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Under the new bill, persons active in or are members in NGOs promoting boycotting Israel will not be allowed to enter Israeli territory, for work or tourism.
The House of Bishops, led by Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori, overwhelmingly defeated the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions resolution.
New York follows Indiana, Illinois and Tennessee to condemn BDS.
Anti-Israel South African groups complain that the pro-Israel lobby is "undermining solidarity with the Palestinian people."
BDS anarchists threaten to disrupt an Israeli-Palestinian civilian peace meeting slated for Thursday near Bethlehem.
The boycotters submitted a 51-page anti-Israel document to Orange last month, says NGO monitor.
He also criticized Britain for boycotting Israel's defense expo; British diplomat claims UK "committed" to trade links with Israel.
The Illinois State House of Representatives Executive Committee on Wednesday unanimously passed a bill that would prohibit state pension funds from including in their...
Ostensibly Jewish "leaders" are protecting and promoting those engaged in economic and legal warfare against the Jewish State.
The Congress begins to consider a new bill requiring Europe to reject anti-Israel boycotts in order to enjoy free trade with the U.S.
Why does it seem like so many New York Jewish institutions are staffed with people who want to harm Israel?
SodaStream is another Israeli miracle, so is that why the anti-Israel folks are so angry? Yes, but also it must really bug them that so many Arab Palestinians work in SodaStream factories, ignoring the haters' boycott demands.
In addition to lots of other anti-Israel activity, Alice Walker was front and center with Roger Waters as the two of them attempted to block Carnegie Hall from hosting the Israeli Philharmonic in October, 2012. Now Alice Walker is scheduled to appear at the 92nd Street Y on Thursday, May 30.
The standard for judging whether constitutional rights can be abrogated is not, as the Investigators claimed in their Report, based on sincerity, but on whether or not, at the very least, there is a reasonable belief that the Four were about to disrupt the BC BDS event. The Investigators stated clearly that there was no such reasonable belief at the time the Four were ejected from the event. Therefore, based on the evidence provided in the CUNY Report, it would appear that the constitutional rights of the four Jewish pro-Israel students were violated.
The letter lays out a litany of concerns regarding the intimidating atmosphere for students within Brooklyn College's political science department