Normalization Sounds the Death Knell of the Boycott-Israel Movement

Dec. 16 2020

Ten years ago, notes Sohrab Ahmari, many friends of the Jewish state reasonably saw the boycott, divest, and sanction movement (BDS) as one of the gravest threats to Israel, at least after the more obvious physical threats from Iran and elsewhere. The recent normalization agreement between Jerusalem and Rabat, together with those that preceded it, marks the neutralization of that danger, Ahmari argues:

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More about: Abraham Accords, BDS, Moroccan, Roger Waters

The UK’s Ban on Hamas Is a Belated Step in the Right Direction

Nov. 29 2021

Twenty years after Britain outlawed Hamas’s military wing, the home secretary, Priti Patel, has decided to proscribe the entire organization. Stephen Daisley applauds this decision, but observes that London does not yet seem to recognize the dangers of what Hamas represents:

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More about: Hamas, Palestinian Authority, Palestinian terror, United Kingdom