On April 1, 1933, 81 years ago, the Nazis carried out their first nationwide, coordinated action against the Jews: a boycott of Jewish businesses – today these activities are commonly known as BDS: Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions.
And even today, that Nazi-inspired BDS tactic continues, directed at the Jewish state of Israel.
What is perhaps even worse is when there are Jewish organizations who join in, also calling for the boycott and divestment of Jewish businesses and products made in the Land of Israel – and they have the gall to call themselves Zionists and want to march in the Israel Day Parade.
Do organizations like that really fit inside the open tent?
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