Many of the same activists seeking inclusion for a broader range of voices on Israel seem to tolerate a movement that is anything but open to dissent.
Questioning Israel’s right to exist or calling Zionism a unique evil isn’t criticism of Israel; it’s anti-Semitism masquerading as political critique.
“The state has no right to tell private companies how to act when it has nothing to do with state business.”
Passing laws that can be used to crack down on individual freedoms only harms Israel advocacy efforts and turns BDS supporters into victims.
The single-minded focus on BDS in fact only makes it harder to fight, and distracts us from the critical issues that are fueling its rise.
A petition led by a German-Jewish resident said that the public TV station was using tax money to support “a hater of Jews.”
Australian singer Nick Cave said that he performed in Israel to take a stand against BDS
If the Jewish community truly cares about free speech, we need to be consistent in standing for it — on the left and the right.
The longest hearing in student government history lead to a possible watershed moment at a school with large Jewish and Arab-American populations.
Co-owner Shmuel Veffer is the grandson of survivors: “Now it’s my turn to have the haters trying to destroy my business, simply because I’m Jewish.”