Today’s Top Stories 1. Palestinians have launched a worldwide campaign to nominate jailed Fatah leader Marwan Barghouti for the Nobel Peace Prize – despite his life imprisonment for five terrorist murders. According to the JPost, the campaign will include organizing rallies and marches throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip in support of the nomination.…
Following his appearance at an anti-BDS conference in Jerusalem, HonestReporting CEO Joe Hyams explains in The Times of Israel why the BDS movement thrives on more than anti-Semitism, cash and ill-will.
Even after SodaStream moved out of the West Bank, and even after 600 Palestinians lost their jobs, the BDS movement is still finding excuses to boycott and demonize Israel.
The Toronto Star posts a video by “comedian” Scott Vrooman promoting BDS through anti-Israel lies and libels.
The Huffington Post becomes a platform for encouraging its readers to adopt the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign against Israeli goods.
As Israeli Apartheid Week organizers prepare a series of public events demonizing Israel, we examine whether anything they say is actually true. Like it or not, they’ll probably be on your (or your children’s) college campus within the month.
The BDS strategy is to make any and all kind of furor through whatever means it can. Jennifer Lopez is just another excuse to bombard Twitter and the media with demonization of Israel.
Blankfeld Award winner Elijah Granet argues that Jewish students pushing anti-Semitism resolutions on campus are unwittingly giving cover for BDS activity.
Nitsana Darshan-Leitner of Shurat HaDin, the Israel Law Center spoke to over 500 people at HonestReporting’s Jerusalem headquarters.
Following the successful Rolling Stones concert in Tel Aviv, it’s not been a great week for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement. And now it’s just got worse as critical opinion pieces against BDS appear in the New York Times and Daily Telegraph on the same day. In the New York Times, Roger Cohen…