Some final thoughts on using the language of war to understand how to win against BDS.
A narrative which provides a way to hit back at Israel’s enemies without being perceived as “going negative.”
So what strategies should we pick in our approach to defeating BDS?
One of the longest-running and least productive conversations on the subject of BDS is over the efficacy of positive campaigning vs. “going on the offensive.”
What role do planning and logistics play in the fight against BDS?
Some simple strategies appropriate for creating alliances within organizations that tend to get targeted by BDS.
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Are we making the best use of language in the war of words that is BDS?
Both “defensive” and “offensive” tactics in the war against BDS suffer from the same problem: predictability.
With our military mindset in place, it’s time to get cracking on the strategies and tactics that can win the BDS wars.
The BDS wars are likely to be won or lost based not on numbers of soldiers or equipment, but on human emotion.
Seven things to always expect whenever you deal with the BDS “movement.”