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Battling the Boycott! – Part II 
Recent months have witnessed a mounting new wave of calls to boycott Israel. Foreign banks are being pressured to shun Israeli companies. Academics and musical artists are badgered to stay away. It’s also the time of year again for all those Israel Apartheid Weeks on college campuses. And sadly, there are even Christian leaders and entire churches joining this growing movement to sanction and divest from Israel. Now those pushing these efforts to boycott and de-legitimize Israel never seem to let up. And the sense that they are gaining momentum is being felt here in Israel as well as by Jewish communities abroad. In fact, when the leaders of 50 major American Jewish organizations arrived in Jerusalem last week for the Conference of Presidents’ annual gathering in Israel, the boycott campaign was a central topic of discussion. So what is really behind all the renewed calls to boycott Israel? Is it just plain old Jew hatred, only now directed against Israel? How are these efforts different from past attempts to boycott Jews? What can Israel and its allies be doing to expose the racism and lies of the boycott promoters? And will they ever prevail in their bid to isolate the Jewish state and eventually make it disappear? Battling the Boycott – Part Two! That’s our focus this week here on Front Page Jerusalem! We’ll continue our coverage from last week on the growing efforts to boycott Israel. Our main report will feature comments and analysis on the campaign to de-legitimize Israel delivered at the annual gathering in Jerusalem of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. This umbrella of the 50 most prominent Jewish groups in the USA heard some hard-hitting remarks on the boycott from the likes of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Conference of Presidents’ vice chairman Malcolm HoenleinMK Isaac Herzog, and Israeli legal expert Dr. Tal Becker.

Airing the weekend of March 1, 2014

Available on WWW.FRONTPAGEJERUSALEM.COM on Monday, March 3, 2014

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On today’s program we’re continuing our look from last week at the growing movement to boycott Israel. This was a major topic of concern ata gathering in Jerusalem last week of the 50 most prominent American Jewish organizations. Front Page senior producer David Parsons has compiled a report from some of the remarks at that conference by top Israeli and American Jewish leaders. We’ll be hearing about the boycott from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Opposition leader Isaac Herzog,Conference of Presidents’ vice chairman Malcolm Hoenlein, and Israeli legal expertDr. Tal Becker.
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In today’s Word From Zion, we continue our recent focus on the biblical subject of Restoration, and particularly as it relates to Israel. Front Page senior producer David Parsons, an ordained minister with the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem, continues his teaching series on the Restoration of Israel which sets out how it a sure promise of Scripture.

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Airing the weekend of March 8, 2014

Available on WWW.FRONTPAGEJERUSALEM.COM on Monday, March 10, 2014

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