Israel Blacklists BDS Groups Aligned With Spokane Activists

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The Israeli government has published the anti-BDS (anti-Israel Boycott, Divest & Sanctions) blacklist developed by the Strategic Affairs Ministry.

Those who are members of the 20 organizations on the blacklist will be unable to gain entry to the Jewish State, beginning in March.

The ones in North America are:

American Friends Service Committee AFSC
American Muslims for Palestine
Code Pink
Jewish Voice for Peace
National Students for Justice in Palestine (umbrella for SJP)
US Campaign for Palestinian Rights

Read the entire article at JewishPress.Com

PJALS Anti Israel Protest 2014 Downtown Spokane SPI photo

The leading anti Israel pro BDS organization for Spokane is the Peace Justice Action League of Spokane, PJALS. They collaborate on anti Israel narratives with the Spokane Veterans for Peace. They have also partnered with CAIR at some of their yearly conferences at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Spokane.

Below is a townhall conversation with Senator Maria Cantwell and one of the PJALS volunteers responsible for the Boycott Israel sign on I-90.

PJALS has worked with the AFSC according to an article by Spokane Favs. Code Pink is listed as an event  co-organizer with PJALS on FigTree.Org. PJALS is listed as a member on the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights website. That’s 3 of the 6 listed at the top of the page. These are the ones easily found as there have been myriads of references supporting BDS activists and kindred organizations on their website and Facebook pages through the years. Do you get it?

Beheadings and Women’s rights in the Middle East mean nothing to these activists in their obsession to defame Israel. Some of them just might not get to go to Israel anymore. Such a loss!

The Members of Israel’s BDS Blacklist Times of Israel.Com

The Israeli government has prepared a list of 20 organizations that lead BDS (boycott, divestment, and sanctions) campaigns, such that officials of these groups will not be allowed to enter Israel. Continued