Israel’s adversaries have always charged the country with misdeeds, but only relatively recently have these alleged evils coalesced into the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS), modeled after the campaign against apartheid South Africa. As a detailed examination shows, the apartheid charges are utterly false. The activists who level these charges deserve no credibility.
Harvard has welcomed anti-Israel radicals to its faculty and research centers. The One-State Conference advocating the end of the Jewish state is a predictable result.
On March 3-4, Harvard will host a two-day conference at the Kennedy School of Government focused, in effect, on dismantling the Jewish state of Israel.
High-ranking officials in the Presbyterian Church (USA) ignored repeated private warnings about the anti-Semitism broadcast by one of its “peacemaking” groups. The result is ongoing controversy and demonization of Jews and Israel.
The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaigns that crop up on campuses and at research institutions claim to promote human rights. In reality, BDS is a smokescreen for delegitimizing Israel.
Anti-Israel activists who name-drop Martin Luther King don't want you to know about his strong support for Israel, his understanding of the links between Israeli security and peace, and his opposition to anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism.
Two BDS activists in California are digging themselves into an ever deeper hole. Emily Alma kills off a living Palestinian girl in her effort to cover for her compatriot, who lied that "trigger-happy watchtower guards" killed two Palestinian children.
Sandra O'Neill, an activist in the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Campaign who manufactures grotesque falsehoods about Israel, has managed to peddle her fabrications, including the shooting deaths of small Palestinian children, to a Chico newspaper.
Joseph Massad's "Truth, facts and facts on the ground" (Al Jazeera English) is remarkable for the sheer number of falsehoods by the Columbia professor that cast all blame for the Arab-Israeli conflict onto Israel, while portraying the Palestinians as blameless victims.
M.J. Rosenberg argues in the Los Angeles Times that “Israel can't be delegitimized, and no one is trying to do so.” In fact, one does not have to look beyond the LA Times Op-Ed pages to find a slew of columns doing just that.