The movement to boycott, divest and sanction (BDS) Israel is gaining traction on college campuses—but critics say the movement is anti-Semitic and unfairly maligns Israelis. Critics point to the movement's founders, who deny Israel's right to exist and want to see the destruction of the state of Israel. Proponents of BDS say it's a grassroots movement and organizers cannot control who participates. The organization says it has legitimate critiques against Israel and does not condone anti-Semitism. What do you think?
Is the BDS movement inherently anti-Semitic?
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