Netanyahu's decision to allow the congresswomen entry into the country shines spotlight on Israeli 'travel ban' on BDS activists
Legislation is unveiled as Omar plans visit to Israel next month, testing Israeli anti-boycott law ■ Text cites boycott of Nazi Germany as example for other boycotts of 'Americans of conscience'
U.S. president’s use of Israel in his attacks on Democratic members of Congress is part of a broader strategy to paint his rivals as ‘anti-Jewish’ ahead of 2020
Department of Justice summit devoted sessions to 'anti-Semitism on campus' and 'combating anti-Semitism while respecting the first amendment'
German magazine claims these organizations were involved in the Bundestag decision against the boycott movement, using 'donations to politicians' ■ Bild newspaper sharply criticizes report, calls claims 'anti-Semitic'
Palestinians and supporters of BDS urge Hanin Nasser not to compete for Israel at a European competition that begins Thursday
Green Left, which has publicly endorsed BDS, distances itself from activist, calling remarks 'inappropriate and unacceptable'
Fearing backlash from boycott movement, association of mental health researchers walks back decision to hold confab in Jerusalem
The van Oordt family, which helps bring 120,000 bottles of Israeli wine each year, argues that the regulation has become 'a political tool to pressure the Jewish state'
Opinion If Democratic Candidates Cosy Up to Radical anti-Zionist Jews, They Can Kiss the 2020 Elections Goodbye
If Democratic hopefuls encounter a radical pro-Palestinian group which rejects Jewish sovereignty and two states, they should ignore them, right? Let's see their response to IfNotNow, which intends to heckle, bait and entrap those candidates on the campaign trail
The American jokester will try to make Israelis laugh at the Tel Aviv Port, and while he won't talk BDS, he is happy to discuss Louis CK and what it's like to perform in Saudi Arabia
In post-apartheid South Africa, Zionism is a dirty word, Israel is 'apartheid-ish' and BDS is on the rise. We went there to find out what it means to be Jewish in the Rainbow Nation today | Special project
After sharing a tweet linking to a pro-Israel boycott article, Peter Schäfer faced criticism that the museum was 'completely out of control'
'Pinkwashing' is a dirty word for many on the left: rather than support our struggle for equal rights, they show the same hate towards us LGBTQ Israelis as Israel's own far-right theocrats and homophobes
Government increasingly involved in legal battle over the information held by Psy-Group, also probed in FBI investigation into the Trump campaign
The Bundestag mixed up the struggle against anti-Semitism with support for the most right-wing, populist government ever to rule Israel. Will Germany's government now make the same dangerous mistake?
'Stop Zionism!' 'Israel is our misfortune!' Who said it: 'progressive' supporters of the boycott Israel movement – or U.S. white supremacists and German neo-Nazis?
In the first of a series of articles from the Rainbow Nation, Haaretz finds out why there has been an exodus from the local Jewish community in the past decade and what’s the one thing you should never tell a South African Jew
Peter Schäfer steps down days after sharing of petition calling on German government not to adopt motion defining anti-Israel boycotts as anti-Semitic
In recent years Israel has waged all-out war against the movement, exerting diplomatic, legal and even economic pressure
If the German government adopts the Bundestag resolution to outlaw the BDS movement, there will be nothing to equal it in any democracy
Strategic affairs minister's schedules show he met with spy agency's chief ■ Datebooks also include several meetings devoted to creation of firm to advance 'mass awareness activities'
The Bundestag motion, passed with broad multiparty support last month, has drawn wide opposition, including from Jewish intellectuals
Citing anti-boycott law, group seeks to bar burger chain from lucrative Ben-Gurion Airport contract and warns other businesses may be targeted
'Boycotting an entire society, an entire people, based on the actions of its government is absolutely ridiculous,' the Jewish singer says in an interview
Airbnb lifted their previous ban on listing properties in Israeli settlements after being sued by two groups of U.S. Jewish plaintiffs
In an interview, Ohad Naharin said he would support the Israel boycott 'if [it] would improve the situation in the territories or bring a solution to the conflict'