BDS News

German City Bans Four Palestinian NGOs from Event Due to Antisemitic BDS

City of Bonn, western Germany. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons) The city of Bonn, the former capital of the Federal Republic of Germany, banned four Palestinian organizations from participating in its late September cultural festival, because they support the antisemitic Boycott,…

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BDS Campaign Targeting Toronto Businesses Backfires

Gabriel Bolotin shows off some of the Israeli products he sells at the Taste of Israel grocery store in Thornhill, Ont. It’s a safe bet to say that Firas al-Najim’s boycott efforts didn’t go the way he hoped they would.…

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Europe Poised to Put Warning Labels on Jewish-Made Products

The European Union is poised to mandate that Israeli products made in contested territories carry consumer warning labels, a decision that could trigger American anti-boycott laws and open up what legal experts describe as a “Pandora’s box” of litigation, according…

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Brazil university cancels pro-Israel lecture after threats

A university in Brazil was forced to cancel a lecture by a pro-Israeli advocacy organization StandWithUs after being bombarded by threats from pro-Palestinian groups. The University of Pernambuco, a public university in the city of Recife, opted to cancel the…

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Paypal No Longer Working with Terror Pals BDS South Africa

Last week I posted how Muhammed Desai, the Director of BDS South Africa, stupidly posted a selfie with a PFLP terrorist, and boasted of collaboration with the terrorist organization. He subsequently deleted the post, probably realizing he had just gifted us proof that…

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Is the BDS Movement on the Rise?

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: According to the BDS movement’s Palestinian branch, the impact of the movement “is increasing substantially.” Many pro-Israel sites and organizations agree with that assessment. But how accurate is this prognosis? There are two basic dimensions to the efficiency…

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