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BDS: an anti-Semitic crusade

One day in December 1955, in Montgomery, Alabama, a 42-year-old black woman by the name of Rosa Parks sat in the forward section of a bus, which, by city law, was reserved for white people. The bus driver asked her…

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BDS ‘Jew-hater’ convicted for violent assault in Germany

A Berlin court convicted on Monday a Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions activist for assaulting people during a presentation by an Israeli survivor of the Holocaust at Humboldt University in the capital. In a dramatic setback to the claim of the BDS campaign…

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Missouri enacts anti-BDS law, joining 31 other states

The Missouri Capitol building. Credit: Wikimedia Commons. Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, a Republican, signed a bill into law on Monday to prohibit the state contracting with companies that boycott Israel. As such, it has become the 32nd state to enact…

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BDS co-founder says goal of movement is end of Israel

BDS movement co-founder Omar Barghouti. Credit: YouTube Screenshot. While Israel’s supporters claim that the BDS movement is aimed at the Jewish state and is a form of new anti-Semitism, its supporters in Western countries say it’s merely a tool to…

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The Battle over BDS – Trends, Lessons, and Future Trajectories

Executive Summary For the first 10 to 15 years after the crystallization of the modern BDS movement at the turn of the 21st century, the global BDS campaign enjoyed a comfortable operating environment. While the counter-BDS community’s response to specific…

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