About a boycott

Silow-Carroll, Andrew
August 2010
New Jersey Jewish News;8/12/2010, Vol. 64 Issue 32, p10
In this article the author presents his views on boycott actions involving Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The author remarks that boycott may get a lot of attention but may also cause sufferings and prolong the misery on both Israeli and Palestinians. He also emphasizes that boycotters may assume their action is for peace but it will only undermine the internal dynamic that is needed to bring peace.


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