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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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Elbaum praised the 136 AAA members who voted against the boycott resolution, and noted the introduction of a second motion that, while critical of Israeli policies, opposed BDS (boycott, discrimination and sanctions) against Israel.
Only boycotts aimed against institutions or people connected with the State of Israel or -- here come the three fateful Hebrew words: "A territory ruled by Israel.
These countries are known to participate in boycotts of Israel.
The story of his voting created an uproar and angered the majority of reformists who advocated a boycott.
Boycotts are unlawful if they are directed against the State of Israel -- not, for example, by the State of Israel against some other state.
Beck President-Emeritus, SPME Co-Editor, SPME Faculty Forum Chair, SPME Task Force on Boycotts Divestments and Sanctions
Even though the boycott is a constitutional instrument, it is not well-accepted by the constitutional experts.
On the other hand, I understand where the Palestinian Authority's economic boycott of the settlements is coming from.
It started in January 1910, when some Jewish immigrant housewives in New York began to boycott kosher butcher shops.
Boycotts have long been used to express social and political dissatisfaction and take many forms, from the boycotting of social services to the boycotting of products and brands.
Whether organised by interest groups or undertaken by individuals acting under their own volition, boycotts are on the increase.
Q: Do you believe organized boycotts can change the pro-gay or antigay policies of large corporations?
In assessment of boycotts in the past we have found that lecturers are just withholding the marks and when the disputes have ended the marks have suddenly appeared.
But others say the boycott, like earlier rallies, will spotlight the clout of immigrants and resonate much like the bus boycotts in Montgomery, Ala.
Boycotts have been used frequently to press home the case of injustice.