US House approves motion opposing anti-Israel boycotts
A House of Representatives majority of 398 to 17 with five abstentions Tuesday approved a resolution opposing the anti-Israeli Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement sponsored by Rep. Bradley Schneider (D-IL). The motion included opposition to “efforts to target American companies that are engaged in commercial activities that are legal under United States law, and all efforts to delegitimize the State of Israel.”
It also affirms that the BDS movement “undermines the possibility for a negotiated solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by demanding concessions of one party alone and encouraging the Palestinians to reject negotiations in favor of international pressure.”
The resolution “urges Israelis and Palestinians to return to direct negotiations as the only way to achieve an end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.”
7 thoughts on “US House approves motion opposing anti-Israel boycotts”
BDS is an unfair and discriminatory idea based on a moral double standard which is essentially anti-Semitic.
Apart from this, the juice must be allowed to develop separately in an militant separatism predicated on the principles of ethnic chauvinism.
It is not Anti-Semitism it should be call the Jewish human filth problem. The ugliness of A Religious Racist .
1/ out of three Amercains look at the Jews as disgushing racist.
@ Fred S morrison
1/ out of three Americains have the brains of a wild boar. So what? What do want to say with your imbecilic post?
Who are the 17 that voted against the resolution?
Omar, talib & AOC voted against the resolution
thats nice now tell the EU and every NATO ally the US will stop funding there beloved nato and fall in line with the us sanctions on iran the main funder of terror