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Israel viewed as ‘pariah state’?

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Published: 9 August 2016

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Israel seen as a ‘pariah state,’ says top strategy official – Stuart Winer – The Times of Israel 07.08.16
Strategic Affairs Ministry head says BDS pushed on defensive, hopeful that existence of the Jewish state won’t be questioned by 2025. ‘Whoever accepts our existence here, including the biggest critics, is a partner. Whoever doesn’t is an opponent. If there is an organisation that says we need to give back all of the [Palestinian] territories, but recognises Israel’s existence as a nation-state — to me, that is a partner.’

And see:

Israel admits it needs progressives in fight against BDS June 21, 2016

Netanyahu says no partner for peace, BDS defeated
August 2, 2016

Why ‘anti’ BDS advocacy is ineffective – some reminders
June 5, 2016

Israelis losing faith in government’s foreign policy
November 7, 2015

Secret ingredient of the right’s indignation: occupation-denial
May 26, 2015

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