Interfaith Scouts meeting boycotts French Jews

Belying the impression that BDS only targets Israelis, not Jews, two French-Jewish scouts were excluded from a recent international meeting in Tunisia, ironically intended to further ‘interfaith dialogue’. The Times of Israel reports:

Jewish French community leaders have complained after organizers
of an interfaith meeting in Tunisia for members of the Scouts movement
rescinded an invitation to French Jewish delegates following pressure by
promoters of boycotts against Israel.

The two delegates of the International Forum of Jewish Scouts
were excluded from the meeting held last week in the resort town of
Hammamet for members of the youth movement from around the world. Titled
“Interfaith Dialogue Ambassadors,” the event brought together 150
participants from 24 countries.

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