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by Salih Booker and FCNL's Diana Ohlbaum

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Whether Ben & Jerry’s truly stands behind its progressive values is yet to be seen, but if they remain steadfast in their values and do not allow for the false claims of antisemitism to pressure them into reversing their decision, then they are advancing not only the BDS movement but the cold, sweet truth: That critiquing Israel is not an act of antisemitism but an act of justice and protection of human rights. It symbolically places activism for Palestinian rights right where it belongs, among the suite of causes a progressive company like Ben & Jerry’s should champion. And, importantly, it represents yet another crack in Israel’s apartheid wall.

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