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Israel’s safety belt: the US Christian Right pushes new anti-BDS initiative – Middle East Monitor

31.7.16

Israel’s safety belt: the US Christian Right pushes new anti-BDS initiative – Middle East Monitor: ‘On April 21, Tennessee’s General Assembly formally condemned the Palestinian-led Boycott Divestment Sanctions (BDS) campaign, the first US state legislature to do so. Joint Resolution 170 was approved 93-1 by the House of Representatives, following a 30-0 vote in the state Senate.

The resolution calls BDS “one of the main vehicles for spreading anti-Semitism”, describing it as “inherently antithetical and deeply damaging to the causes of peace, justice, equality, democracy and human rights for all the peoples in the Middle East.”

The vote, which carries no legal weight, was celebrated by pro-Israel campaigners such as StandWithUs co-founder Roz Rothstein, who tweeted “oh happy day.”


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