As anti-Israel extremists prepare to bring their propaganda campaign to campuses across North America under the rubric of "Israeli Apartheid Week," CAMERA analyzes the Boycott, Divestment and Sanction (BDS) movement and its goal of dismantling the Jewish state.
The Washington Post joined others in correcting the false statement that Israel has a "practice of reserving some roads for Jews." Roads are "open to all Israeli citizens and to other nationals, regardless of religious background," the Post clarified.
Anna Baltzer is a Jew who makes false charges against Israel. This puts her in high demand as a speaker at churches and universities who relish a Jew condemning Israel.
Pro-Palestinian advocate, Henry Siegman, calls for "forceful outside intervention" to compel Israel to accept a Palestinian state.
CAMERA photographs Palestinian private cars, taxis, buses, trucks and pedestrians on Route 505 in the West Bank, dubbed "an exemplary apartheid road -- for Jews only" by Ha'aretz's Noam Ben-Zeev.
UPDATED: Nov. 12, 2009 — The board of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) at Trondheim unanimously rejected a proposal for a cultural/academic boycott of Israel.
The Daily Show features a segment with Palestinian activist Mustafa Barghouti and anti-Israel extremist Anna Baltzer defaming Israel.
In response to criticism of a "Boycott-Israel" Op-Ed by radical anti-Israel professor Neve Gordon, the editor defends the decision to publish Gordon's screed, asserting that he would have published a submission from Hitler as well.
The LA Times published an Op-Ed calling for boycott, divestment and and sanctions against Israel by Neve Gordon, a radical Ben Gurion professor and veteran defamer of Israel.
Despite a plea by Nora Carmi from the Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center, the United Church of Canada voted down proposals to boycott