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Do the facts, rules and logic matter some days?

Of course, the answer is no. The don’t matter to some and sense they aren’t governed well themselves, they suggest things that no basis in reality.

“There are striking contrasts between how Israel boycotts are treated by rules and results-based institutions, like legislatures, courts, and pension fund managers, and institutions ruled by emotion that have no oversight, like academic organizations, student governments, the European Commission, or the NGO sector. By exempting themselves from rules, and in some cases from the political process as a whole, the latter are often uniquely in synch with Israel boycotters, and the pro-Palestinian movement, which put the Palestinian cause above examination and exempt it from criticism.” Source: Healthy Institutions Don’t Boycott Israel

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