Main BDS handle tweets photo of Jewish Holocaust victims, calls them Palestinians
The post is “pure evil,” said Israel’s minister of Diaspora affairs.
The Ilhan Omar Vote is a Turning Point for American Jews
Partisan split on booting the congresswoman from committees is more than a symptom of political civil war. It illustrates the normalization of anti-Zionism.
BDS Versus Modern Art
The toxic sledgehammer politics of BDS—the “with us or against us” choice—mean that the route from urging Israel’s elimination to expressing hostility towards Jews, particularly when those Jews engage in support for a Jewish state where they do not themselves reside, is quite a straightforward one.
To Understand Israel-Hatred, Follow the Money
Why would NGOs, U.N. agencies and international organizations ever want to give up the filthy lucre they get for bashing Israel?
The Palestinian BDS Fail
While calling for the rest of the world to boycott Israel, the Palestinians sell 90% of their products to the Jewish state.
Arkansas’ Israel anti-boycott law appealed to the Supreme Court
An Arkansas newspaper says a state law obligating it to sign a pledge not to boycott Israel in order to gain full state contracts is unconstitutional, and wants the high court to hear the case.
Jewish Anti-Zionists are Trying to Legitimize Anti-Semitism
With the help of “The New York Times,” they oppose efforts to raise awareness of left-wing Jew-hatred and are warning even liberal friends of Israel that they are legitimate targets.
Pro-Israel Groups Spent Money and Won. So What?
More talk of AIPAC “buying” seats by opposing foes of the Jewish state in primaries is setting the stage for a new and even more dangerous surge of left-wing anti-Semitism.
A Timely Reminder of what Groups Enable Anti-Semitism
Many liberal Jews consider evangelicals a threat while giving a pass to liberal Protestants, despite the Presbyterian Church USA’s latest smear of Israel as practicing the “enslavement” of Palestinians.
Reigning Miss Universe rejects calls to boycott Israel-hosted pageant
“Everyone with different beliefs, with different backgrounds, with different cultures—they all come together and … forget about politics, about your religion,” says Mexican beauty queen Andrea Meza.