Eugene Kontorovich is a professor at George Mason University Antonin Scalia School of Law, director of its Center for International Law in the Middle East, and a scholar at the Kohelet Policy Forum in Jerusalem.
There’s a quadruple standard at work: a double standard within a double standard.
The noted legal expert explains why anti-BDS laws are not only permissible but also just.
Some of the people who now criticize the law were for it only a few years ago.
The controversial new law has been reviled as “an assassination of democracy” and a subversion of the founding principles of the Jewish state. It’s neither.