WJC News Update – Governors of all 50 US states sign anti-BDS statement

WJC News Update – Governors of all 50 US states sign anti-BDS statement 


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Small blog bds Governors of all 50 US states sign anti-BDS statement – I24 NewsThe governors reaffirmed their commitment to ‘the principle of two states for two peoples’.
Small blog andersa Danish foreign minister plans to grant $8 million to Pro-BDS Palestinian NGOs – Israel HayomPrime Minister Netanyahu meets Danish Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen on Wednesday, urges him to halt assistance.
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