BDS boycott

Israel is fighting back against Amnesty International’s anti-Israel campaign.


Israel is acting to enforce its anti-BDS law against Amnesty International, after the human rights organization embarked on a campaign calling for a boycott of products from Judea and Samaria and a weapons embargo on the Jewish state, which it has accused of war crimes.

According to local media reports, Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon and Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan have formulated amendments to the law to enable the sanctions, and Kahlon will be able to enact them after three weeks of public hearings in which citizens can voice their objections.

Before imposing the sanctions on Amnesty International, Kahlon is expected to invite senior officials from the organization to a hearing. The group could also be sued for damages for violating the anti-BDS law.

Under its “Israel’s Occupation: 50 Years of Dispossession” campaign, Amnesty calls for “governments to stop enabling the economy that keeps these illegal settlements growing and fuels the suffering of Palestinians … and help put an end to the cycle of violations suffered by Palestinians living under Israel’s occupation.”

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Source: United with Israel