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Une avalanche d’universitaires dénoncent le régime de l’apartheid !

Fait sans précédent, des universitaires, principalement états-uniens d’origine juive et israéliens dans un premier temps, mais rejoints ces dernières heures par de nombreux collègues de par le monde, appellent un chat un chat et le régime israélien un régime d’apartheid.

Une avalanche d’universitaires dénoncent le régime de l’apartheid !
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L’appel, intitulé « The Elephant in the Room” (« L’éléphant dans le salon dont personne ne veut parler »), dont nous reproduisons ci-dessous le texte et la liste des 900 premiers signataires a été lancé à la veille du dernier week-end. Il s’est transformé depuis lors en véritable déferlante.

Plusieurs des premiers signataires de l’appel sont des opposants de longue date de l’occupation, tels les Israéliens Nurit Peled et Avram Burg, ou l’Américain juif Peter Beinart.

Mais on est manifestement en présence d’une prise de conscience considérablement élargie dans les milieux universitaires, avec des signataires enseignant dans des établissements tels que Harvard, Columbia, Yale ou encore l’Université Hébraïque de Jérusalem.

Les signataires sont notamment conscients du fait que l’actuelle « réforme judiciaire » promue par Netanyahou et sa bande a pour objectif principal, au-delà de la destruction la Cour Suprême israélienne, l’aggravation de la terreur exeercée contre le peuple palestinien. Qu’on en juge par la lecture de ce document (traduit de l’anglais en français par nos soins).

« L’éléphant dans le salon dont personne ne veut parler

Nous, universitaires et autres personnes de la vie publique en Israël/Palestine et ailleurs dans le monde, attirons l’attention sur l’existence d’un lien direct entre, d’une part, les attaques récentes du gouvernement israélien visant le système judiciaire et, d’autre part, l’occupation illégale de millions de Palestiniens dans les Territoires Palestiniens Occupés (TPO)

Le peuple palestinien est quasiment privé de tous ses droits fondamentaux, que ce soit le droit de vote ou le droit de manifester. Les Palestiniens sont exposés à une violence permanente : rien que depuis le début de cette année, 190 Palestiniens de Cisjordanie et de la bande de Gaza ont été tués par les forces israéliennes, qui ont en outre démoli près de 600 structures bâties. Des colons incendient, pillent et tuent en toute impunité.

Sans l’égalité des droits pour tous, que ce soit dans le cadre d’1 État, de 2 États, ou d’un autre cadre politique, le danger de dictature est constant. Il ne peut y avoir de démocratie pour les Juifs en Israël tant que les Palestiniens subiront un régime d’apartheid, tel que l’ont décrit des juristes experts israéliens.

De fait, le but ultime de la ‘réforme judiciaire’ actuellement en cours est de renforcer l’étranglement de Gaza, de priver les Palestiniens de part et d’autre de la ‘Ligne Verte’ (les frontières d’Israël au 4 juin 1967, NDLR), d’annexer toujours plus de terres, et de procéder au nettoyage ethnique de toutes les populations palestiniennes vivant sous le joug israélien. Le problème n’est pas né avec le gouvernement extrémiste actuellement en place : le suprémacisme juif a ainsi progressé au fil des ans, et il a été sanctuarisé par l’adoption, en 2018, de la loi sur l’État-Nation.

Les Américains juifs ont souvent été aux avant-postes de combats pour la justice sociale, qu’il s’agisse de l’égalité raciale ou du droit à l’avortement. Mais ils n’ont pas fait suffisamment attention à L’Éléphant dans le salon dont personne n’ose parler : à savoir, l’occupation israélienne depuis si longtemps qui a, nous le répétons, généré le régime d’apartheid.

Alors que la droitisation d’Israël s’accentue et que son gouvernement a un agenda messianique, homophobe et misogyne, la jeunesse juive américaine s’éloigne de plus en plus de lui. Dans le même temps, on voit des milliardaires juifs financer l’extrême-droite israélienne.

En ces heures de grande urgence, mais aussi de possibilité de changement, nous appelons les dirigeants des institutions juives américaines -fondations, universitaires, rabbins, enseignants- à :

1/ Apporter leur soutien au mouvement de protestation en Israël, mais en même temps à demander à ce dernier de faire sienne la cause de l’égalité entre Juifs et Palestiniens, tant à l’intérieur de la ‘Ligne Verte’ que dans les Territoires Palestiniens Occupés.

2/ Apporter leur soutien aux organisations qui défendent les droits du peuple palestinien, et à éclairer l’opinion, quotidiennement, sur la réalité de la vie sous occupation et apartheid.

3/ S’engager à réévaluer les normes et programmes d’éducation des enfants et de la jeunesse juive, de manière à fournir une approche plus honnête du passé et du présent d’Israël.

4/ Enfin, à demander aux élus états-uniens qu’ils contribuent à mettre fin à l’occupation, à interdire l’emploi de l’aide militaire américaine dans les TPO, et à mettre fin à l’impunité d’Israël aux Nations-Unies et autres organisations internationales.

Il n’est plus possible de se taire. Maintenant, il faut agir.

Liste des signataires en date du mercredi 9 août

  1. Shira Klein, Associate Professor of History, Chapman University
  2. Omer Bartov, Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Brown University
  3. Meir Amor, Associate Professor Concordia University (ret.) 
  4. Lior Sternfeld, Associate Professor of History and Jewish Studies, Penn State University
  5. David N. Myers, Professor of Jewish History, UCLA 
  6. Yair Mintzker, Professor of History, Princeton University
  7. Tamir Sorek, Professor, Penn State University
  8. Nitzan Lebovic, Professor of History, Apter Chair of Holocaust Studies, Lehigh University
  9. Samuel Moyn, Professor, Yale University
  10. Amos Goldberg, Research Institute of Contemporary Jewry, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
  11. Zach Adam, Professor Emeritus, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  12. Sarah Stroumsa, Professor Emerita, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
  13. Daniel Blatman, Professor Emeritus, Department of Jewish History, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
  14. Ella Segev, Associate Professor, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  15. Ben Kiernan, Professor of History, Yale University (ret.) 
  16. Efraim Davidi, lecturer, Tel Aviv University 
  17. Yael Hashiloni Dolev, Professor, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev 
  18. Anat Matar, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, Tel Aviv University 
  19. Dr. Noga Wolff, Independent Scholar 
  20. Omri Boehm, Associate Professor of Philosophy, The New School for Social Research 
  21. Oren Yiftachel, Professor of Geography, Ben- Gurion University of the Negev
  22. Naama Meishar, Technion – Israeli Institute of Technology
  23. Yael Sela, Research Associate, Moses Mendelssohn Center, Potsdam University 
  24. Yiftah Elazar, Senior Lecturer in Political Science, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
  25. Dudy Tzfati, Associate Professor of Genetics, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
  26. Ofer Ashkenazi, Associate Professor of History, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
  27. Sara Helman, Associate Professor, Ben Gurion University of the Negev (ret.)
  28. Outi Bat-El Foux, Professor Emerita, Tel Aviv University 
  29. Benny Morris, Professor Emeritus, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev 
  30. Meron Mendel, Professor, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences 
  31. Yitzhak Hen, Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  32. Ronen Segev, Professor, Ben Gurion University of the Negev 
  33. Uri Mor, Associate Professor, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
  34. Michael Steinberg, Professor of History, Brown University 
  35. Avraham Sela, Professor Emeritus, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
  36. Atalia Omer, Professor of Religion, Conflict, and Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame 
  37. Jung Cyrulnik Daphna, Social Worker
  38. Alon Confino, Professor of History and Jewish Studies, UMass Amherst 
  39. Isaac Nevo, Associate Professor, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
  40. Raya Morag, Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
  41. Katharina Galor, Hirschfeld Senior Lecturer in Judaic Studies, Brown University
  42. Guy Stroumsa, Professor Emeritus, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem & University of Oxford 
  43. Dr. Tammy Razi 
  44. Yosi Avron, Professor Emeritus, Technion – Israeli Institute of Technology
  45. Rachel Burnett, Fellow at the Y&S Nazarian Center for Israel Studies
  46. Liora Halperin, Professor, University of Washington 
  47. Steven J. Zipperstein, Daniel E. Koshland Professor in Jewish Culture and History, Stanford University 
  48. Hanno Loewy, Jewish Museum Hohenems 
  49. Avrum Burg, Associate Professor, former speaker of the knesset, former chairman of the Jewish Agency 
  50. Abigail Jacobson, Associate Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
  51. Susan Neiman, Director, Einstein Forum 
  52. David Enoch, Professor of Law and Philosophy, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
  53. Assaf Hasson, Associate Professor, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
  54. David De Vries, Professor Emeritus, Department of Labor Studies, Tel Aviv University 
  55. Galit Hasan-Rokem, Professor Emerita, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
  56. Ron Naiweld, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique – CNRS
  57.  Edouard Jurkevitch, Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  58. Sidra DeKoven Ezrahi, Professor Emerita, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  59. David Abraham, Professor of Law, University of Miami 
  60. David Guggenheim, Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins University
  61. Ian Balfour, Professor Emeritus, York University 
  62. David Feldman, Director, Birkbeck Institute for the Study of Antisemitism, University of London
  63. Michael Rothberg, Professor of English, Comparative Literature, and Holocaust Studies, UCLA
  64. Fareed Mahameed, Assistant Director, Center for Transboundary Water Management, The Arava Institute for Environmental Studies
  65. Paul Mendes-Flohr, Professor, The University of Chicago
  66. Iris Hefets, Psychoanalyst, Berlin
  67. Meir Aridor, Associate Professor of Cell Biology, University of Pittsburgh 
  68. Elazar Barkan, Professor, Columbia University 
  69. Atina Grossmann, Professor of History, Cooper Union, New York 
  70. Dmitry Shumsky, Associate Professor of History, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
  71. Li Wai-yee, Professor of Chinese Literature, Harvard University 
  72. Nina Robins, Masters Student of Global Public Health, New York University 
  73. Hannan Hever, Professor of Jewish Studies and Comparative Literature, Yale University 
  74. Haim Bresheeth, Professorial Research Associate, SOAS 
  75. Dr. Adi Avivi
  76. Avner Ben-Amos, Professor Emeritus, Tel-Aviv University 
  77. Oded Heilbronner, Professor of History and Cultural Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  78. Ivy Sichel, Professor of Linguistics, UC Santa Cruz 
  79. Hilla Dayan, Lecturer, activist, Gate48 and Academia for Equality 
  80. Khalefah Alghanim, Graduate Student Researcher, UCLA 
  81. Nomi Erteschik-Shir, Professor Emerita, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
  82. Ayelet Ben-Yishai, Associate Professor of English, Universty of Haifa 
  83. Margaret Olin, Senior Lecturer Emeritus, Yale University 
  84. Jacob Katriel, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Technion – Israeli Institute of Technology
  85. Yuval Tal, Assistant Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  86. Stefan Rokem, Professor Emeritus, The Hebrew University – Hadassah Medical School
  87. Heather Stone, Adv. 
  88. Uri Horesh, Senior Lecturer in Arabic Linguistics, Achva Academic College
  89. Ariel Chipman, Professor of Evolutionary Biology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  90. Lev Grinberg, Professor Emeritus, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
  91. Arie M. Dubnov, Max Ticktin Professor of Israel Studies and History, George Washington University
  92. Aaron Hahn Tapper, Mae and Benjamin Swig Professor of Jewish Studies, University of San Francisco
  93. Yael Poznanski, Senior Lecturer, Achva Academic College
  94. Oded Bein, Postdoctoral Researcher, Princeton University
  95. Tamar Katriel, Professor Emerita, University of Haifa
  96. Tal Bruttmann, Researcher, Paris Cergy Université 
  97. Marcello Flores, Professor, University of Siena (ret.)
  98. Nurit Peled Elhanan, Lecturer, David Yellin Academic College of Education
  99. Rela Mazali, Writer, Independent Scholar, Activist
  100. Daniel Lieberman, Professor, Harvard University 
  101. Froma Zeitlin, Professor Emeritus of Classics and Comparative Literature, Princeton University 
  102. Adi M. Ophir, Professor Emeritus, Tel Aviv University 
  103. Hasia Diner, Professor Emeritus of American Jewish History, New York University
  104. David Zonsheine, Former chairperson of B’Tselem and Courage to Refuse 
  105. Dr. Sigal Yawetz, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
  106. Dr. Dan Eshet, Salem State University
  107. Yuri Pines, Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  108. Avigail Arnheim, Musical Director
  109. Dr. Theodor Bughici
  110. Robert A. Slayton, Professor Emeritus, Chapman University
  111. Diana Kormos Buchwald, Professor of History, Caltech
  112. Ronald Zweig, Taub Professor of Israel Studies (Emeritus), New York University
  113. Itzik Goldberger, Adjunct Professor, Saint Mary’s College
  114. David M. Mittelman, Assistant Professor of Portuguese, United States Air Force Academy (personal speech, not a statement on behalf of the U.S. Government or any agency) 
  115. Yael Niv, Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, Princeton University
  116. Ze’ev Rosenkranz, Senior Editor, California Institute of Technology
  117. Eyal Landman, Architect and Masters Student, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design 
  118. Hannah Safran, Haifa Feminist Research Center
  119. Bennett Simon, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Emeritus, Harvard University
  120. Marion Kaplan, Professor Emerita of Modern Jewish History, New York University 
  121. Dr. Ira Avneri, Tel Aviv University and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  122. Renee Poznanski, Professor Emerita, Ben Gurion University of the Negev 
  123. Mark Roseman, Distinguished Professor, Indiana University Bloomington
  124. Lawrence Baron, Emeritus Professor, San Diego State University
  125. Joseph Zernik, Human Rights Alert NGO
  126. Ran Zwigenberg, Associate Professor of Asian Studies, History, and Jewish Studies, Penn State University
  127. Phyllis Albert, Local Affiliate, Center for European Studies. Harvard University
  128. Allon M Klein, Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School 
  129. Einor Cervone, Associate Curator, Denver Art Museum
  130. Anjuska Weil, former member of parliament, Canton of Zurich
  131. Ranen Omer-Sherman, Endowed Chair of Jewish Studies, University of Louisville 
  132. Yair Wallach, Reader in Israeli Studies, SOAS, University of London 
  133. Ron Barkai, Professor, Tel Aviv University
  134. Rogers Brubaker, Professor of Sociology, UCLA 
  135. Liron Mor, Associate Professor, UC Irvine 
  136. Mordechai Feingold, Van Nuys Page Professor of History of Science and the Humanities, Caltech
  137. Roberta Apfel, Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School 
  138. Judith Zeitlin, William R. Kenan, Jr Professor, University of Chicago
  139. Carolyn Dean, Professor, Yale University
  140. Kenneth B. Moss, Professor, University of Chicago 
  141. Helaine Blumenthal, Ph.D. 
  142. Ziva Galili, Emerita Distinguished Professor, Rutgers University 
  143. Nili Gesser, Postdoctoral Fellow, Drexel University 
  144. Ian Barnard, Professor of Rhetoric and Composition, Chapman University 
  145. Shaul Magid, Professor of Jewish Studies, Dartmouth College 
  146. Aneil Rallin, former Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Composition
  147. Hagit Borer, Professor, Queen Mary University of London 
  148. Tamar Barkay, Lecturer, Tel Hai College 
  149. Avner Cohen, Professor, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey 
  150. Renate Bridenthal, Emerita Professor, The City University of New York 
  151. Nadav Amir, postdoctoral fellow, Princeton University 
  152. Eyal Sivan, Filmmaker, Independent scholar, essayist 
  153. Omer Tamuz, Professor of Economics and Mathematics, Caltech 
  154. Ruvik Horesh, Professor (retired) 
  155. Dr. Liat Tsuman, Psychoanalytic Candidate, New York University 
  156. Zamir Shatz, artist
  157. Reshef Agam-Segal, Associate Professor, Virginia Military Institute
  158. Wu Hung, Professor, University of Chicago 
  159. Ori Yehudai, Associate Professor of History, The Ohio State University 
  160. Snait Gissis, Researcher & Teacher, Tel Aviv University 
  161. Teddy Fassberg, Tel Aviv University 
  162. Dr Moshe Behar, Herzlia/Manchester 
  163. Lisa Leitz, Delp-Wilkinson Professor of Peace Studies, Chapman University 
  164. Sahar Bostock, PhD candidate, Columbia University 
  165. Nomi Stolzenberg, Professor of Law, University of Southern California 
  166. Janice Hamer, composer, Visiting Associate Professor, Swarthmore College (retired)
  167. Derek Penslar, William Lee Frost Professor of Jewish History, Harvard University 
  168. Sherry Gorelick, Professor Emerita, Rutgers University 
  169. Ariela Gross, Distinguished Professor, UCLA School of Law 
  170. Mira Sucharov, Professor of Political Science, Carleton University 
  171. Katya Frischer, MD
  172. Irena Klepfisz, Barnard College, (retired) 
  173. J.S.Varsano, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine 
  174. Ruti Margalit, Visiting Professor, Hadassah Medical School, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  175. Amanda Bloom, Physician Associate (retired)
  176. Allon Pratt, Teacher, Jewish Theological Seminary (retired)
  177. Shai Haran, Professor, Technion – Israeli Institute of Technology 
  178. Orly Benjamin, Professor, Bar Ilan University 
  179. Aviva Halamish, Professor, The Open University of Israel 
  180. Yofi Tirosh, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University 
  181. Rachel Zelnick-Abramovitz, Professor, Tel Aviv University (retired)
  182. Avi Rubin, Associate Professor, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev 
  183. Daniel DeMalach, Lecturer, Sapir Academic College 
  184. Gila Svirsky, Former CEO, New Israel Fund in Israel 
  185. Rivka Nir Grinshtein, Lecturer, The Open University of Israel 
  186. Haggai Ram, Professor of History, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev 
  187. Elchanan Reiner, Professor Emeritus, Tel Aviv University 
  188. Harvey Goldberg, Professor Emeritus, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  189. Rotem Tellem MD, Tel Aviv Medical Center, Tel Aviv University
  190. Frances Tanzer, Rose Professor of Holocaust Studies and Jewish Culture, Clark University 
  191. Rotem Geva, Lecturer, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  192. Avihay Dorfman, Professor of Law, Tel Aviv University 
  193. Gilad Sharvit, Assistant Professor, Towson University 
  194. Rachman Chaim, Associate Professor, Technion – Israeli Institute of Technology (retired)
  195. Celia Wasserstein Fassberg, Professor Emerita, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  196. Amal Jamal, Associate Professor of Political Science, Tel Aviv University 
  197. Shiri Regev-Messalem, Associate Professor, Bar Ilan University 
  198. Chana Kronfeld, Professor of the Graduate School and Prof. Emerita, University of California, Berkeley 
  199. Anat Ascher, Lecturer and Course Coordinator in Philosophy, The Open University of Israel
  200. Roee Kibrik, Researcher, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  201. Anat Keidar, Social Worker
  202. Natalie Davidson, Senior Lecturer, Buchman Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University 
  203. Dr. Chemi Shiff, Head of Research, Emek Shaveh 
  204. Efrat Eizenberg, Associate Professor, Technion – Israeli Institute of Technology
  205. Maxim Reider, Journalist/Photographer 
  206. Goren Hilit, Psychologist
  207. Orr Comay, PhD, Tel Aviv University 
  208. Claude Stern, Lawyer, former Stanford DCI 2020 cohort member
  209. Dr. Suzy Ben Dori
  210. Gina Ben David, Performance Artist
  211. Dr. Chen Misgav, The Open University of Israel
  212. Yoav Di-Capua, Professor of History, The University of Texas at Austin 
  213. Mr. Gilad Melzer, Beit Berl College 
  214. Maayan Padan, PhD Student, Bar Ilan University, Adjunct Lecturer, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev 
  215. Jennifer Robertson, Professor Emerita, University of Michigan  
  216. Yehouda Shenhav-Shahrabani, Professor Emeritus, Tel Aviv University 
  217. Alma Itzhaky, research fellow, Leibniz Center for Literary and Cultural Research, ZfL Berlin 
  218. Itamar Haritan, PhD Student, Cornell University
  219. Amnon Raz-Krakotzkin, Professor, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
  220. Sagit Mor, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Haifa 
  221. Rachel Kallus, Professor Emerita, Technion – Israeli Institute of Technology
  222. Ophira Gamliel, Lecturer in South Asian Religions, University of Glasgow
  223. Alon Marcus, Teaching faculty member, The Open University of Israel 
  224. Ido Roll, Associate Professor and Deputy Senior Vice President, Technion – Israeli Institute of Technology
  225. Erica Weitzman, Associate Professor, Northwestern University
  226. Simon Levis-Sullam, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
  227. Raz Chen Morris, Associate Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  228. Chen Bram, Research Fellow, Truman Institute, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  229. Matityaho Shemoeloff, Author and poet
  230. Gideon Freudenthal, Professor Emeritus, Tel Aviv University
  231. Uri Ram, Professor Emeritus, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev 
  232. Roii Ball, Historian, University of Münster 
  233. Edith Lutz, PhD in Jewish Studies
  234. David Winizki, MD, Zürich 
  235. Marcelo Svirsky, University of Wollongong, Australia 
  236. Chamutal Eitam, Humanitarian advisor MSF – Médecins Sans Frontières
  237. Michal Kaiser-Livne, Psychoanalyst, Berlin
  238. Na’ama Rokem, Associate Professor, University of Chicago
  239. Jenna M Gibbs, Associate Professor of History, Florida International University 
  240. Ruth Luschnat, case worker, Berlin
  241. Rafi Greenberg, Professor, Archaeology, Tel Aviv University 
  242. Jeff Peck, Professor and Dean, City University of New York (retired) 
  243. Eran Fisher, Associate Professor, The Open University of Israel 
  244. Ruth Fruchtman, Writer and Journalist, Berlin 
  245. Leah Gruenpeter Gold, PhD candidate, Tel-Aviv University 
  246. Jonathan Zeitlin, Distinguished Faculty Professor of Public Policy and Governance Emeritus, University of Amsterdam 
  247. Dr. David Senesh, senior clinical psychologist
  248. Betty Amstutz Gerson, teacher and writer (retired)
  249. Hadas Shintel, Lecturer in Psychology, College of Law and Business, Ramat Gan
  250. Yossi Dahan, Associate Professor, College of Law and Business, Ramat Gan 
  251. Miriam Victory Spiegel, Family Therapist, Zürich
  252. Yoav Beirach, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
  253. Jeffrey B Cooper, Professor Emeritus, Harvard Medical School
  254. Hadassah Danit O’Reilly, Independent Scholar of Holocaust and Genocide
  255. Naomi Tauber, Clinical psychologist
  256. Patrick Barnard, Journalist
  257. Chiara Adorisio, Associate Professor of Philosophical Anthropology, La Sapienza University
  258. Shaul Mitelpunkt, Department of History, University of York
  259. Nadav Assor, Associate Professor of Art, Connecticut College
  260. Dorit Peleg, writer
  261. Hagar Dror Maliniek, Clinical Psychologist
  262. Naomi Weiner, Professor, David Yellin Academic College
  263. Amir Locker-Biletzki, Independent Scholar
  264. Paul Osman, Associate Professor, Harvard University 
  265. Kobi Peterzil, Professor, University of Haifa
  266. Geri Müller, President, Association Swiss Palestine, Baden, Switzerland
  267. Lily Koliner, PhD student, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  268. Sharon Peled, Candidate, The Institute For Psychoanalytic Training And Research, NY
  269. Dr. Lia Eshet, Family physician
  270. Jill Hamberg, Retired Assistant Professor, State University of New York, Empire State University
  271. Ian Lustick, Bess W. Heyman Professor Emeritus, University of Pennsylvania
  272. Tahel Gover, Academic Librarian, University of Haifa
  273. Hadar Ahuvia, Choreographer, Rabbinical Student, Hebrew College
  274. Robert Cohen, Writer
  275. Nira Yuval-Davis, Professor Emeritus, University of East London
  276. Neta Stahl, Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins University
  277. Sasha Senderovich, Associate Professor of Slavic and Jewish Studies, University of Washington Seattle
  278. Helena Desivilya Syna, Professor Emerita, Yezreel Valley College
  279. Aram Ziai, Professor in Political Science, University of Kassel
  280. Dan W Wasserman, Graduate student, Bar-Ilan University
  281. Yanay Israeli, Assistant Professor, University of Michigan
  282. Michael Stanislawski, Nathan J. Miller Professor of History, Columbia University
  283. Clement Segal, Middle-Eastern Studies, Science Po Grenoble
  284. Barry Cohen, Associate Dean, Ying Wu College of Computing, New Jersey Institute of Technology (retired)
  285. Tova Benjamin, PhD Candidate, New York University
  286. Vanessa Tor, Theater Director
  287. Mikhal Dekel, Distinguished Professor, City College of New York
  288. John P Pittman, Associate Professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York
  289. Joshua Schreier, Professor of History, Vassar College
  290. Susan Shapiro, Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  291. Alana M. Vincent, Associate Professor, History of Religion, Umeå University
  292. Joshua Shanes, Professor, College of Charleston
  293. Michael G Levine, Professor, Rutgers University
  294. Allison Mickel, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Lehigh University
  295. Jonathan Buchsbaum, Professor Emeritus, Media Studies, Queens College, City University of New York
  296. Dan Simon, Professor of Law and Psychology, University of Southern California
  297. Avner Baz, Professor, Tufts University
  298. Mordehai Amihai Bivas, Ambassador (retired)
  299. David Haig, Professor, Harvard University
  300. Rachel Kapeliuk Azgad, Psychoanalyst
  301. Avivit Ballas Baranes, Artist and Lecturer
  302. Clifford Kulwin, Rabbi Emeritus, Temple B’nai Abraham, Livingston, NJ
  303. Dor Yaccobi, PhD Candidate, Tel Aviv University
  304. Nathaniel Berman, Professor, Religious Studies, Brown University
  305. Sam Fleischacker, LAS Distinguished Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago
  306. Avner Wishnitzer, Professor of Middle Eastern History, Tel Aviv University
  307. Vardit Rispler-Chaim, Associate Professor, University of Haifa (retired)
  308. Anita Bardin, Director, Shiluv Family Therapy Institute (retired)
  309. Philip Prinz, Professor Emeritus, San Francisco State University
  310. Dr. Einat Davidi, Senior Lecturer, University of Haifa
  311. Rivka Ribak, Associate Professor, Department of Communication, University of Haifa
  312. Dr. Lian Malki-Schubert
  313. Joy Ladin, Writer and teacher
  314. Margaret Schabas, Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, Professor, University of British Columbia
  315. Robert Weinberg, Professor of History, Swarthmore College
  316. Gal Gvili, Associate Professor, McGill University
  317. Tamar Shochat, Professor, University of Haifa
  318. Nora North, NYC Department of Education (retired)
  319. Anat Prior, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Haifa
  320. Frances Geteles, Professor Emerita, City College, NY
  321. Anna Gutgarts, Research Member, University of Haifa
  322. David Hall, Illustrator
  323. Edna Gorney, Lecturer, Haifa University (retired)
  324. Alan Tansman, Professor, University of California, Berkeley
  325. Paula Varsano, Professor, University of California, Berkeley
  326. Dr Yohai Hakak, Senior Lecturer, Brunel University London 
  327. Michael Sfard, Human Rights Lawyer
  328. Ayla Matalon, Former Lecturer, Technion MBA Program
  329. Linda Dirtmar, Professor Emerita, University of Massachusetts
  330. Pamela Burdman, Executive Director, Just Equations
  331. Dorit Avnir, Doctor of Arts, Art Therapist
  332. Ruth Ben-Artzi, Associate Professor of Political Science, Providence College
  333. Pini Herman, Past Research Associate Professor, University of Southern California 
  334. Rawia Aburabia, Assistant Professor of Law, Sapir Academic College
  335. Danny Rubinstein, Journalist and author
  336. Dorit Barchana-Lorand, Kibbutzim College of Education and the Arts
  337. Naftali Kaminski, Professor of Medicine, Yale University
  338. Natasha Gordinsky, Senior lecturer, University of Haifa
  339. Brigitte Hahn, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
  340. Shelley Berlowitz, PhD, Alumna University of Konstanz
  341. Zur Shalev, Professor, University of Haifa
  342. Sheer Ganor, Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
  343. Leon Duveen, Chair Lib Dems (UK) for Peace in the Middle East
  344. Elisabeth Goldwyn, Professor, Haifa University
  345. Patrick Macklem, Professor Emeritus of Law, University of Toronto
  346. Shir Alon, Assistant professor, the University of Minnesota
  347. Ori Goldbergת Assistanא Professor, Reichman University
  348. Nadje Al-Ali, Professor of Anthropology and Middle East Studies, Watson Institute for International & Public Affairs
  349. Marc Caplan, (APL) Professor, Heinrich-Heine University
  350. Batja P. Guggenheim-Ami, Professor emeritus, FHSG St.Gall Switzerland
  351. Menachem Elimelech, Professor, Yale University
  352. Laura Levitt, Professor of Religion, Jewish Studies, and Gender, Temple University
  353. Moshe Zuckermann, Professor of History and Philosophy, Tel Aviv University
  354. Alessandro Treves, Professor, SISSA, Trieste
  355. David Blanc, Professor of Mathematics, University of Haifa
  356. Jeremiah Riemer, former Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
  357. Edy Kaufman, Professor, M.A. Peace and Conflict Management, University of Haifa
  358. Elly Levy, Attorney
  359. Mark Fichman, Associate Professor Emeritus, Carnegie Mellon University
  360. Cara Rock-Singer, Assistant Professor, UW Madison
  361. Iris Kaminski, Environmental Scientist, New Haven
  362. Michael Hiller, Former board member, Grundrechtekomitee (Committee for Basic Rights)
  363. Andras Hamori, Professor Emeritus, Princeton University
  364. Sandro Ventura, Psychiatrist
  365. A. Kedem, PhD student, Hifa University
  366. Seth Schwartz, Professor of History and Classics, Columbia University
  367. Ellen Weiss, Children’s book author
  368. Nir Friedman, Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  369. Steve Fassberg, Professor of Hebrew Language, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  370. Amos Laor, Labor union lawyer
  371. Dennis Jett, Professor, Penn State University
  372. Benny Miller, Professor of International Relations, Haifa University
  373. Itamar Shachar, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Hasselt University
  374. Or Simovitch, Arts Educator
  375. Ran Shauli, Faculty member, Bar Ilan University
  376. Marcos Silber, Associate Professor, Department of Jewish History, University of Haifa
  377. Alice Robinson, Psychotherapist
  378. Israel Charny, Professor of Psychology Hebrew University (retired)
  379. Uri Amir Koren, PhD student, Rutgers University
  380. Itamar Kastner, Senior Lecturer, University of Edinburgh
  381. Gil Gambash, Professor, University of Haifa
  382. Mark Siegel, Professor, Yale University
  383. Richard Strier, Professor Emeritus, University of Chicago
  384. Sigall Horovitz, Faculty of Law, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  385. Candice Breitz, Professor, HBK Braunschweig, Germany
  386. Mabel Stilman Kolesas, Librarian
  387. Ram Reshef, Senior lecturer, University of Haifa
  388. Dr. Barbara Landau, Lawyer, Psychologist, Mediator, Co-founder J-Link International Network & Co-Chair Canadian Association of Jews and Muslims
  389. Baruch Eitam, Associate Professor, University of Haifa
  390. Marianne Hirschberg, Professor, Faculty of Human Sciences, University of Kassel, Germany
  391. Claire Bergen, Rabbinic Student, International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism
  392. Sandra Meiri, Senior Lecturer Emerita, The Open University of Israel
  393. Zackary Berger, Associate Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Core Faculty, Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics
  394. Igal Ezraty, Jaffa Theatre Director
  395. Michal Kofman, Associate Professor (Term) of sociology, University of Louisville
  396. Avraham Oz, Professor, University of Haifa
  397. Jacob Nissim, Adv.
  398. Sima Godfrey, Associate Professor Emerita, University of British Columbia
  399. David Harel, Professor, The Weizmann Institute, and President, Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities
  400. Rabbi Chaim Seidler-Feller, UCLA
  401. Enzo Traverso, Professor of History and Romance Studies, Cornell University
  402. Richard Levy, Labor and Civil Rights Attorney
  403. Andrew F. Jones, Professor of Chinese, University of California, Berkeley
  404. James Young, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  405. Merav Amir, Senior Lecturer of Human Geography, Queen’s University Belfast
  406. Umit Kurt, Professor, University of Newcastle
  407. Michelle Shwartz, Teacher (retired)
  408. Kenneth Kotovsky, Professor Emeritus, Carnegie Mellon University
  409. Paul Scham, Associate Research Professor, University of Maryland
  410. Y. L. Al-Sheikh, Palestinian-American Member of Democratic Socialists of America
  411. Nell Hirschmann-Levy, Esq., lawyer
  412. Joel Beinin, Donald J. Mclachlan Profesor of History, Emeritus, Stanford University
  413. Sheryl Nestel, Affiliated Scholar, New College, University of Toronto
  414. Mical Raz, Professor of History and Clinical Medicine, University of Rochester
  415. Max Finkel, Masters of Israel Studies, Brooklyn Law School
  416. Ariel Katz, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto
  417. Max Lahn, PhD Student, University of Michigan
  418. Sara Roy, Center For Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University
  419. Sadu Nanjundiah, Professor of Physics, Chaudhary Charan Singh University
  420. Martha Schoolman, Associate Professor of English, Florida International University
  421. Lawrence Davidson, Professor Emeritus, West Chester University
  422. Audrey Macklin, Professor of Law, University of Toronto
  423. Cedric Cohen-Skalli, Senior Lecturer, The University of Haifa
  424. Schneur Newfield, Assistant Professor, Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York
  425. Miriam Zucker, Researcher, Adjunct Professor, York University
  426. Dr. Andrea Siegel, Jewish Studies Scholar, Chaplain, Psychotherapist
  427. Ruth Fallenbaum, PhD
  428. Yaron Klein, Associate Professor, Carleton College
  429. Ido Bermanis, DMD
  430. Dorothy Burlage, Clinical Psychologist
  431. Melissa F. Weiner, Professor Of Sociology, College of The Holy Cross
  432. Marcia Newfield, Adjunct Lecturer, Professional Staff Congress, City University of New York (retired)
  433. Nancy Burke, Core Faculty, Past President, Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis
  434. Deborah Dwork, Director Of The Center For The Study of The Holocaust, Genocide, And Crimes Against Humanity, Graduate Center—City University of New York
  435. Ayalah Shapiro Bivas, Psychoanalyst, Contemporary Freudian Society
  436. Dr. Orna Kenan, Lecturer, UCLA (retired)
  437. Deborah Cowen, Professor, University of Toronto
  438. Sherman Teichman, Founding Executive Director Emeritus, Institute for Global Leadership, Tufts University
  439. Mauro Saccol, PhD, University of Genoa
  440. Jeremy Ginges, Professor, London School of Economics And Political Science
  441. Yulia Gilich, PhD
  442. Zachary Braiterman, Professor, Syracuse University
  443. Marc Gopin, James Laue Professor, George Mason University
  444. Yaakov Lipsker, PhD Candidate, Jewish Theological Seminary
  445. Yoav Duman, Professor, Green River College
  446. Sirmichael T. Cianci, Research Fellow, Johns Hopkins University SAIS
  447. Nir Arielli, Associate Professor, University of Leeds
  448. Menashe Anzi, Professor, Ben-Gurion University
  449. Karin Loevy, manager JSD Program at New York University School of Law, Researcher at the Institute for International Law and Justice, New York University School of Law
  450. Alma Ganihar, Writer
  451. Samir L. Iranee, MBA, Sprachen-Unidozent In Frankfurt Am Main
  452. Henry Reichman, Professor Emeritus of History, California State University, East Bay
  453. Revital Madar, Research Fellow, European University Institute
  454. Dana Arieli, Professor, Holon Institute of Technology
  455. Oded Ezer, Professor, Design Faculty, Holon Institute of Technology
  456. Emily Sun, Associate Professor, Barnard College
  457. Anat Katsir, Professor, Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design Jerusalem
  458. Hazem Malhas, Engineer and Activist in Protecting Natural and Human Heritage
  459. Yoav Shemer-Kunz, PhD, Political Scientist, University of Strasbourg
  460. Tal Nahari, PhD Student, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  461. Avinoam J. Stillman, Doctoral Candidate, Freie Universität Berlin, Founding Editor of Blima Books
  462. Willi Goetschel, Professor, University of Toronto
  463. Dr. Shlomi Ravid, Executive Director, The Center for Jewish Peoplehood Education
  464. Motti Regev, Professor, The Open University of Israel
  465. Ido Nahari, Editor, Arts of The Working Class
  466. Gaby Belz, Founding Member, Jewish Voice for Democracy and Justice In Israel/Palestine
  467. Gwyn Daniel, Psychotherapist and Trainer
  468. Jonathan Preminger, Faculty, Cardiff University
  469. Elad Lapidot, Professor, The University of Lille
  470. Ilan Pappe, Professor, University of Exeter, UK
  471. Nora Rubel, Associate Professor, University of Rochester
  472. Stav Zeitouni, Doctoral student, New York University
  473. Amnon Beeri-Sulitzeanu, CO-CEO, The Abraham Initiatives
  474. Avner Giladi, Professor Emeritus, University of Haifa
  475. Brooke Maddux, PhD Candidate, Université de Reims, France
  476. Carola Mathers, Jungian Analyst
  477. David Bollag, MD
  478. Avi Shlaim, Professor Emeritus, The University of Oxford
  479. Clea McNeely, Research Professor, University of Tennessee
  480. Jochi Weil-Goldstein, Ina Autra Senda – Swiss Friends of Combatants for Peace
  481. Hadas Reshef, PhD Student, Freie Universität Berlin
  482. Rabbi Jeanette Friedman Sieradski, Publisher, The Wordsmithy LLC.
  483. Larisa Fialkova, Associate Professor, Dept. of Hebrew and Comparative Literature, University of Haifa
  484. Nerina Cecchin, PhD
  485. Yonatan Sagiv, Research Associate, SOAS University, London
  486. Steven Knoblauch, Adjunct Associate Clinical Professor, New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis
  487. Yaudat Mustafa, Professional Engineer
  488. Eleanor Roffman, Professor Emerita, Lesley University
  489. Rivka Jaussi, Poetess
  490. Guy Levi, Learning Innovation Expert
  491. Mardge Cohen MD, Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program 
  492. Marina Calculli, PhD, Columbia University and Leiden University
  493. Gilad Halpern, Journalist, Broadcaster, Media Historian
  494. Dallas R. Scouton, PhD, Brandeis University
  495. Ofer Tur-Sinai, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Ono Academic College
  496. Derek Brian Gripper, Artist, Researcher, Lecturer of Maths Education 
  497. Nadia Zeldes, Senior Researcher, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
  498. Miryam Segal, Associate Professor, Queens College and the City University of New York Graduate Center  
  499. Dror Feiler, Chairperson for European Jews for a Just Peace
  500. Suzanne Kallala, Lecturer, College of North West London
  501. Charles Weed, Professor Emeritus, Keene State College 
  502. Amira Katz, Faculty Emeritus of the Department of Asian Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  503. Shachar Pinsker, Professor, University of Michigan
  504. Phyllis Ewen, Artist
  505. Jan Gross, Professor of History Emeritus, Princeton University
  506. Rebecca Lesses, Associate Professor of Jewish Studies, Ithaca College
  507. Dirk Moses, Professor, City College of New York
  508. Elizabeth Berger MD, Associate Clinical Professor, George Washington University
  509. Antony Lerman, Senior Fellow, Bruno Kreisky Forum for International Dialogue
  510. Liat Naeh, Academic and Writer
  511. Rochelle Tobias, Professor of German, Johns Hopkins University
  512. Peter Rachleff, East Side Freedom Library
  513. Ofer Shinar Levanon, PhD
  514. David Rohrlich, Professor, Boston University
  515. Paul Cotton, Physician (retired)
  516. Ghislaine Boulanger, Psychologist and Psychoanalyst
  517. Arturo Marzano, Associate Professor, University of Pisa
  518. Dov Waxman, Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation Professor of Israel Studies, UCLA
  519. David Laibman, Professor Emeritus of Economics, Brooklyn College and City University of New York
  520. Aryeh Cohen, Professor, American Jewish University 
  521. Jerome Bourdon, Professor, Tel Aviv University
  522. Shana Sippy, Associate Professor of Religion, Centre College
  523. Judith Gerson, Professor Emerita, Rutgers University
  524. Michal Aviad, Professor, Tel Aviv University
  525. Rabbi Michal Morris Kamil, Community Rabbi
  526. David Biale, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, UC Davis
  527. Ezequiel Kopel, Journalist and Author
  528. Magali Sarfatti Larson, Professor Emerita of Sociology, Temple University
  529. Miriam Eliav-Feldon, Professor, Tel Aviv University
  530. Irene Gendzier, Professor, Boston University (retired)
  531. Orli Avi-Yonah, PhD, Lecturer on Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
  532. Jordan Pollack, Professor, Brandeis University
  533. Nitsan Chorev, Professor of Sociology and International and Public Affairs, Brown University 
  534. Teresa Bailey, Consultant and Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist
  535. Karen Klein MD, Physician
  536. Nancy Stern, Professor, City College of New York, City University of New York
  537. Elsa Auerbach, Professor Emerita, University of Massachusetts Boston
  538. David Wakstein, Artist 
  539. Galit Weidman Sassoon, PhD
  540. Leah Cohen, Barrett Professor of Creative Writing, College of the Holy Cross 
  541. Osvaldo Golijov, Professor of Music, College of the Holy Cross
  542. Anna Koch, Teaching Fellow, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London
  543. Dana Grabelsky, Doctoral Candidate in Philosophy, City University of New York Graduate Center
  544. Yitzhak Melamed, Professor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University
  545. Irwin Ford Rosenfarb, Professor, Alliant International University
  546. Amy Pett, PhD
  547. Joshua Gritz, Graduate Architecture Student, Parsons School of Design 
  548. Hannah Pollin-Galay, Senior Lecturer, Tel Aviv University
  549. Kevin Avruch, Professor Emeritus, George Mason University 
  550. Alexander Elinson, Associate Professor, Hunter College, City University of New York
  551. Michelle Golden, Special Educator
  552. Ella Levitt, Independent Art Theorist
  553. Maya Herman, Sociology PhD Student, New School for Social Research
  554. Adele Diamond, Canada Research Chair Tier 1 and Professor, University of British Columbia 
  555. Marianne Hirsch, Professor Emerita, Columbia University
  556. Anna Bikont, Writer
  557. Hagar Salamon, Professor, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  558. Diane L. Wolf, Professor Emerita of Sociology, UC Davis
  559. John Torpey, Presidential Professor of Sociology and History, Graduate Center, City University of New York
  560. Ben Ratskoff, Assistant Professor of Modern Jewish History and Culture, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
  561. Jean-Marc Dreyfus, Professor, The University of Manchester (UK)
  562. Christine Pagnoulle, Honorary Senior Lecturer, the University of Liège 
  563. Michael Meranze, Professor of History, UCLA
  564. Benjamin Carter Hett, Professor of History, Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York
  565. Anna Hájková, Associate Professor, University of Warwick 
  566. Helen Deutsch, Professor of English, UCLA
  567. Galand Pierre, Professor of Universités ULB (retired)
  568. Sander Gilman, Professor Emeritus, Emory University
  569. Dr. Michele Klein, Independent Scholar
  570. Noah Asher Golden, Associate Professor of Teacher Education, California State University, Long Beach
  571. Dean Strachan, PhD Candidate, University of Chicago
  572. Sofya Aptekar, Associate Professor, City University of New York, School of Labor and Urban Studies
  573. Heather Formaini, Psychoanalyst, Lucca, Italy
  574. Vincent Wertz, Professor, Université catholique de Louvain
  575. Katie Gentile, Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York
  576. Darryl E. Brock, PhD
  577. Dagmar Herzog, Professor of History, Graduate Center, City University of New York
  578. Peter Beinart, Professor, City University of New York
  579. Kathryn Russell, Professor Emerita, State University of New York Cortland
  580. Katharine Baker, PhD, Bowen Center for the Study of the Family
  581. Patrick Italiano, Researcher, University of Liege
  582. Victoria Sanford, Lehman Professor of Excellence, Lehman College and the City University of New York Graduate Center
  583. Jillian Rogin, Associate Professor, University of Windsor
  584. Aaron Kreuter, Assistant Professor, Trent University
  585. Daniel Bertrand Monk, Professor, Colgate University
  586. Jason Appt, Instructor, Naropa University 
  587. Jess Salomon, Comedian
  588. Francesca Zorzetto, Journalist & Blogger
  589. Elissa Bemporad, Professor of East European Jewish History and the Holocaust, City University of New York 
  590. Francesca Gorgoni, Post-Doctoral, Inalco University, France
  591. Freddie Rokem, Professor Emeritus, Tel Aviv University
  592. Karsten Struhl, Adjunct Professor, New School for Public Engagement
  593. Steven Beller, Historian, Washington DC
  594. Molly Schiffer, PhD Student, Northwestern University
  595. Tom Weiner, retired 6th grade teacher, Smith College Campus School
  596. A. Joseph Layon, MD, Professor of Anesthesiology, University of Central Florida, Orlando
  597. Helen Raizen, co-chair, Israel Palestine Committee, Boston Workers Circle
  598. H. Patricia Hynes, Professor of Environmental Health and Justice, Boston University School of Public Health (retired)
  599. Joel Weisberg, Stark Professor Emeritus, Carleton College
  600. Carolyn Toll Oppenheim, Journalism Professor, Emerson College (retired)
  601. Kendall Gardner, PhD, University of Oxford
  602. Gabriele Hourticolon, Johns Hopkins University Libraries
  603. Lila Corwin Berman, Professor of History and Murray Friedman Chair of American Jewish History, Temple University
  604. Sid Shniad, founding member, Independent Jewish Voices Canada 
  605. Sam Shonkoff, Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies, Graduate Theological Union
  606. Linda Gordon, University Professor of History and the Humanities, New York University
  607. Marjorie Feld, Professor of History, Babson College
  608. Nir Shavit, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  609. Joan W. Scott, Professor Emerita, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey
  610. Lynn Gottlieb, Rabbi
  611. Claudio Treves, Former Trade Union Official
  612. Dana Brooks, Professor Emeritus, Northeastern University
  613. Saeb Rawashdeh, Editor of The Jordan Times
  614. Avishai Ehrlich, Professor, The Academic College Tel Aviv-Yaffo
  615. Carole Turbin, Professor, State University of New York (retired)
  616. Rhea Tregebov, Associate Professor Emerita, University of British Columbia
  617. Lynne Layton, Psychoanalyst, Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis
  618. Rowland Selame, PhD
  619. Noa Shaindlinger, Assistant Professor, Worcester State University 
  620. Robert Boikess, Professor of Chemistry, Rutgers University
  621. Rafat Sub Laban, Human Rights Defender from occupied East Jerusalem
  622. Dr. Moncef Kallala, Lecturer, Hawaii Pacific University (retired)
  623. Daniel Levy, President, U.S./Middle East Project
  624. Emilio Sacerdoti, IMF senior staff member (retired), World Bank consultant
  625. Jerry Merose, Professor Emeritus, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
  626. Joel Hecker, Professor, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College
  627. Warren Goldstein, Professor Emeritus History, University of Hartford 
  628. Matthew Teller, journalist and author
  629. Sahar Aziz, Distinguished Professor of Law, Rutgers University
  630. Judy Andler J.D.
  631. Fred Block, Research Professor, UC Davis
  632. Liat Kozma, Associate Professor, Department of Islamic and Middle East Studies, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  633. Carole Joffe, Professor Emerita of Sociology, UC Davis
  634. Rachel Feldman, Assistant Professor of Religion, Dartmouth College
  635. Mateo Alaluf, Professor, Free University of Brussels
  636. Stephen Soldz, Professor, Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis
  637. Ronnie Lesser, PhD, Psychologist
  638. Seth Sanders, Professor, Religious Studies Department and Jewish Studies Program, UC Davis
  639. Diane B. Paul, Professor Emerita, University of Massachusetts Boston
  640. Sven-Erik Rose, Associate Professor, UC Davis
  641. Maurice Pasternak, Professer, Ecole nationale supérieure des arts visuels de La Cambre (retired)
  642. Jane Kenner, Member, Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California (retired)
  643. Roberta De Monticelli, Professor, San Raffaele University, Milan and Geneva University
  644. Barbara S. Kane, Psychoanalyst
  645. Andrew Samuels, Professor and Former Chair, UK Council for Psychotherapy
  646. Stephen Portuges, PhD Psychoanalyst, New Center for Psychoanalysis
  647. Ruth Marshall, Associate Professor of Political Science/Study of Religion, University of Toronto
  648. Susan Herman, NYU Postdoctoral Program 
  649. Rosalind Petchesky, Distinguished Professor Emerita, Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York
  650. Kobi Kabalek, Assistant Professor, Penn State University
  651. Kenneth Miller, Professor of Neuroscience, Columbia University
  652. Barbara Eisold, PhD, New York University
  653. Eyal Rozmarin, Psychologist and Psychoanalyst
  654. Brooke Lober, PhD, University of California, Berkeley
  655. Marla Stone, Professor of History, Occidental College
  656. Lawrence Moss, former Distinguished Lecturer and Rita E. Hauser Director of the Human Rights Program, Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College, City University of New York
  657. Virgil Mathiowetz, Board Member, Middle East Peace Now 
  658. Yehuda Aharon, Postgraduate Student, University of Western Sydney 
  659. Marci Shore, Associate Professor of History, Yale University
  660. Frank Emspak, Professor Emeritus, School for Workers, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  661. Lawrence Rosenwald, Professor Emeritus of English, Wellesley College
  662. Monica L. Meerbaum, PhD, Clinical Psychologist/Psychoanalyst
  663. Cathy Lisa Schneider, Professor, American University
  664. Ofra Bloch, Psychoanalyst
  665. Miriam Rürup, Director of Moses Mendelssohn Center, Professor, University of Potsdam
  666. Peter Klein, PhD 
  667. Judy Somberg, Retired Attorney
  668. Miko Zeldes-Roth, PhD Student, University of Toronto
  669. Donald W. Wood, Lecturer, Oklahoma State University
  670. Marika Sosnowski, Research Fellow, Melbourne Law School
  671. Juan Cole, Collegiate Professor, University of Michigan
  672. Alon Friedman, Professor, Dalhousie University
  673. Riaz Tejani, Associate Professor, University of Redlands
  674. Susan Gutwill, Faculty, Women’s Therapy Centre Institute and Center for the Study of Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis of New Jersey 
  675. Cheryl Pearlman, Psychotherapist
  676. Syvanne Avitzur, Public and International Affairs MA Candidate, University of Ottawa
  677. Lawrence Blum, Professor, University of Massachusetts Boston
  678. Adrienne Harris, Psychoanalyst
  679. David L. Mandel, Human Rights Attorney
  680. Erica Schoenberg, PhD, Psychoanalyst 
  681. Philip Joseph, Associate Professor of English, University of Colorado Denver
  682. Dr. Steven Wagner, Senior Lecturer in International Security, Brunel University London
  683. Stanley Habib, Professor Emeritus, City University of New York
  684. Alexander Yonkel Perelson, PhD Student, Binghamton University
  685. Jaap Hamburger, Chairman, A Different Jewish Voice, Amsterdam 
  686. Einav Rabinovitch-Fox, Lecturer of History, Case Western Reserve University 
  687. Linda Arkin, Licensed clinical social worker
  688. Jason Stanley, Jacob Urowsky Professor of Philosophy, Yale University
  689. Gina Glasman, Lecturer of Judaic Studies, State University of New York Binghamton
  690. Kathryn Levy, Poet
  691. Denni Liebowitz, Psychoanalyst and Clinical Social Worker, Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California
  692. Michael Dahan, Senior Lecturer, Sapir College
  693. Marilynn Gillies, Nursing Teacher (retired)
  694. Steven Reisner, PhD Psychoanalyst
  695. Oded Erez, Assistant Professor, Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
  696. Avraham Milgram, Former Historian, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem
  697. Gershon Baskin, PhD, Founder, Israel/Palestine Center for Research and Information 
  698. Nancy Hollander, Member and Faculty, Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California
  699. Renata Segre, Independent historian
  700. Mor Geller, PhD Student, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  701. Larry Stillman, Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, Monash University
  702. Adina Stern, Center for Research on Antisemitism, Technical University Berlin
  703. Benjamin Arbel, Professor Emeritus, Tel Aviv University
  704. Jawed Siddiqi, Emeritus Professor, Sheffield Hallam
  705. Ameen Abu-Hanna, Professor, University of Amsterdam
  706. Claude Veraart, Professor Emeritus, Université Catholique de Louvain
  707. Assaf David, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and The Forum for Regional Thinking
  708. Umayya Abu-Hanna, Author
  709. Talma Bar-Din, Feminist Activist
  710. Thaera Shadid, Project Coordinator, PLO
  711. A. Archie Wolfman, Doctoral Researcher, Queen Mary University of London
  712. Dania Thomas, Lecturer, University of Glasgow
  713. Corey Balsam, National Coordinator, Independent Jewish Voices Canada
  714. Shakhar Rahav, Senior Lecturer, University of Haifa
  715. Nadira Omarjee, Research Fellow, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 
  716. Ides Nicaise, Professor Emeritus, KU Leuven
  717. Frank Roels MD, Professor Emeritus, Ghent University
  718. Frans Daems, Professor Emeritus of Dutch Linguistics, University of Antwerp
  719. Bronwen Morgan, Professor of Law, University of New South Wales Sydney
  720. Susan Bernofsky, Professor, Columbia University
  721. Willie Van Peer, Full Professor, University of Munich
  722. Alain Schmitt, Doctor (retired)
  723. Gal Levy, Senior teaching faculty, The Open University of Israel 
  724. Karel Arnaut, Associate Professor, KU Leuven
  725. Raphael Van Laere, Royal Academy for Archaeology of Belgium
  726. Gill Knight, Unite Community Officer Sussex Coast Branch
  727. Timothy Snyder, Levin Professor of History and Public Affairs, Yale University 
  728. Giorgio Gomel, President, Alliance for Middle East Peace, Europe
  729. Sandra Fox, Visiting Assistant Professor, New York University
  730. Marc David, Professor Emeritus, Universiteit Antwerpen
  731. Stefanie Schüler-Springorum, Director, Center for Research on Antisemitism
  732. Ali Hariri, Therapist
  733. Dalal Iriqat, Assistant Professor, Arab American University Palestine 
  734. Dana Ron Goldreich, Professor, Tel Aviv University
  735. Esther Cohen, Professor Emerita, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  736. Lieve Franssen, Music Pedagogue, High School of Teachers, Brussels (retired)
  737. E. Natalie Rothman, Professor, University of Toronto
  738. Oded Goldreich, Professor, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
  739. Giovanni Picker, PhD, Lecturer, University of Glasgow
  740. Jay Yair Brodbar, PhD, former ED, New Israel Fund of Canada, Mazon Canada
  741. Herman De Ley, Professor Emeritus, Ghent University, Berline
  742. Yali Hashash, PhD
  743. Matthew Girson, Professor, DePaul University
  744. Evan Goldstein, PhD Candidate, Yale University
  745. Ian Mutchnick, MD, MS, Assistant Professor Pediatric Neurosurgery, University of Louisville and Norton Neuroscience Institute
  746. Joshua Fogel, Professor of History, York University
  747. Annick Suzor-Weiner, Professor Emeritus, Univerrsité Paris-Saclay, France
  748. Anna Zalik, Associate Professor, York University, Canada
  749. Henrique Samet, Adjunct Professor, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro 
  750. Laura Kogel, Psychotherapist, Faculty, Women’s Therapy Centre Institute
  751. Eric Corijn, Professor, Free Universty, Brussels
  752. David Cannon, Chair, Jewish Network for Palestine, United Kingdom
  753. Wayne Lencer, Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School
  754. Zohar Alon, Middle School Teacher, Amos Oz Tel Aviv
  755. Caren Shapiro, LCSW, MFS
  756. Deborah Dash Moore, Frederick G.L. Huetwell Professor of History and Judaic Studies, University of Michigan
  757. Russell Vandenbroucke, Professor, University of Louisville
  758. Janet Gyatso, Academic Dean, Harvard Divinity School
  759. Bertram Silverman, Professor Emeritus, Hofstra University
  760. Marie-France Silver, Professor, York University
  761. Elio Luiz Mauer, Universidade Federal do Paraná (retired)
  762. Fania Fridman, Professor, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
  763. Zohar Segev, Professor, University of Haifa
  764. Yoel Lubell, Professor, Nuffiled Department of Medicine, Unversity of Oxford
  765. Lynne Smith, Director, New Village Press
  766. Evelyne Reberg, Children’s Book Author
  767. Naama Brenner, Professor, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
  768. Shira Li Bartov, Journalist
  769. Beverly Voloshin, Professor Emerita, San Francisco State University; Visiting Professor, Al-Quds Bard College
  770. Lawrence Brown, Fellow Emeritus, Faculty, William Alanson White Institute
  771. Peter Chidiac, Professor, University of Western Ontario
  772. Brian Kasher, Curator, Images of Global Peace
  773. Kathryn Kish Sklar, Distinguished Professor of History, Emerita, State University of New York Binghamton
  774. Ari Ariel, Associate Professor of Instruction, University of Iowa
  775. Tom Zoellner, Professor of English, Chapman University
  776. Michael Kagan, Professor of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  777. Paulina Roitman, Psychologist
  778. Arthur Silver, Associate Professor, History, University of Toronto (retired)
  779. Samuel Wiener, MD
  780. Claudio Rotenberg, Psychoanalyst
  781. Gershon Shafir, Distinguished Professor, University of California, San Diego 
  782. Ruth Rosen, Professor Emerita, University of California Davis
  783. James Berger, Senior Lecturer, Yale University
  784. Annapurna Menon, Teaching Associate, University of Sheffield 
  785. Amir Theilhaber, Post-Doc, Bielefeld University
  786. Steven Delue, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Miami University
  787. Keith Kahn-Harris, Senior Lecturer, Leo Baeck College, London
  788. H. Homedan, MD
  789. Gilad Isaacs, Executive Director, Institute for Economic Justice, University of the Witwatersrand
  790. Judith Smith, Professor Emerita of American Studies, University of Massachusetts Boston
  791. Aviel Verbruggen, Professor Emeritus, University of Antwerp
  792. Erez Braun, Professor, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
  793. Claire Kahane, Professor Emerita, University at Buffalo
  794. Daphna Baram, PhD Researcher, Lancaster University
  795. Jonathan Portes, Professor of Economics and Public Policy, King’s College London
  796. Naomi Scheman, Professor Emerita of Philosophy, University of Minnesota
  797. Debra Morrow, PhD, Psychologist 
  798. Shimon Marom, Professor, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
  799. Reine Meylaerts, Full Professor, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  800. Rachel Aisengart, Associate Professor, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
  801. Daniel Disegni, Lecturer, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
  802. Robin Margo, Former President, NSW Jewish Board of Deputies; NIF Australia
  803. Diana B. Greenwald, Assistant Professor, City College of New York
  804. Michael Barnett, University Professor of international Affairs and Political Science, George Washington University
  805. Patricia Willson, Université de Liège, Universidad de Buenos Aires
  806. Dan Fischer, Jewish Educator, Sinai Synagogue
  807. Huw Price, Emeritus Bertrand Russell Professor, University of Cambridge 
  808. Brett Kaplan, Professor, University of Illinois
  809. Smadar Ben-Natan, PhD
  810. Thomas Cox, Brooklyn For Peace
  811. Leslie Eastman, Senior Lecturer, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University
  812. Stephen Benson, Member, Psychologists for Social Responsibility
  813. Angela Godfrey-Goldstein, Co-director, Jahalin Solidarity
  814. Walda Katzfishman, Professor, Howard University (retired)
  815. Nina Allen, Senior Lecturer, Suffolk University (retired)
  816. Karl Klare, Matthews Distinguished Professor, Northeastern University School of Law
  817. Jasmin Habib, Professor, Political Science & Anthropology, University of Waterloo
  818. Rebecca L. Stein, Professor of Cultural Anthropology, Duke University
  819. Larry Goldsmith, Professor of English Letters, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
  820. Sam Friedman, Research Professor, New York University Grossman School of Medicine 
  821. Barak Mendelsohn, Professor, Haverford College
  822. Rachel Levitsky, Professor, Pratt Institute
  823. Marion Lipshutz, MA, MSLIS
  824. Jennifer Selwyn, Adjunct Associate Professor of History, Portland State University
  825. Judith Plaskow, Professor Emerita, Manhattan College
  826. Jessica Cohen, Independent Translator, Denver
  827. Renée Steinhagen, Public Interest Attorney
  828. Karen Dias, Psychologist, San Francisco
  829. Marguerite Feitlowitz, Professor Emerita, Bennington College
  830. Michele Landsberg, Columnist (retired)
  831. Alice Shaw, Psychoanalyst/Psychologist, Faculty, Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California
  832. Beatriz Radunsky, Programmer in the Performing Arts Area
  833. David Zyngier, Associate Professor, Southern Cross University, Australia
  834. Bradley Burston, Journalist
  835. Diane Arnson Svarlien, Translator
  836. José Hamra Sassón, Babelica Program Coordinator, Instituto de Estudios Críticos
  837. Paul Blain Levy, Reader, University of Birmingham
  838. Peter Slezak, Honorary Associate Professor, University of New South Wales
  839. Letty Cottin Pogrebin, Writer and Activist
  840. Aidan McQuade, PhD, Writer
  841. Ron Meir, Professor, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
  842. Ahmed Abbes, Director of Research, Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques
  843. Daniel Boyarin, Taubman Professor of Talmudic Culture Emeritus, UC Berkeley
  844. Martin Kemp, Psychoanalyst
  845. Ferruccio Martinelli, Operations Manager, Bocconi University
  846. Christine Schmidt, Licensed clinical social worker, CGP
  847. Rev. Lilian Patey
  848. Colin Purkey, Physics Lecturer, College of North West London
  849. Camilla Wasserman, Senior Research Specialist, Karolinska Institutet
  850. Jean-Marc Lévy-Leblond, Professor Emeritus, Université de Nice
  851. Jerise Fogel, Adjunct Professor, Montclair State University
  852. Heather L Munro, Lecturer in Social Anthropology, King’s College London
  853. Andrea Balduzzi, Researcher, Genoa University, Italy (retired)
  854. Mohammad Fadel, Professor, University of Toronto
  855. Sara Thabit, Associate Researcher, Tallinn University of Technology
  856. Cheryl Qamar, Licensed clinical social worker
  857. Bruno Contini, Professor Emeritus, University of Torino
  858. MP Fristot, Teacher (retired)
  859. Hassan Jijakli, Professor, Université Libre de Bruxelles
  860. Lawrence Moss, Professor, Indiana University
  861. Isabel Casimiro, Associate Professor, Eduardo Mondlane University
  862. Alon Liel, PhD, Ambassador (retired)
  863. Raya Cohen, Lecturer, Department of Jewish History, Tel Aviv University; Department of Sociology, University of Naples Federico II (retired)
  864. Hila Milo Rasouly, Assistant Professor, Columbia University
  865. Rafael Araya Masry, President, Confederación Palestina Latinoamericana y del Caribe
  866. David Bartram, Sociologist, University of Leicester
  867. Ifat Levy, Professor, Yale University
  868. Jacqueline Goldman, Program Director, Brown University
  869. Ilan Baruch, Ambassador (Retired), Chair, Policy Working Group
  870. Michel Ouaknine, Semiconductor Specialist and Peace Activist
  871. Jethro Eisenstein, Board Chair, JVP Boston Chapter
  872. Amanda Minervini, Assistant Professor, Colorado College
  873. Uri Schreter, PhD Candidate, Harvard University
  874. Rosalind Edwards, Professor, University of Southampton
  875. Lex Takkenberg, Senior Advisor on the Question of Palestine, Arab Renaissance for Democracy and Development 
  876. Roy Bar Sadeh, Postdoctoral Fellow, Free University of Berlin
  877. Gilad Kenan, PhD Candidate, Tel Aviv University
  878. Richard Friend, Associate Professor, University of York
  879. Anna Berg, Educator (Retired)
  880. Thomas Suárez, Independent Researcher, Volinist and Composer
  881. Rania Madi, UN and EU Consultant
  882. John Judis, Author
  883. Liem Berman, MSW, Smith School for Social Work
  884. Doug Rossinow, Professor of History, Metro State University 
  885. Nasri Khoury, Neurosurgeon 
  886. Robert Herbst, Board Co-Chair, Israeli Committee Against Home Demolitions – USA
  887. Andrew Bush, Professor of Hispanic Studies and Jewish Studies, Vassar College
  888. Rabbi James Ponet, Howard M. Holtzmann Jewish Chaplain Emeritus, Yale University
  889. Jonathan Lebolt, Faculty, Center for the Study of Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis of New Jersey
  890. Haynes Miller, Professor Emeritus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  891. Roni Mikel-Arieli, Academic Director of the Oral History Division, Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
  892. Natasha Zaretsky, Professor of History, University of Alabama at Birmingham
  893. Ross Brann, Professor of Near Eastern Studies, Cornell University
  894. Steven M. Wasserstrom, Moe and Izetta Tonkin Professor of Judaic Studies and the Humanities, Reed College
  895. Stephen Naman, President, American Council for Judaism, Inc. 
  896. Elana Ponet, Former Director at Hillel Children’s School, Yale University
  897. Adam Ganz, Professor, Royal Holloway, University of London 
  898. Pauline M. Coffman, Director, School of Adult Learning, North Park University (Retired)
  899. Jamal Kanj, Writer
  900. Alisse Waterston, Presidential Scholar and Professor, City University of New York, John Jay College 
  901. Michal Huss, Postdoctoral Fellow, Minerva Center for Human Rights, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  902. Jacob Bender, Creative Director, Council on American-Islamic Relations – Philadelphia
  903. Limor Yehuda, Lecturer, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  904. Nitzan Lubianiker, Postdoctoral Associate, Yale University

Pour tout contact avec les promoteurs de l’appel :  Dr. Lior Sternfeld  lbs18@psu.edu

Source : https://sites.google.com/view/israel-elephant-in-the-room/home

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