BDS News

Israel’s New Rules

Hugh Lanning, a British citizen and chairman of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign, was denied entry into Israel on March 12, the first militant anti-Zionist to fall “victim” to a new law banning entry to any foreigner “who knowingly issues a…

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Israel passes law barring foreign BDS activists from entry

On Monday night (March 6), Israel’s parliament (the Knesset) passed in its second and final reading a law barring the entry of foreign nationals who have “knowingly and publicly” called for boycotting Israel or who “represent an organization” that calls…

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The Ideology Behind Intolerant College Students

Here’s what’s scariest about the last week’s incident at Middlebury College, where protesters shouted down the social scientist Charles Murray and injured a professor who was escorting him from the venue: It felt like an everyday event. So common has such…

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Banning entry is not the way to fight anti-Israel groups

A fool is someone who makes the right move after making all the wrong moves. When it comes to bodies posing as “rights organizations,” Israel is at the stage of the wrong moves. The latest unnecessary move was the attempt…

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Does Feminism Have Room for Zionists?

On March 8 women around the world will be abstaining from work and rallying in the streets as part of the International Women’s Strike, with the aim of starting an “international feminist movement” that challenges the sexual, physical and economic…

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Texas, Spanish banks slammed over Israel-boycott accounts

Two giants financial institutions – Dallas-based Comerica and Spain’s La Caixa – are caught in the crossfire of criticism from politicians and human rights organizations over a fiercely anti-Israel legal group’s accounts with them. Texas State Sen. Brandon Creighton told…

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Anti-Semitism is the new social justice

Hating Israel is the thing to do today on university campuses. It makes you seem “progressive.” It means you’re “woke” and socially aware. It means you’re fighting against a tyrannical regime. It is supporting the struggle of an oppressed people…

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