Right, fcuk 'em...except that as long as they think plan B is gaining ground, they'll maintain unreasonable positions when it comes to actual negotiation between the parties. Not to mention the language used in their BDS mission statement painting an inaccurate and one-sided picture of the situation.<quoted text>
This is how I see it. Fcuk em. I lifted it from another article. Too lazy to post the link. Reminds me of a car on the railroad tracks. "Robust economy". That will not change, in spite of the teeth gnashing.
>"The BDS successes have been largely symbolic, and their impact on Israel's robust economy has so far been negligible.
Israeli government officials have either dismissed the BDS campaign as ineffective or portrayed it as an attempt with strong anti-Semitic overtones to delegitimize the Jewish state.
Ron Dermer, the Israeli ambassador to the U.S., denounced the boycott decision of the U.S. scholars as a "travesty," saying this week that "singling out of the Jewish state for boycott is no different than the many attempts throughout history to single out Jews and hold them to a different standard."<
There may still be methods to illustrate the error of their ways.