No one imagined that Israel could have both security and prosperity without peace. Netanyahu has proved us wrong, rendering decades of left-wing warnings and international boycott campaigns obsolete. But one key strategy can still bring change
It's a tale of two continents: A wave of European states are backing boycotts of illegal settlements, while the U.S. Congress and state legislatures are actively protecting them. Why are their approaches so different?
Irish government opposed the legislation, but independent and opposition lawmakers backed it ■ Israel: Move will 'harm Palestinians,' too
Ariel Gold was prevented from entering Israel this week for her support of Israel boycotts, but she says she is mulling immigration via the Law of Return
The two Israeli companies were forced to choose which set of customers they wanted to appease – the ultra-Orthodox or the secular public. It could become an increasingly common business decision
Sarah Idan, forced to flee Iraq with her family after taking selfies with Miss Israel, Adar Gandelsman, makes a joint appearance with her 'sister'
The Israeli prime minister and Minister Miri Regev have a lot to learn about mixing sport and politics, but their defeat highlights how rare BDS victories are and how ineffective the boycott campaign actually is
Analysis Israel Should Stop Playing Into BDS' Hands or Argentina Soccer Fiasco Will Only Be the Beginning
Israeli sports minister’s intervention and agitation has handed the movement a moral victory that could spur South Africa-style sports boycott
Why is Strategic Affairs Minister Gilad Erdan silent about American and Australian involvement in the funding of alleged anti-Israel boycott organizations?
Despite Israel and Egypt's growing military cooperation, boycotting Israel still top priority for Egyptian journalists