Palestinians say decision sign of impact of BDS, but say it doesn’t go far enough. Read more about Honda moves Israeli settlement race; Joe Roberts urged to cancel
Palestinians warn Japanese motor giant it could face boycott calls for role in Israeli government-backed Moto GP event in occupied West Bank. Read more about Honda sponsors motor race in Israeli settlement
Painter has been unable to visit his Gaza birthplace for more than fifteen years. Read more about "Cries of Gaza" resonate in rare solo show by Palestinian artist Tayseer Barakat
Daniel Seaman’s LinkedIn page says he now works in the Prime Minister’s Office. Read more about Could Israeli propaganda chief be promoted despite insulting Japan?
Caught in media spotlight over role in Israeli program that pays students to spread propaganda online, Israel’s social media chief Daniel Seaman has been suspended over his own crude Facebook posts. Read more about Head of Israel’s “covert” social media program suspended over anti-Japanese Facebook posts
Refusing to contribute to international law violations, a major Norwegian retail chain announced that it will stop sales of all Israeli settlement-owned Ahava products across the country. Read more about BDS victory: Ahava products dropped by major retail chain in Norway
Batsheva Dance Company, identified by the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs as “the best known global ambassador of Israeli culture,” has faced protests throughout its ongoing US tour. Read more about "Brand Israel" dance company's US tour dogged by protests
Former World Bank president and Middle East Quartet envoy James D. Wolfensohn is an investor in an Israeli company that is developing transport infrastructure for Jewish-only settlements built in the occupied West Bank in violation of international law, an investigation by The Electronic Intifada reveals. Read more about Quartet ex-envoy's investment helps Israel greenwash settlements