Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed pushed back demands from local Black Lives Matter affiliates by standing behind a police training program between his city and Israel.
Carlos Santana is moving ahead with a performance, just days away now, in Tel Aviv — shunning public calls from the movement for the boycott, divest and sanction against Israel for him to cancel.
The boycott, divestment and sanctions movement claimed a landslide victory in Canada on the weekend of July 9 as the Mennonite Church Canada Assembly overwhelmingly supported a resolution backing the boycott of Israel.
Pharrell Williams, Grammy Award winner and “Happy” pop star, canceled a 21 July performance in Tel Aviv amid conflicting reasons for the cancellation. The left-leaning Jewish Voice for Peace, which supports the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement against Israel applauded the move on social media.
The four Park Slope Co-Op members who were suspended after disrupting a presentation on BDS are still not ready to throw in the towel.
(JTA) — The United Auto Workers union struck down a vote by the graduate student union at New York University to support the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel. Last week’s decision came two months after the resolution to support the BDS movement was approved by two-thirds of the 600 union members who cast…
If you don’t live in Europe, you might not think that Thursday’s referendum on whether or not Great Britain should remain in the European Union has much to do with you. But, if you care about Israel’s economy and are opposed to the BDS movement (boycott, divestment, and sanctions against Israel), you should be urging all of your British friends to vote Remain.
The Netanyahu government and its American allies have always demonstrated extreme hostility toward J Street — until now, J.J. Goldberg writes.
The New York governor’s executive order constitutes a frightening attack on free speech that will create a backlash against Israel and Jews, Jill Jacobs argues.
As many Jewish groups jump on board a push for laws to penalize businesses and groups boycotting Israel, the Anti-Defamation League, long considered a pillar of the Jewish establishment, is not just standing back — it has been opposing the tide. Now, it’s taking flack for this.