Yet more Canadian students join the boycott Israel movement

While Israel’s apologists withdraw into a parallel universe of make belief, the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) train is gathering pace.

Just days after Zionist fantacist Michael Rosenberg declared that the “BDS movement is irrelevant”, students at Toronto’s Ryerson University voted at their annual meeting on 2 April to join the ever growing boycott Israel movement.

As even the ultra-right-wing Israeli news website Arutz Sheva 7 admits,

The vote caps a chain of anti-Israel decisions among Canadian institutions of higher education.

Just two weeks ago, Toronto’s York University student union voted to join the BDS movement. It was preceded by Windsor University in Ontario in early March. In mid-March, students at the University of Ottawa launched a campaign to have Sabra hummus banned from campus because of its alleged connection with “Israel apartheid.”

Similar votes for a general boycott on Israel have recently been passed in other universities, such as the University of Toronto’s Scarborough and Mississauga campuses, Regina University, Carlton University and others.

So, it’s best if Rosenberg and other Zionist sclerotics took time off for a reality check.

Slowly but surely, the truth is beginning to take its toll on the world’s only surviving apartheid state.

Those who can’t come to terms with this reality had better find another hobby horse – or a good psychiatrist.

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