Deal with Boycott arguments – listen to Michelle

August 20, 2010 by J-Wire
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By popular demand, Michelle Rojas-Tal will be speaking in Melbourne at a very special function next week…

Michelle Rojas-Tal

A women’s forum and morning tea will give you insight and tools, to be active against the boycott movement on Israeli products.
The BDS (Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions) movement against Israel has recently begun gaining dangerous traction in Melbourne, even gaining support within our own community.
Don’t miss Michelle and this issue at a critical time for Israel…Places are limited so make sure and book with the ZCV office, details below.

See “”Have You Heard?” for details

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3 Responses to “Deal with Boycott arguments – listen to Michelle”
  1. Elly says:

    Aaron, do you know about the founders of BDS??
    Pls watch this YouTube clip for more info and you’ll see their true intentions http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnpilMYsR0I&feature=player_embedded

  2. Aaron says:

    Any honest speaker on the subject of the BDS Movement will tell you it is fuelled (on the whole, there are exceptions) by the same distaste that drove the movement(s) to liberate South African blacks in the decades leading to the end of apartheid in 1994. It’s quite frankly irresponsible to just stick your head in the sand (as many supporters of Israel do, both jewish and christian) and pretend BDS is driven by antisemitism. It is not. When other jewish organisations line up behind BDS – and they are in Australia and especially the US, to continue to believe all is well in Israel is actually dangerous – for Israel. Good friends look out for you, and offer advice if they see you are [spiritually] lost, and Israel certainly is lost.

  3. Rita Liddle says:

    It all seems to happen in Melbourne. Why is there so little happening in Sydney regarding the misrepresentation of Israel and the Jewish people?

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