Chapter 19: The Campaign to Delegitimize Israel
Anti-Semitism is a result of Israeli policies.
Supporters of Israel only criticize Arabs and never Israelis.
Academic freedom means any criticism of Israel is permissible in a university.
American universities should divest from companies that do business in Israel
Advocates for Israel try to silence critics by labeling them anti-Semitic.
The Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement originated with Palestinians seeking to promote peace and justice.
Campus delegitimization campaigns are successful.
The BDS movement advocates peace and a two-state solution.
The BDS campaign has succeeded in isolating Israel.
Selective boycotts advance prospects for Palestinian-Israeli peace.
Academic boycotts are popular in America.
Labeling products manufactured in West Bank settlements promotes peace.