Haaretz: Time for Jews to Boycott Israel (Zionist Strike 7)

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BDS Blacklist: Sadly, Now Might Be the Time for Jews to Boycott Israel

The Israeli government has issued a list of 20 activist organizations from around the world whose leaders and active members are to be denied entry. Coming on the heels of last spring’s law announcing an entry ban on boycott, divestment and sanction (BDS) supporters, this isn’t particular surprising.

But it shines a light on the degree of fear gripping Israel’s leaders when it comes to BDS, and casts into question Israel’s commitment to democratic norms. All this suggests that BDS activists may actually be on to something.

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Phi Beta Iota: The legislation before Congress in the USA, making it a felony to criticize Israel or call for a boycott of Israel, is one of seven strikes that are helping end the Zionist occupation of the US economy, government, and society. The days of Israel as a neo-fascist occupying power in both the USA and Palestine are drawing to an end.  A salute to Haaretz, one of the most honest and legitimately Jewish (good) sources against the Zionist (bad) tyranny.  American organizations banned from visiting Israel include:

■ American Friends Service Committee
■ American Muslims for Palestine
■ Code Pink
■ Jewish Voice for Peace
■ National Students for Justice in Palestine
■ US Campaign for Palestinian Rights

See Especially:

Steele, Robert, “Zionism in America – Steven Strikes & Counting…,Veterans Today, 14 December 2017.

Steele, Robert, “How The Deep State Controls Social Media and Digitally Assassinates Critics: #GoogleGestapo – Censorship & Crowd-Stalking Made Easy,” American Herald Tribune, November 7, 2017.

See Also:

Israel publishes BDS blacklist: These are the 20 groups whose members will be denied entry

How a U.S. Quaker group that won the Nobel Peace Prize ended up on Israel’s BDS blacklist

The BDS blacklist: How Israel will discern who enters and who is barred