The boycotters have been wetting themselves over last month’s “victory” getting 50 student groups at New York University (NYU) to jointly pledge a boycott of not just Israel, but campus groups (i.e., organizations created and run by other NYU students) and off-campus groups (such as Birthright, StandWithUs and the ADL) that support the Jewish state. […]
No matter how overwhelmed you might feel at any given time, never let your foe see anything but steel.
Technion-Cornell’s two-billion dollar launch vs. BDSer Steven Salaita’s tweets. Fair fight?
The role we Jews play in this ugly game of tyrants is that of the experimental lab animal.
U Wisconsin at Madison demonstrates why campus BDS resolutions resolutions represent nothing more than the depravity of Israel’s foes.
Like a virus, BDS creates its own antibodies that contribute to its rejection within whole categories of civic institution.
Academic freedom is not a natural phenomenon like gravity or even a natural corollary of the Rights of Man, but remains a relatively recent social invention.
Few BDS battles have been as successful and informative as the recent defeat of academic boycott at the Modern Language Association.
What does the surprising defeat of an academic boycott at AAA mean for the trajectory of BDS within academic associations?
The spiritual scale and nature of this loserness of BDS was never more on display than it was last week at Brown University.
The big news on the BDS front is about a lawsuit just filed against the American Studies Association (ASA) over the anti-Israel boycott they put in place in 2014.
By now, most of you have probably heard the good news that the American Historical Association (AHA) has voted down a motion “critical of Israel” (i.e., the best the BDSers could do in an environment where their squalid little boycotts are treated with understandable suspicion) by a 2:1 margin. The group responsible for forcing this […]