What was once on the fringes is now gaining serious momentum:
British union leaders were locked in talks last night over whether to recommend to their delegates a boycott of all consumer goods produced in Israel.
Members of the TUC have condemned Israel’s military strikes on Gaza in January, which left 1,450 Palestinians dead and about 5,000 injured, and are due to vote on a motion today.
It would mark the first time that the trade union movement has boycotted goods since the apartheid regime in South Africa.
Meanwhile, Zionist groups and Israel prefer to spend their time defending the glorious Gaza war.