Israel challenges the argument that it is in violation of 'international law'

Washington Post:
International organizations that advocate boycotting Israel will now be denied entry

Israel views the “boycott, divest and sanctions” campaign — aimed at pressuring for its compliance with international law vis-à-vis its policies toward Palestinians — as a threat and has ramped up the fight against what it calls delegitimization efforts.
I see the effort by the anti-Israel leftists as a bad faith attempt to avoid recognition of a legitimate government with a legitimate claim to land it won in defensive wars with people trying to destroy it.  There is no magic to the so-called 1967 borders.  The Palestinians did not recognize those border either.  What they are doing with this movement is trying to win a public relations battle on a war they keep losing on the ground.

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