And an appeal to basic principles of freedom explains why.In his novel 1984, George Orwell gave us the memorable term "thoughtcrime" to describe thoughts which the state punishes to protect itself from criticism. The Strategic Affairs Ministry's recent decision to bar the members of numerous BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) groups from traveling to Israel is punishing them for the "thoughtcrime" of trying to voluntarily persuade people to boycott Israeli goods. BDS members taking this position are violating no one's rights, but the Israeli travel bans, by contrast, do violate people's rights, ironically making the Israeli government guilty of the very illiberality that the BDS movement has long
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