The BDS movement's small-ball strategy seems to be failing


(JNS) — At one point, the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement against Israel appeared to adopt a small-ball strategy: enough singles, even soft ones, in the court system would knock the pitcher out of the game. No need to swing for the fences.

That strategy, however, which seeks to win narrow injunctions that result in U.S. state legislatures tweaking relevant laws, appears to be a doomed game plan, as evidenced by recent court decisions.

The latest swing and miss came earlier this month when a federal appeals court rejected a challenge to a Texas law that blocks public funds from going...

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