If BDS hasn't been as successful as you claim, why did you feel a need to write this letter? Hasn't the push and success of BDS, which is probably contrary to what you believe, pushed you to take a stance against it. If this wasn't mainstream and successful you wouldn't have done so. Writing from a Canadian university, I can tell you that this movement is anything but weak. There are actually two more BDS campaigns added to universities this week in Canada alone. If the BDS campaign is so insignificant, why has the state of Israel bassed an anti-boycott law, that penalizes those who take a pro-BDS stance? Because they are afraid of the growth of this movement and the validity behind it!
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