Activists urge Reykjavík city council not to back down under pressure from decision to boycott all Israeli goods. Read more about Israelis to Iceland: Please boycott our country
Israel’s high court on Thursday upheld a law imposing stiff sanctions on those advocating boycotts of Israel or its colonial settlements in the occupied West Bank and Golan Heights. Read more about Israel's anti-boycott law will hit Palestinians hardest, rights groups warn
Lebanese concert promoter Jihad el-Murr has filed a lawsuit against four groups over a boycott campaign they organized against the band Placebo in June 2010. Read more about Interview: Why is concert promoter suing Lebanon boycott activists?
Two significant milestones in the Palestinian-led movement for boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) were marked this week with a vote by the UK’s Trades Union Congress to reconsider its ties with Israel’s national trade union federation, and with the confirmation that boycott target Agrexco was ordered into liquidation. Read more about UK trade unionists put Histadrut under review; victory declared over Agrexco liquidation
Boycott from Within, a coalition of citizens of Israel, both Palestinian and Jewish, organizing in support of the Palestinian call for boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) issued a statement today expressing their solidarity with Australian BDS activists facing severe state repression. Read more about BDS activists in Israel stand with Australian counterparts facing repression
The Reut Institute, a Zionist think tank with close ties to the Israeli government and military establishment, predicts Israel’s new anti-boycott law may backfire. Read more about Reut Institute: Israeli Boycott law may backfire
The strong reaction by left-wing Israelis to the recently passed “boycott law” must have astounded many in the country’s right-wing government and made them wonder why such a strong reaction now. Read more about Israeli left's awakening too little, too late
The newly-passed boycott law is the latest in a series of ever-more draconian laws being introduced by Israel’s far right. The legislation’s goal is to intimidate those Israeli citizens, Jews and Palestinians, who have yet to bow down before the majority-rule mob. Read more about Israel's war on nonviolent protest
Human rights groups in Israel are protesting the new Israeli law passed yesterday which “prohibits boycott of businesses, universities, and social and cultural institutions based in Israel and the illegal settlements, and imposes heavy financial sanctions against civil society organizations and businesses that participate in boycotts.” Read more about Rights groups: anti-boycott law "effectively a legal annexation of W. Bank"