Why supporters of "two states" should not join the "smash Israel" boycotters
Workers' Liberty 3/12: Israel/Palestine - solidarity yes, boycott no
An open letter to Hilary and Steven Rose from John O’Mahony
These basic policies on Israel-Palestine — policies which allow a way forward through building working-class unity across the divides — were adopted by the Executive of the Communication Workers’ Union in 2002.
If not boycott, what? There is a wide range of positive activities by which we can make solidarity with the Palestinians without the drawbacks of boycott. In fact, the boycott demand often serves a diversion, directing people towards token or downright counterproductive activities instead of what they could do positively.
Israel-Palestine: Solidarity yes, boycott no