How can you argue if a law is constitutional or not in a country without a constitution? This is a completely spurious argument. The boycott law merely exposes the lie of democracy in a country that refuses full citizenship to millions of its citizens, and governs more than 20 percent of its territory under a dual, racist, apartheid legal system: Civil courts for those deemed ethnically jewish, military law for the rest. It's true the boycott law will improve matters, it exposes the oxymoron of 'Jewish democracy' in 1948 and in 1967, and does so to people who were formally willing to turn a blind eye to Israeli expansionism and hypocrisy. I'm glad the law passed. You won't stop BDS until justice is served.
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from the article: Israel's boycott law is constitutional