Who will BDS come up with next? Nasrallah?

“Going to a rally with your BDS friends?” I ask, referring to the local anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.

By ROBERT HORENSTEIN
June 27, 2017 04:59
4 minute read.
BDS

BDS. (photo credit: WIKIPEDIA)

 
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