• October 20, 2021

Why did Israel’s government ban the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement?

The Boycott Divest movement (BDS) has been in a state of protest since the end of the Palestinian intifada.

Its leaders have called for the end to Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and the creation of a Palestinian state.

They argue that the occupation of Palestine is illegitimate and illegitimate islamic governments, such as Israel, have historically and persistently imposed policies that have harmed the Palestinian people and the wider Middle East.

In response, Israel imposed a blanket ban on BDS, with the threat of economic and financial sanctions against individuals and companies that did business with it.

The move was condemned by some of Israel’s largest companies, such a BMW, the US Chamber of Commerce, and a number of other major US companies.

On January 3, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that Israel would introduce legislation to repeal the law, saying that the movement was “immoral and dangerous.”

Since then, many of the BDS leaders have also called for a boycott of Israeli products.

The BDS movement gained international prominence when activists successfully forced the U.S. State Department to remove its endorsement of BDS in 2014.

The movement is based on the principle of non-violence.

In order to gain recognition and legitimacy as a legitimate political movement, it must advocate a peaceful solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, including the end, withdrawal, and settlement of the Israeli occupation of occupied Palestine.

While the BDS movement has gained strength since 2014, its popularity has declined as the number of countries that have adopted its policies has risen.

On October 16, Israel’s High Court of Justice (HCJ) struck down a law, signed in 2015, that prohibited the use of foreign funding to promote BDS.

In June, the HCJ ruled that Israel’s policy of the establishment of the state of Israel and the illegal annexation of East Jerusalem were illegal and that it had infringed on Palestinian rights.

The ruling has been welcomed by the international community, with leaders from the European Union, the United States, and Australia condemning the decision.

The HCJ ruling has not been accompanied by any significant economic repercussions for Israel.

But, the ban on the BDS, in particular, has had a significant impact on the livelihood of Israeli-Jewish businesses and has led to an increase in boycotts of Israeli goods in Europe and the United Kingdom.