Anyone defending the BDS movement should open their eyes; BDS is not primarily trying to assist Palestinians, but rather eliminate Israel.
“While we do not support BDS, we remain resolved to our constitutional oath to defend the right of every American to express their views peacefully.”
There is a blackout on Judea and Samaria in the organized Jewish world; the most powerful Jewish organizations are uncomfortable with it or oppose it.
A group of 140 artists and musicians signed an open letter recently published in the Guardian threatening to boycott Eurovision in Israel.
Trevor Noah warms his hand at the bonfire of Nike vanities
The executive order specifically names the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel.
Jewish leaders are taking credit for Civil Rights work while attacking the right to boycott — a freedom fought for during the Civil Rights movement.
The recently leaked SJP Divestment Handbook reveals that SJP relies heavily on outside political groups — and often, ones that actively promote hate.
Israel is perfectly within its rights to respond to boycott campaigns. Even so, it’s worth asking what Israel achieves and at what cost when doing so.
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.