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State Department Lashes Out Against Anti-BDS Law

State Department Lashes Out Against Anti-BDS Law

The State Department has sharpened its opposition to Israel’s presence in the West Bank in response to a trade bill signed into law by the White House one day earlier. A part of the new law – known as the anti-BDS provision – requires American negotiators to “discourage politically motivated actions to boycott, divest from


How About Giving Israel’s Views A Chance?

In one of the most outrageous interviews broadcast in recent memory, a UK reporter covering the Paris anti-terror rally interrupted his guest, an Israeli woman living in Paris, to claim that Palestinians have suffered greatly at the hands of the Jews. When the woman protested the conflation of the terror in Paris with the plight


December 1, 2014: Attacking Israel with Images from the Holocaust

Listen on Voice of Israel here BDS Supporters will stop at nothing. On Voice of Israel Radio, HR’s Yarden Frankl blasts the photo of Auschwitz victims holding superimposed BDS signs. Enemies of Israel have no problem misusing images from the Holocaust to demonize the country. But the media are supposed to be impartial and do


Why We Are Not in a Cycle of Violence

An emerging narrative about the current outbreak of Palestinian violence – which now includes a massacre of Jewish worshipers in a Jerusalem synagogue – is that it’s all part of a “cycle of violence.” “A new cycle of violence has started, with no prospect of an end in the foreseeable future,” proclaims The Independent in


Will the BDS End Campaign Against SodaStream? Don’t Bet on It

Even though SodaStream’s decision to close its controversial West Bank factory appears to be motivated primarily by financial considerations, not pressure from the BDS, it’s hard to discount the BDS campaign entirely. SodaStream has been one of the most visible BDS targets during the past year, especially after the company tapped one of Hollywood’s hottest