Anti BDS

How did South Carolina pioneer BDS legislation?

Ohio became the 15th US state to pass legislation banning business with companies that boycott, divest from or sanction Israel last week, joining an effort that began in May and June 2015 with Illinois and South Carolina. Illinois might not…

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Petition Against Academic Boycotts

Letters to MLA President from Academics As a Canadian, at a Canadian university, I had the privilege of heading an interdisciplinary academic institute from 1997 to 2007, that is, during much of the presidency of George W. Bush. Like most…

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BDS movement only divides us

Ontario’s legislature struck a real and meaningful blow against anti-Semitism Thursday by endorsing a motion to condemn the anti-Israel BDS movement. BDS stands for “boycott, divestment and sanctions.” It’s a Palestinian-led movement that has attempted to persuade individuals, unions, universities,…

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The silence about campus anti-Semitism

The students’ union at City University recently came under fire for banning the sale of the Daily Mail, the Daily Express and the Sun. This enraged the journalism department, and students are now embroiled in a highly controversial dispute with…

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How to end anti-Israel divestment campaigns on campuses

By the end of 2016, the United Nations will have adopted 20 resolutions against the state of Israel and four resolutions against all other countries combined. Since 2012, university students in the United States have been almost as aggressive, introducing…

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France Should Be Ashamed of Labeling Products Made By Jews

To its credit, France is one of the first countries in Europe to ban economic boycotts of Israel. To its shame, France is the first European country to implement a 2015 European Union decision to label Israeli products from Judea…

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