15 huge defeats that Israel inflicted on the Boycott Jews (BDS) Movement in 2020


Israel dominated the antisemitic BDS Movement in 2020 despite the world pandemic. Below is a list of some of the BDS Movements most profound defeats over the course of 2020.

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1) Israel, the UAE, and Bahrain, sign the Abraham Accords: Enabling all three countries to establish full diplomatic relations. Shortly after Abraham Accords were signed, Sudan and Morocco would also normalize ties with Israel.

2) Mike Pompeo labels BDS Anti-Semitic and visits Judea and Samaria:

3) Israel receives COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer: Israel is also responsible for invaluable innovation (here, here) in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, Israel will soon complete a COVID-19 vaccine of their own.

4) Israeli tech industry skyrocketing: Startups raise a record of $10 Billion. Multinationals (here, here, here) flock to Jewish state. Nikki Haley calls Israeli technology a “gift to the world”

5) Israeli athletes thrived in 2020: Deni Avdija was drafted by Washington Wizards. Israeli athletes medal (here, here, here, here, here, here)  in international competitions. And Israel’s cycling team competed in the Tour de France for the first time.

6) Israeli entertainment is generating massive interest: Viewers are loving Israeli television shows. Israel actress Gal Gadot is one of the most sought after actresses in Hollywood. Lesser known Israeli actors are having an impact in Hollywood as well.

7) Israel significantly improves relations with Saudi Arabia: Saudi Arabia would begin to allow Israeli planes to use their airspace en route to the UAE. In addition, Saudi Arabia removes anti-Semitic and anti-Zionist texts from it’s text books.

8) More U.S states boycott BDS with legislation: The governor’s of South Dakota, Missouri, and Oklahoma all signed anti-BDS legislation into law, barring any organizations who support the BDS Movement from doing business in their states.

9) Israel – India relations continue to take off: India continues to be Israel’s most important ally in Asia. Collaborating in numerous fields, (here, here, here,) throughout 2020. Look for Israel-India relations to continue to flourish in the coming years.

10) Israel-South Korea finalize FTA: For years Asia’s fourth largest economy was reluctant to trade with Israel, out of fear of angering the Gulf States. Those days are long gone. This trade agreement will grow Israel’s economy substantially, while bringing down the price of cars, electronics, and many other goods in Israel. Japan and Vietnam are expected to sign FTA’s with Israel in 2021.

S. Korean, Israeli presidents agree to seek early FTA deal


11) Israel and Colombia sign FTA. President Duque announces that he will open Jerusalem trade office: Israel’s ties to Latin America have reached unprecedented levels in the last few years. Countries such as Colombia, Brazil, Guatemala, Honduras, Ecuador and many others are embracing Israel like never before.

12) UK and Israel sign agreement on military cooperation: “Generals from both states say they will increase links in different areas as Britain eyes Israel’s digital fighting platform.” With the defeat of Jeremy Corbyn in Britain’s general election in 2019, military cooperation between Israel and the UK will continue to intensify in the years to come.

13) Israel, Greece and Cyprus agree to boost defense cooperation: The three Eastern Mediterranean countries are partners in brining natural gas to mainland Europe. Israel Defense Minister Benny Gantz said “it was agreed during talks in Nicosia, Cyprus, to “promote large-scale industry cooperation that will bolster our defense abilities and create thousands of jobs for all three economies.”

14) Chevron enters Israel energy market: After decades of being avoiding by America’s energy giants, the U.S energy conglomerate Chevron acquired Israel’s Noble Energy. This acquisition will enable “huge investment opportunities for high-tech and start-ups in the energy sector,” says Israel’s Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz.

15) Israel receives new battleship from Germany: The ship will bolster Israel’s growing navy, and protect Israel’s offshore natural gas fields. Three more such ships will arrive in Israel in 2021.


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