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Boycott Israel by Ari Lesser


Boycott Israel by Ari Lesser

Ari Lesser’s Powerful music video begs the question:

“Why is there such a strong call to Boycott Israel by various college organizations and professors when the majority of countries around the world are committing verifiable atrocities that are all but ignored?”


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20 Responses to “Boycott Israel by Ari Lesser”

  1. Michael Ross says:

    this is great – i am glad its going viral – I published this this morning…. great song – it was sent to me…. two thumbs up!

  2. Michael Ross says:

    this is great – i am glad its going viral – I published this this morning…. great song – it was sent to me…. two thumbs up!

  3. Angee Sluder says:

    Exactly! Before foreigners target outside countries for perceived human rights violations, they need to first clean up their own houses! Israel’s not perfect, but its government is no more guilty of clamping down on civil liberties than is the government in my country!

  4. Angee Sluder says:

    Exactly! Before foreigners target outside countries for perceived human rights violations, they need to first clean up their own houses! Israel’s not perfect, but its government is no more guilty of clamping down on civil liberties than is the government in my country!

  5. Sharon Barks says:

    No boycott Israel No! I can’t and I won’t! Peace out…

  6. Sharon Barks says:

    No boycott Israel No! I can’t and I won’t! Peace out…

  7. Jim Shelton says:

    Get a haircut and a job deadbeat. Do your duty and serve your country.

  8. Jim Shelton says:

    Get a haircut and a job deadbeat. Do your duty and serve your country.

  9. Natan Richards says:

    Seriously!

  10. One picture says it all.

  11. Totally Brilliant…at last…voice that says like it is! Send this to all who will send it everywhere so that the bs of the self-righteous Israel bashers can take begin to look like the hypocrits that they are.

  12. Totally Brilliant…at last…voice that says like it is! Send this to all who will send it everywhere so that the bs of the self-righteous Israel bashers can take begin to look like the hypocrits that they are.

  13. Eilat Asseo-Brenner says:

    Powerful!

  14. GOOD PLEASE SPREAD!
    this is the first time I found out about the Jewish Press

  15. Anita Joanna F says:

    :*

  16. Robert Bray says:

    Got to get this on the press web sites

  17. Jason Maki says:

    YAY REMNANT ARIZE

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