What good may a boycott bring? It can expose human rights violations otherwise ignored. Many members of academia are joining together, bringing attention to a little-known school via a boycott. This past Monday (14 March 2016) a thousand protesting professors announced their stand on Ariel University
In all fairness though I am providing an opposing viewpoint for your convenience, Anne’s Opinions: a WordPress site that explains every Israeli human rights abuse as somehow explicable. See if Anne adopts a certain insular perspective.
Does Anne know that her society lives and thrives on Palestinian soil? Is Ariel a university of Israel? Or is it another foothold in Occupied Palestine? Does it benefit Palestine or does it serve the 500,000 settlers on occupied land?
Anne’s blog post on the Ariel action: Let’s see you boycott this, idiots.
Just for the record, Ariel University is not in Israel.
Here is a different perspective on Ariel:
At Ariel University, only Zionists need apply
The list of reasons for this BDS action: Israeli Academics for Peace.