“Israel isn’t unique refusing entry to foreigners considered high-threat security risks”

Seriously, Boycotters: If the Goal of Your Visit is to Harm Israel, Stay Home
by Miriam F. Elman
July 25, 2017

Ever since a group of right-wing and centrist lawmakers joined forces to ban foreigners boycotting Israel from entering its borders, Israel’s amendment to its 1952 Entry into Israel Law has been a lightning rod of bi-partisan rage. While the amendment predictably drew outrage from anti-Israel activists, it also sparked the ire of many who whole-heartedly support the Jewish state and oppose the boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) movement. Most recently, the brouhaha re-erupted when five “famous and significant” radical BDS-promoters were barred from flying from the U.S. into Israel. READ MORE

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