithaca College, USA

  30. Omar Barghouti, Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI), Palestine

  31. Ahmed C Bawa, Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Durban University of Technology, South Africa

  32. Umesh Bawa, Senior Lecturer (Psychology), University of the Western cape, South Africa

  33. Rachid Benzine, Associate research IEP Aix en Provence, France

  34. Yahya Birt, PhD Candidate, University of Leeds, UK

  35. Natasha Blignaut, Member of Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine/Israel, South Africa

  36. Dr Hatem Bazian, Lecturer (Near Eastern Studies), UC Berkeley, USA

  37. Willy Beauvallet-Haddad, Maitre de conférences en science politique à l’Université Lumière Lyon 2, France

  38. Dr Anne Becker, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, North-West University, South Africa

  39. Emma Bell, Coordinator: European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control, Italy

  40. Judith Bello, United National Antiwar Coalition, USA

  41. Daniel C. Beros, Professor of Systematic Theology, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  42. Anne-Marie Beukes, Professor and Head of Department (Linguistics), University of Johannesburg, S. Africa

  43. A. Bigelow, Associate Professor (Philosophy and Religion Studies), North Carolina State University, USA

  44. Allan Boesak, Professor & Director: Desmond Tutu Centre for Peace, Global Justice & Reconciliation, SA

  45. Ali Boulayoune, Sociologist, University of Lorraine, France

  46. Youssef Boussoumah, Campagne Civile Internationale pour la Protection du Peuple Palestinien, France

  47. Houria Bouteldja, Member of Indigenous People of the Republic (PIR), France

  48. Hendrik Bosman, Professor (Theology), Stellenbosch University, South Africa

  49. Jean-Pierre Bouché, Research Director (Retired), Toulouse, France

  50.  Breyten Breytenbach, Writer, Artist, Founder and Board Member of the Gorée Institute, Senegal

  51. Ryan Brizendine, PhD candidate, Yale University, USA

  52. Anna Alex Broadbent, Professor & Vice Dean (Research), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  53. Jonathan Brockopp, Professor & Director of Graduate Studies in History, Penn State University, USA

  54. Rainer Brömer, Associate Professor (History of Medicine and Ethics), Istanbul University, Turkey

  55. Jonathan AC Brown, Assistant Professor of Muslim-Christian Understanding, Georgetown University, USA

  56. Imraan Buccus, Researcher, University of Kwazulu Natal, South Africa

  57. Dr O.A. Buffel, Senior Lecturer (Practical Theology), University of South Africa, South Africa

  58. Zahid Bukhari, Executive Director: Center for Islam and Public Policy (CIPP), Washington DC, USA

  59. Ernest J. Bursey, Professor of Religion, Adventist University of Health Sciences, Orlando, Florida

  60. Charles E. Butterworth, Emeritus Professor, University of Maryland, USA

  61. Michel Cahen, CNRS Research Director, Sciences Po Bordeaux, France

  62. Alex Callinicos, Professor of European Studies, King’s College London, UK

  63. Céline Cantat, PhD Candidate, Migrinter, Université de Poitiers and UEL, London, UK

  64. Dr Yousef Casewit, Instructor (Medieval Heritage and Culture), American University of Sharjah, UAE

  65. Céline Cantat, PhD Candidate, Migrinter, Université de Poitiers and UEL, London, UK

  66. Margaret Cassar, Coordinator Adelaide BDS, Australia

  67. John Chalcraft, Associate Professor, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

  68. Dr Ruchi Chaturvedi, Lecturer, University of Cape Town, South Africa

  69. Ayesha S. Chaudhry, Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia, Canada

  70. Denzil Chetty, Lecturer, University of South Africa, South Africa

  71. Reverend Frank Chikane, Former Director General, Office of the President, South Africa

  72. Dr Yves Chilliard, Research Director, INRA, France

  73. Paulette Coetzee, Lecturer, University of Zululand, South Africa

  74. Mickaeel Collier, Chairman of Friends of Al Aqsa South Africa, South Africa

  75. Christelle Conte, Executive Secretariat, University of Lorraine – Nancy Brabois IUT, France

  76. Annie Conter, Professor Emeritus (Genetics), University of Toulouse III, France

  77. David Cote, Lawyers for Human Rights, Johannesburg, South Africa

  78. Maggie Coulter, Secretary Sacramento Regional Coalition for Palestinian Rights, France

  79. Ismail Coovadia, Former South African Ambassador to Israel, South Africa

  80. Jean-Yves Croizé, Professor, Enseignant à l’université de Cergy-Pontoise Université de Cergy, France

  81. Edward E. Curtis IV, Professor of Religious Studies, Indiana University – Purdue University, USA

  82. Mike Cushman, Lecturer, London School of Economics, UK

  83. Hamid Dabashi, Professor of Iranian Studies and Comparative Literature, Columbia University, USA

  84. Bassam Dally, Professor and Executive Member of The Australian Friends of Palestine Association and Australian Palestinian Advocacy Network, Australia

  85. Rufino Enno Dango, CP – Ph.D. Candidate, World Religion World Church, University of Notre Dame, USA

  86. AV. Dulac, Senior lecturer, Paris 13 University, France

  87. Philippe Daumas, Maître de Conférences (retired), Université Paul Valéry, France

  88. Marc David, Professor, University of Antwerpen, Belgium

  89. Sonia Dayan-Herzbrun, Professor Emerita, Université Paris Diderot, Paris

  90. Dr. Sheila Delany, Emerita, Simon Fraser University, Canada

  91. Christine Delphy, Research Director Emeritus CNRS, France

  92. Marlene de Beer, Lecturer, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  93. Peter Derkx, Professor of Humanism and Worldviews, University of Humanistic Studies, Netherlands

  94. Henk de Smaele, Professor, University of Antwerpen, Belgium

  95. Annemarie de Wildt, Curator, Amsterdam Museum

  96. Dr Frederiek de Vlaming, Senior Researcher, Amsterdam Center for International Law, Netherlands

  97. Danielle van Dobben Schoon, PhD Candidate, University of Arizona, USA

  98. Andrea Doyle, Associate Professor, University Johannesburg, South Africa

  99. Ulrich Duchrow, Professor, University of Heidelberg, Germany

  100. Dr.Yunus Dumbe, Faculty of Social Sciences, Kwame Nkrumah University, Ghana

  101. Stephanie-Lee Du Plooy, Chairperson (UN Women HeforShe Campaign), Stellenbosch University, S Africa

  102. Sylvia Duverger, Journalist, doctorante à Paris 8, France

  103. Kaathima Ebrahim, School Programme Corodinator, SANZAF, South Africa

  104. Abdul Khaliq Ebrahim Allie, Secretary General, Muslim Judicial Council, South Africa

  105. Hanan Elsayed, Assistant Professor, Occidental College, USA

  106. John L. Esposito, University Professor, Georgetown University, USA

  107. Dr Nafisa Essop Sheik, Lecturer, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  108. Mohammad Fadel, Associate Professor (Law), University of Toronto, Canada

  109. Nadia Fadel, Assistant Professor, Catholic University Leuven, Belgium

  110. Richard Falk, Professor of International Law Emeritus, Princeton University, USA

  111. Nahyan Fancy, Assistant Professor of History, DePauw University, Indiana, USA

  112. Aslam Fataar, Professor & Vice Dean (Faculty of Education), Stellenbosch University, South Africa

  113. Benkhaldoun Fayssal, Professor, Paris 13 University, France

  114. Tomaso Ferrando, PhD Candidate, Ecole de Droit de Sciences Po, France

  115. Ingrid Fiske, Affiliation Professor, Extra-Mural Studies, University of Cape Town, South Africa

  116. Melissa Finn, Lecturer, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada

  117. Alejandro Forero, Researcher, Observatory Penal System and Human Rights, Barcelona Uni., Spain

  118. Perinet François, Retired Lecturer, University Paris-Sud, France

  119. Dr Maria Frahm-Arp, Lecturer, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  120. Pier Paolo Frassinelli, Associate Professor (School of Communication), University of Johannesburg

  121. Prof Ronit Frenkel, Associate Professor, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  122. Daniel Friedman, Professional Entertainment, South Africa

  123. Steven Friedman, Professor & Director, Centre for the Study of Democracy, Rhodes Univ., S Africa

  124. Dr Rafiq A. Fris, Lecturer, Islamic University Rotterdam, Netherlands

  125. Annalisa Frisina, Associate Professor, University of Padua, Italy

  126. Fatima Gabru, MA Candidate, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  127. Mary Galvin, Associate Professor (Development Studies), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  128. Deon Geldenhuys, Professor, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  129. Zohair El Gharras, Professor, Rouen University, France

  130. Terri Ginsberg, Professor (Film Studies), The American University in Cairo, Egypt

  131. Nacira Guénif, Professor, Université Paris 8, France

  132. Kambiz GhaneaBassiri, Associate Professor of Religion and Humanities, Reed College, USA

  133. Denis Goldberg, Order of Luthuli (Siver) Military Medal (Platinum II), German Order of Merita, Former Robben Island Prisoner, South Africa

  134. Luz Gómez, Associate Professor, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

  135. Dr Lauren , Senior Researcher, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  136. William Graham, Professor and Former Dean, Harvard Divinty School, USA

  137. Zareena A Grewal, Associate Professor, American Studies and Religious Studies, Yale University, USA

  138. Gerald Groenewald, Associate Professor (Historical Studies), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  139. Ramon Grosfoguel, Professor (Ethnic Studies), University of California at Berkeley, USA

  140. Louis Grundlingh, Professor (Historical Studies), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  141. Dr Heidi Grunebaum, Centre for Humanities Research, University of the Western Cape, South Africa

  142. Nacira Guénif, Professor, University Paris 8, France

  143. Tharina Guse, Professor & Head of Department (Psychology), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  144. Adam Habib, Vice-Chancellor and Principal, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

  145. Yvonne Haddad, Professor Christian-Muslim Relations, Georgetown University, USA

  146. A.Hajjat, Lecturer in Political Science, Nanterre University, France

  147. Hille Haker, Professor and Richard A. McCormick S.J. Chair of Catholic Moral Theology, Loyola University, USA

  148. Wael Hallaq, Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities, Columbia University, USA

  149. Ahmed Hameedat. Artist and Human Rights Researcher, Laylac Center, West Bank, Palestine

  150. Derek Hanekom, Minister of Tourism: South African Government and Member of the National Executive Committee: African National Congress, South Africa

  151. Shehnaz Haqqani, PhD student, University of Texas at Austin, USA

  152. Reverend Dr. Yap Kim Hao, retired Bishop of The Methodist Church, Malaysia & Singapore

  153. Githa Hariharan, Writer, Indian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel, India

  154. Muhammed Haron, Professor (Theology), University of Botswana,

  155. Barbara E. Harrell-Bond, Emerita Professor, University of Oxford, UK

  156. Nader Hashemi, Associate Professor of Middle East and Islamic Politics, University of Denver, USA

  157. Ramesh Hacharan, Institute for Black Research, Durban, South Africa

  158. David Heap, Associate Professor (French Studies), University of Western Ontario, Canada

  159. Moisés Hidalgo-Moratal, Professor, University of Alicante, Spain

  160. Asma Hilali, Research Associate in the Qur’anic Sudies Unit at The Institute of Ismaili Studies, London.

  161. Dr Mondli Hlatshwayo, Centre for Education Rights and Transformation, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  162. Valerie J. Hoffman, Professor of Islamic Studies and Director, Center for South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

  163. Jon Hoover, Associate Professor, University of Nottingham, UK

  164. The Rt Revd Dr Toby Howarth, Bishop of Bradford (Church of England, UK)

  165. Amir Hussain, Professor, Loyola Marymount University, USA

  166. Abdol Majid Hosseinizadeh, Assistant Professor (Quranic Studies), Payam Noor University, Iran

  167. Nabila Ismail, Researcher, Media Review Network (MRN), Johannesburg, South Africa

  168. R. Jacquemond, Professor, Modern Arabic Language Instructor, Departement of Middle East Studies, Aix-Marseille University, France

  169. Moefiedah Jaffer, Chief Education Specialist, Gauteng Department of Education, South Africa

  170. Iqbal Jassat, Executive member, Media Review Network (MRN), Johannesburg, South Africa

  171. Dr Uzma Jamil, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of South Australia, Australia

  172. Naeem Jeenah, Director: Afro-Middle East Centre, South Africa

  173. Noorjehan Joosub, Lecturer (Department of Psychology), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  174. Linda G. Jones, Ramon y Cajal Research Professor, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain

  175.  Boghos Joulakian, Professor, University of Lorraine Metz, France

  176. Gervais Julie, Lecturer (Political Science), Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, France

  177.  Salingue Julien, Doctor of Political Sciences, France

  178. Rajai Ray Jureidini, Professor, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar

  179. Dr Désiré K. Wa Kabwe-Segatti, Head of Department for the Department of French, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  180. Ashraf Kagee, Professor & Chairperson (Department of Psychology), Stellenbosch University, South Africa

  181. Brigitte Kahl, Professor of New Testament, Union Theological Seminary, New York, USA

  182. Yael Kahn, Anti apartheid Israeli Activist, London, UK

  183. Aydogan Kars, PhD Candidate, Vanderbilt University, USA

  184. Ronnie Kasrils, Former Cabinet Minister, Government of the Republic of South Africa,

  185. Dr Navid Kermani, Writer, Cologne, Germany

  186. Yong-Bock Kim, Chancellor: Asia Pacific Center Intergral Study of Life, Korea

  187. Richard Kimball, PhD student, Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

  188. J. Klienfeld, Oxford University, UK

  189. Horst Kleinschmidt, Anti-Apartheid Activist 7 Former leader of the National Union of South African Students, South Africa

  190. Kwandiwe Kondlo, Professor, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  191. Jerome Krase, Emeritus and Murray Koppelman Professor, City University of New York, USA

  192. Dr. Jacob K Langford, Adjunct Lecturer, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

  193. Christian Lange, Professor of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

  194. J. Lange, Doctoral student, Paris Descartes University, France

  195. Jerusha T. Lamptey, Assistant Professor of Islam and Ministry, Union Theological Seminary, NY, USA

  196. Dr. Paul Larudee, Co- Founder (Free Gaza Movement), USA

  197. Christian Lavault, Professor Emeritus, University of Paris 13, France

  198. Dr Clint Le Bruyns, Director and Senior Lecturer (Theology), University of KwaZulu-Natal, SA

  199.  Dominique Le Duff, Plastic Art teacher at IUFM Rennes, France

  200. Maire Leadbeater, Human Right Activist and Writer, New Zealand

  201. Michelle Lecolle, Lecturer, University of Lorraine, France

  202. O. Le Cour, Lecturer, Paris University, France

  203. Ian Liebenberg, Director: Centre for Military Studies, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

  204. Dr Llewellyn Leonard, Academic Head of Department (Tourism), University of Johannesburg, SA

  205. Dr. Les Levidow, Senior Research Fellow, Open University, UK

  206. Moira Levy. Member: Jews for a Free Palestine, Johannesburg, South Africa

  207. Michalis Lianos, Professor, University of Rouen, France

  208. Abby Lippman, Professor Emeritus, McGill University, USA

  209. Leslie London, Professor (School of Public Health and Family Medicine), University of Cape Town, South Africa

  210. Hennie Lötter, Professor (Philosophy), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  211. Miriam R. Lowi, Professor, The College of New Jersey, USA

  212. Gerrie JA Lubbe, Emeritus Professor, University of South Africa, South Africa

  213. Bart Luirink, Editor: ZAM Magazine, Amsterdam, Netherlands

  214. Tshilidzi Marwala, Professor & Deputy Principal, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  215. Achille Mbembe, Research Professor in History and Politics, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa

  216. Dr Zahraa McDonald, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Cape Town, South Africa

  217. Roberta Mabada, Lecturer, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  218. Ali Mabrook, Associate Professor, Cairo University, Egypt.

  219. Craig MacKenzie, Professor & Chair (Department of English), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  220. Saba Mahmood, Associate Professor, University of California at Berkeley, USA

  221. Iftikhar H. Malik, Professor (History), Bath Spa University, UK

  222. Mahmood Mamdani, Director, Makerere Institute for Social Research, Uganda

  223. Dr Ahmed Manjra, Pediatrician, Durban, South Africa

  224. Muhammad Ali Amir-Moezzi, Professor of Classical Islamic Thought, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Sorbonne University, Paris, France

  225. Dr Thérèse Marie Sacco Senior Researcher, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  226. Carl Marnewick, Professor & Head of Department (Applied Information System), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  227. Dr Sarah Marusek, Member, International Executive Committee of the Global March to Jerusalem, USA

  228. Dr Shahid Mathee, Lecturer (Religion Studies), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  229. Zaakir Ahmed Mayet, Chairman of the Media Review Network, South Africa

  230. Sheila Meintjes, Honorary Research Associate Professor, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

  231. William Messing, Professor, University of Minnesota, USA

  232. Thaddeus Metz, Distinguished Professor, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  233. Alain Mille, Professor, Université Lyon1, France

  234. Jawid Mojaddedi, Professor of Religion, Rutgers University, USA

  235. Marthie Momberg, Research fellow and PhD candidate (Faculty of Theology), Stellenbosch University, South Africa

  236. Dr F. Fiona Moolla, Senior Lecturer, University of the Western Cape, South Africa

  237. Ebrahim Moosa, Professor, University of Notre Dame, USA

  238. Tony Morphet, Emeritus Associate Professor, University of Cape Town, South Africa
  239. Dr Itumeleng Daniel Mothoagae, Lecturer, University of South Africa, South Africa

  240. Dr Mandla Msibi, Executive Director: Research and Innovation, University of Johannesburg, SA

  241. Dr Danai Mupotsa, Lecturer, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

  242. Dr Lubna Nadvi, Lecturer in Political Science, University of Kwazulu-Natal , South Africa

  243. Dr Anwah Nagia, Senate and Council Member, University of the Western Cape

  244. Kammila Naidoo, Professor & Head of Department, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  245. Prema Naidoo, Chief Whip at the City of Johannesburg, South Africa

  246. Dr Shahed Nalla, Vice-Dean & Senior Lecturer, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  247. Andrew Nash, Associate Professor (Political Studies), University of Cape Town, South Africa

  248. Ofer Neiman, Israeli citizen in support of BDS, Jerusalem,

  249. Martin Nguyen, Associate Professor (Religious Studies), Fairfield University, United States

  250. Dr David Nir, Citizen of Israel

  251. Dr Elaine Nogueira-Godsey, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University of Cape Town, South Africa

  252. Dr Blade Nzimande, Minister of Higher Education, Government of the Republic of South Africa

  253. Diana Oliver, Anglican Minister, St George’s Cathedral, Cape Town, South Africa

  254. Dr. A. Rashied Omar, Research Scholar of Islamic Studies and Peacebuilding, University of Notre Dame, USA

  255. Amr Osman, Assistant Professor (Islamic History), Qatar University, Qatar

  256. Firoz Osman, Executive member: Media Review Network (MRN), South Africa

  257. M. Owda, Washington University in St. Louis. USA

  258. Naji Owdeh , The Youth Action Center for Community Development, Palestine

  259. Aziz Pahad, Former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Current South African Envoy to the Middle East

  260. Dr Essop Pahad, Former Minister in the Presidency and Editor of Thinker Magazine, South Africa

  261. Meg Pahad, Managing Editor of Thinker Magazine, South Africa

  262. Desmond Painter, Associate Professor in Psychology, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

  263. Angina Parekh, Deputy Vice Chancellor and Vice Principal (Academic), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  264. Ebrahim Patel, Minister of Economic Development, South African Government, South Africa

  265. Miranda Pennell, PhD candidate, University of Westminster, UK

  266. Dr Edith Phaswana, Lecturer, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  267. Roland Pfefferkorn, Professor of Sociology, University of Strasbourg, France

  268. Marne Pienaar, Professor (Afrikaans), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  269. Suren Pillay, Associate Professor & Acting Director: Center for Humanities, University of the Western Cape, South Africa

  270. Matthew Pierce, Assistant Professor (Religion), Centre College, USA

  271. Ravi Pillay, Member of the Executive Committee (MEC): Human Settlements and Public Work, Province of Kwazulu Natal, South Africa

  272.  Dominique Pochasson, Lecture, University Paris Diderot, France

  273. Cheryl Potgieter, Professor and Deputy Vice Chancellor & Head of College (Humanities), University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa

  274. Malcolm J. W. Povey, Professor of Food Physics, University of Leeds, UK

  275. Janet M. Powers, Professor Emeritus, Gettysburg College, USA

  276. Scott Poynting, Professor in Criminology, University of Auckland, New Zealand

  277. Adriana Premat, Associate Professor (Anthropology), University of Western Ontario, Canada

  278. Estelle Prinsloo, Research Assistant, Johannesburg Institute for Advanced Study, University of Johannesburg

  279. Lucia Raadschelders, Archivist, Nelson Mandela Foundation

  280. Yakov Rabkin, Professor of History, University of Montreal, Canada

  281. Shadaab Rahemtulla, Assistant Professor (International Studies), University of Jordan, Jordan

  282. DG Rancourt, Former Professor of Physics, University of Ottawa, Canada

  283. Marwan Rashed, Professor, University of Paris-Sorbonne, France

  284. Shahana Rasool, Senior Lecturer, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  285. Ihron Rensburg, Vice Chancellor and Principal, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  286.  Pascal Reszetko, Research Engineer, University of Lorraine, France

  287. Gabriel Reynolds, Professor of Islamic Studies and Theology, University of Notre Dame, USA

  288. Karen Rignall, Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Kentucky, USA

  289. Steven Robins, Professor (Sociology), University of Stellenbosch, South Africa

  290. Joshua M. Robinson, Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Notre Dame, USA

  291. Jonathan Rosenhead, Emeritus Professor of Operational Research, London School of Economics, UK

  292. Shabodien Roomanay, Director: Muslim Views Newspaper, South Africa

  293. Dr Carin Runciman, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  294. Willem Saayman, Emeritus Professor and Research Fellow (Mission Studies), University of South Africa

  295. Fadi Saba, Founder and President of Culture and Conflict Forum, California, USA

  296. Razia Saleh, Senior Archivist, Nelson Mandela Foundation, South Africa

  297. Omid Safi, Professor & Director (Duke Islamic Studies Center), Duke University, USA

  298. Saydoon Nisa Sayed, Human Rights and Children Rights Activist, South Africa

  299. Salman Sayyid, Professor & Reader: Faculty of Education, Social Science and Law, University of Leeds, UK

  300. Franz Segbers, Theologian, Philipps University Marburg, Kelkheim, Germany

  301. Brahim Senouci, Universitaire, University Cergy Pontoise, Paris, France

  302. Richard Seaford, Professor, University of Exeter, UK

  303. Pierre Schapira, Professor Emeritus, University Pierre et Marie Curie, France

  304. Karen Scherzinger, Professor of English, University of South Africa, South Africa

  305. Maxi Schoeman, Professor & Head of Department (Political Sciences), University of Pretoria, South Africa

  306. Dr Susan E. Schomburg, Harvard University, USA

  307. Dr David Scott, Senior Lecturer, Liverpool John Moores University, UK

  308. Dr. Fatima Seedat, Lecturer, University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa

  309. Dr Mohamad Reza Shahidipak, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran

  310. Advocate Shehnaz Seria, Member of the Cape Bar, South Africa

  311. Dr. Delfina Serrano, Tenured Researcher, CCHS-CSIC, Madrid, Spain

  312. Lionel Schwartz, Professor, Université Paris 13, France

  313. Honourable A. M Shaik-Emam, Member of the National Executive and  Shadow minister on International Relations, South Africa

  314. Omar Shaukat, Research Fellow, Afro-Middle East Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa

  315. Sa’diyya Shaikh, Associate Professor, University of Cape Town, South Africa

  316. Nicolai Sinai, Sheikh Zayed Associate Professor of Islamic Studies, Oxford University. UK

  317. Dr. Amir Sheikhzadegan, sociologist at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland

  318. William E. Shepard, Associate Professor (Retd.) University of Canterbury, New Zealand

  319. Jessica Sherman, Jewish Voices for a Just Peace, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa

  320. Stephen J. Shoemaker, Professor, Dept. of Religious Studies, University of Oregon, USA

  321. Maryam Siadat, Lecturer, University of Lorraine, France

  322. Eyal Sivan, Israeli filmmaker and scholar, Israel

  323. Tamara Sonn, Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor in History of Islam, Georgetown University, USA

  324. Quraysha Ismail Sooliman, PhD Candidate, University of Pretoria, South Africa

  325. Anne Spagnoli, BDS Vaud, Switzerland

  326. Devin J. Stewart, Professor, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia USA

  327. Aydin Suer, PhD Candidate, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

  328. Kamil Suleiman, Action Forum for Palestine, South Africa

  329. Solly Suleman, President (Minara Chamber of Commerce), Durban, South Africa

  330. Dr Faisal Suliman, Chairperson of South African Muslim Network, South Africa

  331. Zaachira Suliman, Personal Assistant, Media Review Network (MRN), South Africa

  332. Javier Barreda Sureda, Lecturer (Department of Modern Languages), University of Alicante, Spain

  333. Itrath Syed, Lecturer, Simon Fraser University, Canada

  334. Dr Muna Tatari, Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Paderborn, Germany

  335. Abdulkader Tayob, Professor, University of Cape Town, South Africa

  336. Rabah Tahraoui, Professor, University of Rouen, France

  337. Georges Tamer, Professor and Chair of Oriental Philology and Islamic Studies, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

  338. Yunus Dogan Telliel, PhD candidate, City University of New York – Graduate Center, USA

  339. Annika Thiem, Associate Professor & Director of Graduate Studies (Department of Philosophy), Villanova University, USA

  340. Herman Teule, Prof of Eastern Christianity, Catholic University Louvain, Belgium and Head, Institute of Eastern Christian Studies, University Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

  341. Lucky Thiphaine, Founder: Anti-Apartheid group MRAP, France

  342. Sunera Thobani, Associate Professor, University of British Columbia, Canada

  343. Dr Kylie Thomas, Lecturer (English), Stellenbosch University, South Africa

  344. Steve Tombs, Professor of Criminology, The Open University, UK

  345. Daniel Tondeur, Directeur de Recherche émérite, Université de Lorraine, France

  346. Fiona Tregenna, Professor (Economics and Financial Sceinces), University of Johannesburg

  347. Ashwin Trikamjee, President: South Africa Hindu Maha Sabha, South Africa

  348. Alessandro Triulzi, Retired Professor of African History, Università di Napoli “L’Orientle”, Italy

  349. Christian Troll, Rev Professor, University of Sankt Georgen and F Esack’s Doctoral Supervisor, Germany

  350. Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Prize Winner and former Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, South Africa

  351. Tina Uys, Professor (Sociology), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  352. Salim Vally, Associate Professor (Centre for Education Rights and Transformation), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  353. Adrian D. van Breda. Professor & Head of Department (Social Work), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  354. Marlene van Niekerk, Professor of Afrikaans, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa

  355. Martin van Bruinessen, Professor Emeritus, Utrecht University, Netherlands

  356. Dorrit van Dalen, PhD Candidate, Leiden University, South Africa

  357. Dr Stiaan van der Merwe, Kairos Southern Africa, South Africa

  358. Carina van Rooyen, Head of Department (Anthropology and Development Studies), University of Johannesburg, South Africa

  359. Mary Anne Plaatjies van Huffel, Professor & Africa President of the World Council of Churches, University Stellenbosch, South Africa

  360. Robert van Niekerk, Professor, Rhodes University, South Africa

  361. Shaun Viljoen. Associate Professor, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

  362. Dr Vacy Vlazna, Alumna, Macquarie University, Australia

  363. John O. Voll, Professor Emeritus of Islamic History, Georgetown University, USA

  364. Klaus von Stosch, Professor & Head of the Center for Comparative Theology and Cultural Studies, University of Paderborn, Germany

  365. Amina Wadud, Visiting Scholar (Starr King School for the Ministry), USA

  366. Dr Jeremy F. Walton, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Georg August University of Gottingen, Germany

  367.  Dror Warschawski, Research Scientist, National Center for Scientific Research, Paris, France

  368. Elisabeth Weber, Lecturer, University of Lorraine, France

  369. Vernon Weitz, Kairos Southern Africa, Senior Organising Member, South Africa

  370. Richard Weyndling, Environmental Journalist, Member of BDZ Basque

  371. Simon Wiesgickl, Assistant Professor, Friedrich Alexander University, Germany

  372. Stefan Wild, Emeritus Professor, University of Bonn, Germany

  373. Glenda Wildschut, Director: Transformation Services, University of Cape Town, South Africa

  374. Jack Woodward, Professor Emeritus, University of Auckland, New Zealand

  375. Isra Yazicioglu, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, St. Joseph’s University, USA

  376. Hatem Zaag, Director of Research, CNRS & Université Paris 13, France

  377. Ali Hassan Zaidi, Associate Professor, Dept. of Global Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University, Ontario, Canada

  378.  Maheen Zaman, Assistant Professor, Augsburg College, USA

  379.  Gary Zatzman, Co-editor (Dossier on Palestine), Canada

  380. Liesbeth Zegveld, Professor of War Reparations, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

  381. Holger Zellentin, Associate Professor in Jewish Studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Nottingham, UK

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