The Boycott, Divestment, & Sanctions movement against Israel is picking up steam due to the war in Gaza. First, the British telecommunications company FreedomCall "severed all ties" with the Israeli company MobileMax. YNet reported, "The email from FreedomCall said, 'As a
result of the Israeli government action in the last few days we will no
longer be in a position to consider doing business with yourself or any
other Israeli company.'"
Then, Naomi Klein let loose in the Nation:
Every day that Israel pounds Gaza brings more converts to the BDS cause, and talk of cease-fires is doing little to slow the momentum. Support is even emerging among Israeli Jews. In the midst of the assault roughly 500 Israelis, dozens of them well-known artists and scholars, sent a letter to foreign ambassadors stationed in Israel. It calls for "the adoption of immediate restrictive measures and sanctions" and draws a clear parallel with the antiapartheid struggle. "The boycott on South Africa was effective, but Israel is handled with kid gloves.... This international backing must stop."
Now, Israeli fruit growers are saying their crops are rotting on the docks resulting in "massive losses." From the YNET article "Farmers claim UK, Jordan boycotting Israeli fruit":