Encouraging hate, not humanity

At the Strategic Affairs Ministry’s recent Global Coalition for Israel Conference, experts address BDS and its impact in South Africa and across the world .

July 13, 2018 13:25
A panel discussion entitled Defending Israel's Legitimacy: The Battlefield in 2018, takes place duri

A panel discussion entitled Defending Israel's Legitimacy: The Battlefield in 2018, takes place during the Strategic Affairs Ministry's GC4I conference. (From left): David Brog, Tzahi Gavrieli, Wendy Kahn, William Daroff and Raya Kalenova. (photo credit: MEDIA LINE)


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The boycott movement and its supporters has begun to change their strategy. There is no denying that it is making attempt to infiltrate on a higher level. The movement’s mindset is focusing on influencing government and its policies towards Israel as its
But it’s not just the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement that has changed its strategy – those defending Israel and fighting the lies BDS has spread, have too changed their modus-operandi.

“What has changed?” questioned Sima Vaknin-Gil, director-general of the Strategic Affairs and Public Diplomacy Ministry. “We are on the offensive. We are facing them in the academic, legal and cultural sphere.


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