Israel Beating Back the Terrorists Running the Anti-Israel Boycott Movement

by Avi Abelow

Make no mistake about it, the boycott, divest, sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel is the latest tactic for the terrorists to destroy Israel.

Prepare to be surprised as you hear this “retired” terrorist reveal the biggest threat to this latest attempt to destroy Israel.

Salah Kjawaja, a senior member of the BDS National Council and a “retired” terrorist, confesses that the “Terrorist in Suits” report,  issued by the Israel Ministry of Strategic Affairs, is the most dangerous threat to the BDS international movement. 

The Report

The Israel Ministry of Strategic Affairs and Public Diplomacy (MSA) released its “Terrorists in Suits” report, revealing over 100 links shared between the internationally-designated terrorist organizations, Hamas, and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) – with at least 13 anti-Israel BDS promoting NGOs.

The report reveals how Hamas and the PFLP are utilizing a network of NGOs promoting boycotts against Israel as an additional tactic in their ultimate goal of dismantling the State of Israel. These organizations have successfully placed over 30 of their members, 20 of which have served time – including for murder – in senior positions within BDS-promoting NGOs. The report documents how boycott organizations and terrorist-designated organizations raise finances together and share the same personnel. Additionally, it showcases that contrary to popular belief, these officials have not abandoned their support for terrorism. But instead, they continue to maintain organizational, financial, and active ties with terrorist groups.

The Israel-boycott organizations in question were also shown to have received millions of euros in funding from European countries and philanthropic foundations, while gaining access to additional funds through financial, crowdfunding and banking systems.

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