Cape Town learns the price of boycotting Israel.
Redirecting the country’s moral power.
“My views on BDS have changed drastically.”
By doing something about human rights.
The African National Congress is in business with Israel haters.
South Africa recently declined an opportunity to execute a warrant issued by the International Criminal Court (ICC) against Omar al-Bashir, the genocidal president of Sudan.. . .
BDS is mushrooming, as is anti-Semitic sentiment.
The South African clergyman has become the patron of a Christian BDS organization.
At the Durban University of Technology, a resolution passed by the student council stated “that Jewish students, especially those who do not support the Palestinian. . .
The leaders of the “Boycott, Divest, Sanction” (BDS) movement claim to be in favor of strictly nonviolent means of marginalizing Israel. Yet they have no. . .
The South African writer Nadine Gordimer won the Nobel Prize for her fiction. In life, she promoted and romanticized Communism and embraced the anti-apartheid cause. . .
The history of South African Jewry is replete with parallels in American Jewish history—a fact largely unknown to American audiences but brought to life. . .
Since the 1970s, South Africa's Jewish community has declined from 120,000 to 73,000 souls as its members increasingly migrate to Australia, Israel, America, and England.