The Boycott, Divestment and Sanction (BDS) movement, as our readers know, is a vile combination of leftists and Islamists joined together by hatred of Israel who hide behind false and exaggerated claims regarding the “occupation,” when the real goal is the destruction of Israel.
The BDS movement, which includes many academics, singles out Israel and only Israel, ignoring far worse human rights conditions in countries that are not under threat of suicide-bombings and destruction.
It is no surprise that the BDS movement, while claiming to be non-violent, often is the impetus for violence against Jews, particularly in Europe. The excessive and unique demonization of Israel is inextricably linked to the rise of anti-Semitism in Europe.
A Jewish rapper has created a rap song titled “Boycott Israel” that very persuasively exposes the hypocrisy of the BDS movement:
The Times of Israel explains the background:
A political science BA from the University of Oregon, the 27-year-old ba’al tshuva reggae rapper is probably the only musician around capable of undertaking the long hours of research involved in making the extremely informative, catchy six-minute song.
“Boycott Israel,” sponsored by the pro-Israel campus advocacy group Here Is Israel (with the motto “get HII for Israel”), is a fascinating, rhythmically rhymed exposure of the double standards involved in the global BDS (Boycott, Divest, Sanction) efforts against Israel.
The fledgling organization, actively running since July, is trying to create content to appeal to US college students, says Lesser from his Cleveland home.
“The campus can be a rough place for Jews and Israel, I’ve experienced that first hand. There’s definitely some intense stuff out there.”