It's so ironic it's delicious.
The Students for Justice in Palestine at the University of Denver set up a new website to promote its cause... using free Israeli website builder Wix.
According to The Times of Israel, the group took to Facebook to try to defend their actions by linking to a longer statement by the group’s branch at Cornell University in New York State. That branch was slammed for the same reason.
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“Let us be clear: BDS is not abstention, nor an absolute moral principle. It is not isolation or withdrawal, and it does not entail a rejection of everything Israeli. It is not anti-Semitic, and it has nothing to do with the merits of Israeli technology. BDS is not the attempt of beautiful souls to avoid contamination with oppression and keep their own hands clean: it is a tactic within a larger strategy, and it is beginning to work,” they wrote.
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“Those who call us hypocritical for not adhering to a rigid logic of separation simplistically insinuate that if one believes in boycotting Israel one must do it absolutely and deprive oneself of all the innovative benefits of the ‘Start-up Nation’; since one is opposed to Israel, one must not be in contact with anything Israeli,” the statement added.
Really it sounds like they are too lazy to make a new website.
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