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Orange CEO: We’d Leave Israel ‘Tomorrow’

Orange CEO: We’d Leave Israel ‘Tomorrow’

UPDATE: After this was posted, Orange announced it will sever ties with its Israeli subsidiary. * * * It’s not so easy to launch a boycott of Israel, according to Orange CEO Stephane Richard, who told reporters in Egypt this week that his company was looking for ways to leave Israel but the idea was


Filmmaker: Islamic State is Closer to Israel than People Realize

In only four months, the Islamic State (IS) has captured territory larger than the country of Britain, a march unprecedented in modern history, according to journalist and documentary filmmaker Itai Anghel. And IS fighters are closer to Israel than people think, he said. “I’m talking about the Peninsula of Sinai,” he said. “A large percentage


Some Straight Talk About the BDS

How clear does the BDS have to be about its true intentions before seemingly well-meaning people stop giving it the benefit of the doubt? A case in point is the recent article from Haaretz columnist Bradley Burston, who seems to genuinely want the BDS to come clean about its goals: What does BDS really want


Why is the BDS Afraid of the State Department?

The State Department’s definition of anti-Semitism moved one step closer to widespread adoption this week as University of California President Janet Napolitano endorsed the definition. “I have my own personal view, and my personal view is that we should” accept the State Department’s definition, Napolitano told Boston Public Radio program Hear and Now. The issue,