BDS and Israel Apartheid Week are now less popular across the country than they were a few years ago.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center threatened to put Berlin’s mayor on its annual list of 10 worst anti-Semites unless he strongly condemned BDS.
Daniel Biss, a state senator and former math professor, lost one of his two congressional endorsements due to his lieutenant governor nominee.
Unifor has more than 300,000 members across Canada.
The Berlin Pop-Kultur festival had accepted around $600 from the Israeli embassy in Germany.
The Queens Museum canceled an event with the Israeli mission to the United Nations, citing concerns from “Palestinian friends of the museum.”
Bigotry is what happens when people begin to see another as inhuman. This has been a regular theme of anti-Semitism.
Israel won’t say who is included in its BDS travel ban, adopted this March by the Knesset.
Jews in the re-energized Democratic Socialist movement voted overwhelmingly to endorse BDS. What comes next?
EXCLUSIVE: In an op-ed for the Forward, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand writes about the anti BDS bill and her support of the First Amendment.