Netanyahu hits out at British national student unionThe Telegraph.
The prime minister accused the National Union of Students of the UK of being "hostile to the truth" following a vote by its executive council to affiliate itself with the ‘Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions’, or BDS, campaign. The vote on 2 June – proposed by London's School of Oriental and African Studies students' union – came amid rising concern in Israel that pro-boycott movements are gathering momentum under the influence of a so-called "diplomatic tsunami" inspired by Mahmoud Abbas, leader of the Palestinian Authority, in his drive for statehood.
Netanyahu, who warned that Israel was facing a "campaign of delegitimisation" meant to "blacken" its name, condemned the students before meeting Robert Nicholson, Canada's foreign affairs minister, in Jerusalem.
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