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The event in Basel was secured by local undercover police officers due to fears that Islamic and BDS activists were planning to disturb the event.
Of the 32 authors listed on the project’s website, 17 openly support the BDS movement, three are affiliated with BDS organizations and six work for the radical, anti-Israel NGO Adalah.
AMCHA Initiative’s 2016 report indicates two main sources are responsible for anti-Semitism on campus.
Since the filing of the ASA lawsuit, the American Anthropological Association and the Modern Language Association have both backed down from passing boycott measures.
In 2016, the Rhodes Trust announced two new Rhodes Scholarships for Israel, for the first time in the scholarship's 113 year history.
The Lev HaOlam Organization was founded in order to help these producers and small businesses overcome the BDS challenges.
Is it OK for Jews in America to lobby for the establishment of a PLO state?
"As one of the few surviving Christians in the Middle-East, I praise God daily for the blessing of being able to call myself an Israeli."
An SJP member explained the Israeli ambassador wasn't entitled to speak on campus because “Palestinians in Gaza don’t have free speech.”
Three of the NFL players who were members of a sports delegation to Israel have backed out at the last minute, joining a boycott instead.
The NIF funds Adalah, Breaking the Silence, +972 Magazine, and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel, who are primarily active in campaigns that contribute to BDS and delegitimization.
Hundreds of Negev Bedouin Israelis now have the jobs that Arab citizens of the Palestinian Authority lost to the BDS campaign.
In a poll on anti-Semitic incidents on campus, Columbia University has rated as the worst for US Jewish students in 2016.
'It’s really sad to hear that a place that takes pride in taking students from across the world would behave like this.'
How sincere can the EU be when it says 'never again,' and then leads a boycott intended to destroy thousands of Jewish lives?
Viewers join comedian Brad Stine on a journey in search of truth that takes him across the US and Israel.
Temporary residents who support boycotts against Israel would not be upgraded to permanent residency, meaning they could be expelled.
Activists calling for a boycott against Israel won't be able to enter the state if a proposed law is passed in the Knesset plenum.
There's no apartheid against Arabs. The only people restricted are Jews. There are places and businesses we're warned not to enter, roads not to drive on, schools we are forbidden to study or teach in
France is set to open an international "peace conference" while ties are found between Paris and terror groups.