Arab League boycott sounds just like BDS’ fondest dream

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Israelis or friends of Israel barred from host of Arab countries. Can you identify Israel with a magnifier?

BDS supporters often call for a boycott of not just goods and folks from the West Bank, but from all of Israel. The following seems to agree with them:

…Arab League Council declared a formal boycott: “Jewish products and manufactured [goods] in Palestine shall be [considered] undesirable in the Arab countries; to permit them to enter the Arab countries would lead to the realization of the Zionist political objectives. … every State of the League should … take measures which they consider fit and which will be in conformity with the principles of administration and legislation therein, such as making use of import balances in this respect in order to prevent these products and manufactured [goods] from entering [these] countries regardless of whether they have come from Palestine or by any other route.” – Wikipedia

While that might sound like objections to so-called occupation of West Bank and Gaza, it is not a document from 2015 or 2005 or 1995 or 1985 or 1975 or 1965 or 1955.

This agreement by members of the Arab League was signed by member countries on December 2, 1945. It is still in effect today in many Arab countries as a three-part effort to destroy Israel:

  • Primary Boycott – Products and services that originate in Israel.
  • Secondary Boycott – Businesses in non-Arab countries that do business with Israel.
  • Tertiary Boycott – Businesses shipped or flown to Israeli ports.

Our so-called Israel influence groups, funded by antisemites in Europe and Washington D.C., should publicize the Arab League origins of BDS, the reasons that Arabs wanted to destroy Israel before it was created, and 22 years before the 1967 war vaunted as reason for BDS. Such truth of Arab unity to Boycott and Destroy would expose their insane narrative that West Bank and Gaza residents are victims of evil Jews.

The human boycott also cuts harshly. How can anyone with even half a brain not think this is profiling and hateful, designed only to destroy a nation they have despised both before and after its creation.

As proof of the true agenda of the Arab League and its sycophants, this is the current list of places that don’t want you if you are an Israeli or – even ever been to Israel or suspected of supporting Israel:

Country Israeli passport Israeli Passport stamps or Israel connection
 Algeria Admission refused N/A
 Bangladesh Admission refused N/A
 Brunei Admission refused N/A
 Djibouti Admission refused N/A
 Iran Admission refused Admission refused
 Iraq Admission refused Admission refused
 Kuwait Admission refused Admission occasionally refused
 Lebanon Admission refused Admission refused
 Libya Admission refused Admission refused
 Malaysia No admission w/o approval N/A
 Oman Admission refused Admission occasionally refused
 Pakistan Admission refused N/A
 Qatar N/A Admission occasionally refused
 Saudi Arabia Admission refused Admission refused
 Sudan Admission refused Admission refused
 Syria Admission refused Admission refused
 Tunisia Admission granted N/A
 U. A. E. Admission refused N/A
 Yemen Admission refused Admission refused

6 responses

  1. Linda Donaldson | Reply

    Millenials particularly haven’t a clue about the history of the real agenda of Arabs. That’s what makes the campus movements so sad. These kids are just perpetuating the old libels, and have become tools of these old hateful regimes. Unlike the non-Jewish folks during WWII living downwind from Auschwitz…turning a blind eye and feigning surprise at war’s end, these kids are so far away from the reality of the hatred, they don’t realize their “news” sources are tainted.

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