It is something Boycott has always denied.
It is wrong to boycott and slander Israel.
The term boycott may also signify a refusal to participate in given proceedings.
And, in the nineties, Nike faced a boycott over its reliance on sweatshop labor.
Verizon, Patagonia, The North Face, and REI have joined the boycott.
Rand Paul of Kentucky went on to call for a Coca-Cola boycott on April 6.
Some Aborigines asked her to boycott the Games in order to protest racism in Australia.
It is actually Stop Funding Hate, another campaign group, which is organising the boycott.
The National Assembly’s attempt to select a new president was suspended in deadlock by a boycott.
Boycott Israeli chipmakers and you boycott companies setting up research offices in Palestine.
The message, these people said, was simple: “Don’t boycott us unless you’re willing to boycott everyone.”
The programme contained an item about Caffe Nero implementing a boycott of milk produced in areas where a badger cull had taken place.
While we all may have differing opinions on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the best path to peace, we all agree that a cultural boycott is not the answer."
Last month, the groups organized a massive Facebook ad boycott — which more than 500 companies have joined — in response to its inaction on controversial posts by President Donald Trump.
The term boycott was coined after Irish tenants followed Parnell’s suggested code of conduct and effectively ostracized a British estate manager, Charles Cunningham Boycott.
The new measure represents a diplomatic blow for Israel as well as a victory for the BDS (Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions) movement, which calls for a boycott of all Israeli produce.
Paul Stephenson, Roy Hackett and Guy Bailey were the brains behind the boycott and Paul drew inspiration from the bus boycott in the US, started when Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat for a white passenger when the bus was at capacity, for what they did in Bristol.
U.S. law distinguishes between primary and secondary labour boycotts: a primary boycott is the refusal of employees to purchase the goods or services of their employers, and a secondary boycott involves an attempt to induce third parties to refuse to patronize the employer.
After meeting Mr Netanyahu in Jerusalem on Thursday morning, he announced that the state department would declare as anti-Semitic the global Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, which campaigns for a complete boycott of Israel over its policies towards the Palestinians.
In an instance of a boycott called by an international organization, the United Nations in 1965 asked all member states to break off economic relations with Rhodesia, which had illegally declared its independence from Great Britain earlier that year; the boycott remained in effect until 1979.
- a group's refusal to have commercial dealings with some organization in protest against its policies
- refuse to sponsor; refuse to do business with
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