84% of Americans are not familiar or know much about BDS * 95% of Americans do not support BDS
A plurality of Americans (42%) view both Israelis and Palestinians favorably while 25% view just Israelis favorably.
Last month, undergraduate students at Princeton University voted on a referendum linked to the aims of BDS.
"It is ludicrous and offensive to call Jews who arrived fleeing the death camps of the Holocaust, and their descendants, white supremacists," the students wrote in their op-ed.
I’m sure somewhere Professor Marc Lamont Hill must be smiling (though not at CNN, which fired him because of a history of offensive comments).
"Everything we have seen around the BDS movement is racist," Priti Patel said, explaining that this includes "the antisemitic tropes, the cartoons, the chants [and] the flag-waving."
Ben & Jerry’s and its parent company Unilever Global decided to end their licensing agreement in Israel in protest of West Bank settlements.
"The Zionists have the world under their control, unfortunately. They even want to kill the the [sic] journalists and buy the outlets..." wrote the father of supermodels Bella and Gigi.
The Harvard Crimson newspaper endorsed Boycott, Divestment and Sanction (BDS) and the Harvard chapter of the Palestine Solidarity Committee.
The editorial has not aged well. Within a week of its publication, on May 6, two Palestinian terrorists wielding an axe and a knife murdered three Jewish fathers in the Orthodox town of Elad.