The boycott is still very marginal. Israeli stocks, especially the defense contractors, have performed remarkably. The Israeli economy has outpaced europe. The so called "washington" chain only has two stores. In New York, boycott organizers tried to pressure a cosmetics retailer with 29 stores to not sell Ahava products....the CEO rejected the request. In fact, many (like myself) flocked to the stores to buy Ahava products more than making up for the boycotters. The same thing has happened in in England, France, etc...where boycotts have backfired and caused a rise in sale of Israeli goods. The marginal loss of sales in parts of Europe are more than outpaced by a rise of Israeli exports to Asia and other new markets. Like 99.99% of boycotts this one will fail, and justice will prevail.
U.S. says it killed 10 AQAP Islamist militants in four air strikes in Yemen since April 23 (Reuters)
from the article: Anti-Israel economic boycotts are gaining speed