'Anti-Semitism represents one of the biggest evils of our era. But to fight it, you should not become part of another injustice,' chief negotiator Saeb Erekat writes to German lawmakers
The Bundestag has equated the boycott calls of an anti-occupation organization to those heard in 1930s Germany. The move is a coup for the Israeli government - and minimizes Nazi anti-Semitism
Motion calls on Berlin to cut funding to projects which call for a boycott of Israel ■ Some lawmakers supporting motion release statement reiterating support for freedom to criticize Israel
In first for major European parliament, the move urges government not to fund or support any groups that 'question Israel's right to exist'
Eurovision is escapism for Israelis who still, 71 years on, can’t get used to the idea of living in the Middle East. And for Europeans, it's increasingly an escape from their own continent's ethno-nationalist crises
Despite calls for a Eurovision boycott by pro-Palestinian activists, Madonna will make a guest appearance on Saturday during the song contest finals in Tel Aviv
Globalvision will take place at the same time as the Eurovision, featuring Palestinian, Israeli and international artists. One performer calls it a ‘nonviolent alternative focusing on unity and raising awareness’
Tlaib's 'calming feeling' about the Holocaust is just the latest gift Democrats in Congress have handed the president on Israel and anti-Semitism
Im Tirtzu publishes contact information of some 80 faculty members which it claims expressed 'anti-Israeli' opinions or refused to serve in the military ■ Council of Presidents of Israeli Universities condemns 'intimidation'
BDS activists have denounced Israel for hosting the song contest, calling it 'whitewashing through arts'
Breaking the Silence invite tourists to Israel to visit Hebron and 'see the full picture;' Israeli minister blasts 'lies'
The new PR campaign attempts to counter BDS by putting up ads that use the same acronym but lead to a website exalting Israel
Real countries don’t have to argue they are legitimate, not least when they're hitting 71 years old. That's why there is nothing more ridiculous than Israel's holy obsession with hasbara
The international celebrities sign a statement in support of the song contest that will be held in Israel following BDS pressure on contestants to pull out
Two weeks ago, the Jerusalem District Court denied a petition by Omar Shakir that sought to halt his deportation. His permit was withdrawn over claims that the activist supports the boycott of Israel
Netta Barzilai says 'spreading darkness' negates the aim of the competition
The Texas law requires contractors to certify that they don’t boycott Israel but a U.S. district judge said boycotts are protected free speech
Both the mayor and the the local Jewish federation of the Canadian town oppose Linda Sarsour, who backs BDS, while Independent Jewish Voices-Winnipeg defended her invitation
Israel revoked the work permit of Omar Shakir over claims he endorsed BDS ■ UN experts claim the move appears to 'have nothing to do with illegal conduct'
The vote, which took place during the week of Passover, struck down a call to divest from companies doing business in Israel
In an Op-Ed published by The Guardian, the rock star calls on 'everyone involved in what I see as Eurovision’s betrayal of our joint humanity to focus on their capacity to empathize with their Palestinian brothers and sisters'
Omar Shakir's residency permit canceled over accusations that he promotes boycotting Israel ■ Lawyers plan to appeal, say ruling endangers human rights groups
48 U.S. lawmakers voiced support for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, despite growing opposition from the Republican Party
'U.S. entry ban against me is ideologically motivated,' Barghouti tells NYU event via video after he was stopped from boarding a flight in Tel Aviv last week
Brimstone had partnered with Israel’s Central Bottling to buy dairy firm Clover
Barghouti, who was headed for a speaking tour and his daughter's wedding, was denied before boarding a flight in Israel's Ben Gurion Airport
The policy change came in a court settlement Monday between the vacation rental company and a dozen American Jewish plaintiffs
Brown University President Won't Act on Student Referendum Demanding School Divest From Israeli Firms
69 percent of the Ivy League university students voted for the referendum