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1 Also see Dan Diker, Unmasking BDS: Radical Roots, Extremist Ends, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, 2015, pp. 26-29 2 http://www.russelltribunalonpalestine.com/en/4682/russell-tribunal-on-palestine-at-the-world-social-forum-in-tunis 3 WSF, January 2005: Call from social movements for mobilisations against the war, neoliberalism, exploitation and exclusion. http://cadtm.org/WSF-2005-Call-from-social 4 Palestinian Civil Society Call for BDS, July 2005. http://www.bdsmovement.net/call 5  See interviews with Tariq Ali and Daniel Cohen-Bendit, Matzpen: […]

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EU-PA Cooperation and Risks to the Palestinian Future

Although the European Union repeatedly emphasizes its opposition to the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement, its policy of labeling products manufactured in territories east of the 1949 Armistice Lines has reinforced the Palestinian BDS strategy to assault Israel, isolate it, and cause its economic collapse. Clearly, Europe does not seek Israel’s economic demise. Israel […]

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Jerusalem Center Initiatives and Impact (2017)

A Unique Model of Applied Diplomacy The Jerusalem Center has developed a unique model of applied diplomacy, involving rapid responses to current events and challenges based on top-level research and expertise, tailoring an effective response to the issues to reach key target audiences. The Center was strengthened in the past year with the return of […]

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Combating Delegitimization and BDS

Combating Delegitimization and BDS is a major multilingual public diplomacy program exposing those forces that are questioning Israel’s very legitimacy, while carrying out initiatives to strengthen Israel’s fundamental right to security and to reinforce the connection between the Jewish people and their historical homeland including Jerusalem. The program also provides resources for commentators and educates […]

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Unmasking BDS: Radical Roots, Extremist Ends

  Introduction In the summer of 2014, Hamas fired more than four thousand rockets, and assaulted Israel using a vast underground network of attack tunnels that reached well into Israeli territory. The Israel Defense Forces responded by targeting the terrorist infrastructure of Gaza, triggering scores of pro-Hamas demonstrations in European and North American cities in […]

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International Law – by Category

Israel’s Basic Rights Ten False Assumptions Regarding Israel Amb. Alan Baker, August 15, 2016 Israel is inundated with one-sided international resolutions, declarations, “peace plans,” and advice from governments, international organizations, leaders, pundits, and elements within the Jewish, Christian and Muslim communities. Most of the above rest on widely-held, false and mistaken assumptions regarding preconceived notions […]