Timed to coincide with Israel Apartheid Week, an Al Jazeera journalist spreads falsehoods and libels in a South African media outlet.
The New York Times cannot acknowledge that being an active member of the BDS movement is hatred of Israel as opposed to legitimate criticism of Israeli government policies.
The LA Times is entitled to its opinions in defense of anti-Semitism, harassment, threats and intimidation, but the United States Supreme Court, the U.S. Constitution, and almost the entirety of Western civilization, disagree.
Makdisi is calling for universities to be made safer places for students to freely express their views – yet it is radical anti-Israel activists like himself who make Jewish and pro-Israel students feel intimidated and unsafe standing up for their views and for the Jewish state.
Why has Israel announced a new policy: to deport BDS activists currently in, or attempting to enter, the country?
Donal O’Kelly may try to give the impression that he cares about Palestinians, but by leaving out the facts he reveals that really he is just anti-Israel.
Jewish Voice for Peace director Rebecca Vilkomerson exploits her Jewish identity to promote BDS in the Washington Post.
The only defense BDS has is lies and hypocrisy. The simple fact is, BDS can handle neither the truth, nor the taste of its own tactics.
Boycotts against foreign nations are not “free speech” under US law.
When the media falsely and inaccurately portray the BDS movement, they enable and feed the movement, providing it with exactly the platform it needs to promote its lies.