It's time to stop pretending that racism can ever be good for the Jews.
Last week, Brussels Airlines stopped serving its passengers halvah following complaints by pro-BDS Palestine movement.
As Dani Dayan settles into his new job as consul general in New York, it’s time for the American Jewish establishment to realize that uncritically tolerating his views undermines the fight against BDS.
Pro-Israel lobby group told that Velez Malaga will scrap motion passed in May in favor of the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel.
New York City mayor says that BDS 'seeks to undermine the economy of the State of Israel and makes it harder for Israel to exist...renouncing the very notion that the Jewish people need a homeland in a still dangerous and unsettled world.'
Attorney Gilad Paz says that when two key ministers launched anti-BDS efforts, ‘I started to feel the ground burning under my feet.’
Flanked by local Jewish community leaders, Christie signed into law a bipartisan measure that prohibits the state from investing in pension and annuity funds that boycott Israel or Israeli businesses.
Young U.S. Jews lamenting the challenges of supporting Israel and other progressive causes on campus seem to have forgotten what real politics, not just superficial labels, is all about.
Elizabeth May is an opponent of BDS but her party recently voted to support the movement, putting her in a difficult political situation.
The party, which is slated to hold its annual conference in September, opted not to renew its contract with G4S, but finding an alternative has proved highly difficult, potentially putting the entire conference at risk of cancellation.