Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Combating Delegitimization and BDS


Combating Delegitimization and BDS is a major multilingual public diplomacy program exposing those forces that are questioning Israel’s very legitimacy, while carrying out initiatives to strengthen Israel’s fundamental right to security and to reinforce the connection between the Jewish people and their historical homeland including Jerusalem. The program also provides resources for commentators and educates students to effectively communicate these messages to promote attitude change in targeted populations. Publications include:

The lengthy and continuing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians has evolved, over the years, through various phases or cycles of terror on the one hand, and attempts at peace-making on the other.

Global BDS activists exploited the 2014 Gaza conflict to reinvigorate their political and economic warfare campaign against Israel.

Changing Forms of Incitement to Terror and Violence: The Need for a New International Response, Amb. Alan Baker, ed. (2012), proposes a “Draft International Convention for the Prevention of Incitement to Terror.”
Incitement is the medium through which the ideology of terror materializes into the act of terror.

The modern blood libel “Al-Aksa is in danger,” referring to the Al-Aksa Mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, originated in the days of Grand Mufti Haj Amin al-Husseini, ally of Hitler, and is propagated today by Sheikh Raed Salah, Hamas, Hizbullah, Iran, and many others in the Muslim world. Now that it has come to be regarded as unalloyed truth by millions in the Muslim world, it is urgent to address this lie.

Israel’s Rights as a Nation-State in International Diplomacy
This book explains clearly why the Jewish people deserve a state of their own and refutes all the major claims against Israel’s rights.

Israel’s rights under international law have been the focus of a broad range of studies by legal experts. Over 100 of these articles are available online through the International Law Portal on our website, jcpa.org. Many of these studies are also available in ebook format in Israel’s Legal Case: A Guidebook (2011) and Israel’s Right of Self-Defense: International Law and Gaza (2011).

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