Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Should Israel issue visas for people to advocate for the destruction of the country?

...Countries throughout the world issue visas to visit, to work, and other similar activities. There is no country in the world that issues a visa for people to advocate for the destruction of the host country, nor is there any county in the the world that would be expected to let such a person stay after violating the terms of their visa. Quite simply: Israel should be held to the same standards as every other country on Earth.

Daniel Pomerantz..
Honest Reporting..
30 August '16..

Earlier this month, Israel announced a new policy: to deport BDS activists currently in, or attempting to enter, the country.

BDS means “Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions,” and bills itself as a human rights movement with the goal of isolating Israel in the international community. BDS activists strongly criticized the new Israeli policy as “anti-democratic,” “irrational,” and “heightened repression.”

But is any of that true?

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