An alternative demonstration is organized by the South African Union of Jewish Students that promotes peaceful dialogue between students of all backgrounds..
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DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA – For one week a year, two diametrically opposed narratives on the Middle East and on ways to solve the conflict collide across the South African landscape.In 2015, this period of competing chronicles that has come to characterize Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) culminated in an open confrontation between Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Against Israel in South Africa (BDS SA) and the South African Zionist Federation (SAZF) in the streets of Sandton, Johannesburg. Never before had the thoroughfares of South Africa’s wealthiest and most influential suburb echoed with such vitriolic calls to violence and unbridled hatred.
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