While Israeli President Reuven Rivlin recently declared that there is ‘nothing progressive about anti-Semitism,’ hatred for the Jewish people is a phenomenon rearing its ugly head once again throughout Europe.
By Aryeh Savir, TPS Pro-Israel Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has won the elections in a landslide, while anti-Israel elements have essentially been wiped off the political map. According to the latest polls, Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won well over 300 seats, taking the majority in the parliament. The opposition, led by the Congress… Read more »
Unlike other institutions in the University of California system, UC Santa Barbara voted a resounding ‘no’ on a measure to blacklist companies doing business in Israel from investment by the institution.
In addition to recognizing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s efforts, Rivlin also noted the Canadian parliament’s decision to freeze relations with Iran and declare its Revolutionary Guards a terrorist organization.
An Israeli-Arab staunch supporter of the Jewish state told a crowd in Jerusalem recently that the anti-Israel boycott movement bears some responsibility for the spike in anti-Semitism across the globe.
‘The [BDS] dogs bark, but [Israel’s] melody continues,’ remarked Israel’s Consul General in New York after pro-boycott group tried to disrupt a Carnegie Hall performance by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.