Simone Zimmerman, a young, radical, and promising Jewish activist, was ultimately doomed for calling Benjamin Netanyahu a bad name on Facebook
A controversial motion at the U.S. Universities Debating Championship in Atlanta sparked walkouts and, apparently, tears
Already morally vile, the movement is now legally questionable as well
Contrary to what you may have heard, the UK government did not pass a law barring BDS. But they did strengthen legal arguments against it.
The Combating BDS Act of 2016 will support states’ right to cut ties with companies boycotting or divesting from Israel. It is slated to be introduced on Wednesday.
Students and prominent academics are speaking out against Hillel International’s guidelines that police conversations about Israel on campus. Their concerns are legitimate, and Hillel should reformulate its divisive policies.
A first-hand account of the 1960s maneuvers that quenched Israel’s thirst for soda—and investment
More than 200 academics from South Africa have followed in the footsteps of hundreds of scholars from the U.K., who declared a similar boycott in October
‘I believe the state of Israel may not survive. That its days are numbered. I can hardly bear to say it.’
The Arab human rights activist and fearless correspondent, caught in the middle of unending conflict
Announcement comes five days after British luminaries denounced a cultural boycott of Israel in the same newspaper
House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger and Israeli MK Hilik Bar are leading the charge
Israelis come out in force to support those performers who support them
The Jewish-American reggae man refused, calling the BDS-influenced coercion ‘appalling and offensive’
Pro-Palestinian activists and left-leaning French politicians have objected to the city’s decision to feature Israel on the banks of the river Seine