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Synonyms for boycott



Synonyms for boycott

to exclude from normal social or professional activities

Antonyms for boycott

a group's refusal to have commercial dealings with some organization in protest against its policies

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Israel Hayom quoted legal officials yesterday describing the blacklist as "a database of the boycotting organisations, which can be prosecuted under the new law.
In addition, one should also consider that the consumer's attitude towards boycotting is different from his intention to boycott.
Noninstrumental boycott motivations can also be exhibited in consumers' desire to punish the target company by boycotting its products/services or by hoping for its demise (Abosag and Farah 2014; Braunberger and Buckler 2011).
It is a subset of the wider campaign for "BDS" or "boycott, divestment and sanctions"--that is, in favor of boycotting Israeli institutions, divesting from Israeli companies, and sanctioning the state until it ceases the Occupation, accepts its obligations to the Palestinian people, and acknowledges its responsibilities vis-a-vis the refugees of 1948 and 1967.
So what will happen if the general public believes that boycotting Israel is the duty of every good citizen, but Jews then refuse to boycott Israel?
According to one analyst, the "nature and detail of these rules reflect the boycotting countries' tolerance for only the most minimal contacts with Israel.
With every major church boycotting some Israeli goods and every trade union adopting BDS or every famous musician, scientist or writer joining the boycott against Israel, its brand becomes tarnished and it becomes more of a world pariah, just as South Africa was during apartheid.
taxpayers reported operations in countries on the list of known boycotting countries maintained by the U.
I hope Mr Mohammed will not mind delaying boycotting US and Chinese products, though, for two reasons.
Former President Mohammad Khatami has made clear that he thinks the reformist practice of boycotting elections is self-defeating and he doesn't want to see that repeated in the presidential elections next spring.
Boycotting a tea company may be a storm in a teacup, but the St Paul's protest is about a massive problem on a global scale, and needs to be kept on the agenda.
If he wants to open a fight, we welcome the opportunity C* as we will have a bigger platform to explain why we are boycotting Israel," she said.
The initiators want to silence our call for boycotting the settlements, which is gathering momentum throughout the world.
The president reiterated that boycotting settlement goods is entirely different from boycotting Israel, and should not be considered incitement.
Ethnic Albanian first-graders started boycotting the Macedonian-language classes with the start of the second term of the school year in all Albanian-dominated municipalities on Wednesday.