Tom Usher wrote or added | "An Israeli embassy spokesman said the boycott 'was regrettable and ill-advised' and that 'vilifying and ostracising Israel and promoting a lose-lose programme of boycotts is not the way to secure legitimate Palestinian rights'."
How can one vilify a villain? The de-Zionization of Palestine by peaceful means would be a win-win for everyone, including all Jews. In addition, you don't have to "secure legitimate Palestinian rights" with people who actually believe in them. The Zionists don't believe there are legitimate Palestinian rights. That's sickeningly obvious. That's the whole point behind not facilitating the Zionist Project, the whole point behind the BDS Movement.
Look, it won't be painful if the Zionists just give up and throw themselves upon the mercy of God and the world. If they stop, turn, repent, and atone, they will be forgiven. The problem is that they are attempting to drag it out and to even make matters much worse with their plan to attack Iran that will only serve to unite more people against them, the Zionists.
"When asked about the boycott's chances for success, Eoin Dillon, a performer with Irish and world music band Kila, said: 'It worked in South Africa.'" That's exactly right. The Afrikaners were smart enough to see the writing on the wall too.
Thanks St. James.
Thanks Khalid Hijazi and Robert Hallac.
They liked it.