1) Sometimes, when a large number of people are boycotting and protesting against you, you need to look and see if there might be some weight to their accusations against you. 2) For those hardcore ideologues who refuse to believe that the state of Israel could possibly merit boycotting, it is good to look at the real effects of the law. Googling "Israeli anti boycott law", here are some sentences visible on the first page of results, without even clicking on a link: ****"U.S. on Israeli boycott law: Freedom to protest is a basic ...", ****"AJC Challenges Israeli Anti-Boycott Law - American Jewish Committee", "Jewish Voice for Peace Statement on Israeli Anti-Boycott Law. July 12, 2011. JVP expresses our enormous alarm at the new anti-Boycott law, passed by the ...", ****"From left to right, American Jews are criticizing Israeli anti-boycott law. By Ron Kampeas ", ****"Anti-Defamation League Criticizes Israeli Anti-Boycott Law. The Anti-Defamation League, in a rare criticism of Israel, has expressed concern ...", ****"US Zionist Groups Voice Opposition To Israeli Anti Boycott Law", ****"AMNESTY: Israeli anti-boycott law an attack on freedom of expression". When Amnesty International is against you, you need to stop screaming about how oppressed you are and start wondering if you are might be the oppressor.
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