BDS News

“Wonder Woman” to be banned in Lebanon?

YNet reported yesterday that the Lebanese BDS campaign to ban the “Wonder Woman” movie because it stars Israeli Gal Gadot was unsuccessful. It may have been premature. From the Daily Star Lebanon, today: Highly anticipated DC Comics American superhero film…

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How Israel’s government caved to settlement boycott

It’s hard to find an issue that the government’s ministers are dealing with more intensively than the battle against the BDS movement. Gilad Erdan, the minister of public security and strategic affairs, is also in charge of the battle against…

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BDS Occupies the National Cathedral

“Watching this film is a holy task,” prayed Rabbi Joseph Berman from Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) on March 5 while introducing the anti-Israel movie The Occupation of the American Mind at Washington, DC’s National Cathedral. Far from the sacred,…

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NYU SJP’s Rally Can Help Spread Safety

For the third time this year, the student organization NYU Students for Justice in Palestine received death threats directed toward its members. In response to this outburst of aggression, NYU SJP is planning a rally to help spur a sense…

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Students urge end to US-Israel police exchanges

The student government of California State University, Long Beach passed a resolution earlier this month calling on the administration to pull its investments in companies profiting from Israel’s violations of Palestinian rights. The vote comes in spite of strong pressure…

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Why We (Three Jews) Supported Tufts Divestment

We spent the night before Passover in different rooms. Some of us were in kitchens with our families, clearing our drawers of chametz. Some of us were in the library finishing homework before the start of the holiday. And some…

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Israel’s Wrongheaded Retreat on BDS

Regardless of whether you support or oppose a new law allowing Israel to bar entry to prominent supporters of anti-Israeli boycotts, one outcome was eminently predictable: Israel would lack the guts to enforce it even when doing so was most…

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Intifada on free speech at SOAS

Ambassador Mark Regev’s presence at SOAS (The School of Oriental and African Studies) last week sparked huge controversy after the Palestinian society and various Academics called for the event to be called off and for the boycott of Israel. Once…

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