This is what an anti-Israel boycott looks like in a French supermarket:
Pretty scary, I’m sure you’ll agree, and full of historical resonance for Jews.
Now here’s a video of similar activites at a British supermarket:
There are other results. Activists in Britain have targeted the supermarket chain Tesco to stop the sales of Israeli goods produced in settlements. In a video of one such action — over 38,000 YouTube views to date — Welsh activists load up a trolley with settlement products and push it out of the shop without paying. All the while, they calmly explain to the camera just what they are doing and why. They talk away as they pour red paint over the produce, and as British Bobbies quietly lead them away to a police van. The result of such consumer boycotts? A fifth of Israeli producers have reported a drop in demand since the assault on Gaza, particularly in Britain and Scandinavia.
Now, if there’s a conflict on the world, why not do your best to improve the situation rather than stir up hatred?
So why does Stephen Sizer promote such a worthy cause in Uganda, whilst he calls for a boycott on Israel?
You may have noticed Rev Sizer has not himself called for a boycott on Uganda.
Nor has he said anything about Hamas’ child soldiers:
Why does Rev Sizer have one policy of peace and justice for Uganda and another for Israel?
If not antisemitism, then what is the reason?
Can anyone explain?