It was amazing to see how US Secretary of State John Kerry seemingly panicked when he was the target of an unyielding and sharp criticism of three right-wing Israeli cabinet ministers for his citing the growing effectiveness of the Palestinian-led Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions, known as the BDS Movement, against Israel for its failure or slow-paced negotiations of a fair peace deal with the Palestinians. His State Department spokeswoman, Jen Psaki, came to the rescue, underlining that “Secretary Kerry has a proud record of over three decades of steadfast support for Israel’s security and well-being, including staunch opposition to boycotts,” adding “he also expects all parties to accurately portray his record and statements” without consideration for any negative Palestinian reaction.
In citing the expanding success of the BDS Movement at the Munich Security Conference, the hardworking American secretary was obviously worried about the next step should the Palestinian-Israeli peace negotiations collapse before the April deadline.
Israel’s Intelligence Minister Yuval Steinitz was quoted by the Jerusalem Post, an Israeli daily, as telling reporters before an Israeli cabinet meeting that Kerry’s words were “offensive, unreasonable and unacceptable,” adding that “it is impossible to expect Israel to negotiate with a gun to its head”. "http://gulfnews.com/...gance-1.1286966
I expect that everyone here reading this, is also boycotting Israel. The Jews (jfjfp) are most definitely boycotting Israel.