Reverse laws against Boycott, Divest, Sanction (B​.​D​.​S) of Israel!

Reverse laws against Boycott, Divest, Sanction (B​.​D​.​S) of Israel!

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Reverse laws that punish citizens, religious institutions and corporations for exercising their first amendment right of free speech by boycotting, divesting and sanctioning (bds) Israel for human rights abuses against civilian Palestinians. The citizens of America have a right to boycott and right to free speech. Reverse any laws that punish U.S. persons for exercising this right!

Please enact legislation reversing any such existing laws and pass new laws outlawing these unconstitutional laws in the future on a federal level. No country should be above reprieve. No country should be beyond critique, especially when reputable human rights organizations and much of the international community agree about Israel's aggressive Illegal settlements. Israel should be pressured by the United States through sanctions for human rights abuses, the breaking of international laws and its institutionalized modern-day Apartheid but since U.S. officials (funded by Zionist lobby AIPAC tied to right wing Israeli political parties) refuse to do so, at least we the people should be allowed to vote with our wallets without Governmental consequences of losing financial support and contracts. Our government benefits (paid with our tax dollars) should not be conditional on whether or not we support a specific country, such as Israel. We the people should not be forced to sign documents stating that we support Israel and that we will not exercise our right to boycott Israel or any other country. No country should be immune and no country should get absolute unconditional support from the United States; especially when human rights are involved and the breaking of international laws. The people will not be silenced. Change the laws now!

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