Major League Baseball agrees to Jewish advocacy groups’ concerns, ends all associations on its platforms with Pink Floyd frontman over his support of the anti-Israel boycott, divestment, sanctions movement.
By Associated Press, Israel Hayom Staff
Major League Baseball will not schedule any more advertising on its platforms promoting music artist Roger Waters.
The leadership of the Jewish advocacy organization B’nai B’rith International sent a letter to baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred last month criticizing the sport’s involvement in ticket sales for Waters’ “This is Not a Drill” tour. MLB.com was among the organizations sponsoring ticket pre-sales.
Pig balloon with Star of David from Roger Waters concert 370 – YouTube Screenshot
B’nai B’rith President Charles O. Continue Reading »
Fans of antisemite Roger Waters urged the British rock legend to cool down, and take a joke after he launched into an angry, vulgar rant on social media when the Israeli government succeeded in pulling off an April Fool’s joke on him.
By Israel Today Staff
From Germany to the UK to France to America, it is now common to hear top world leaders equate hatred for Israel with antisemitism. And, if that’s the case, then there are few bigger antisemites in the world than former-Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters.
For years, Waters has strongly advocated a total boycott of the Jewish state, and has urged and even demanded that other artists follow his lead in championing the “Palestinian cause.” Continue Reading »
Letter including signatures of Roger Waters and Ken Loach, calls to boycott the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest, scheduled to be held in Israel, ‘until Palestinians can enjoy freedom, justice and equal rights.’
By Ami Friedman
Over 100 artists from around the world are calling for a boycott of the Eurovision Song Contest, due to be held in Israel on 2019. In a letter published by the Guardian on Friday dozens of musicians, actors, filmmakers and directors said they support Palestinian artists’ boycott of the contest since Israel “violates Palestinian human rights.”
“Until Palestinians can enjoy freedom, justice and equal rights, there should be no business-as-usual with the state that is denying them their basic rights,” the letter reads. Continue Reading »
Celebrated journalist, filmmaker Ian Halperin’s latest documentary unabashedly exposes Pink Floyd frontman and rabid BDS supporter as a contemporary antisemite.
– WATCH film’s official trailer.
BY AMY SPIRO
Ian Halperin’s past films have focused on Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, Kurt Cobain and even Brad and Angelina.
But the Canadian celebrity journalist’s latest movie puts the lens on a topic that transcends Hollywood: contemporary antisemitism. The film, Wish You Weren’t Here, premiering next week in Canada, focuses mostly on musician Roger Waters, who has become one of the most vocal and visible supporters of the boycott Israel movement. Pink Floyd’s ninth studio album, from 1975, was titled Wish You Were Here. Continue Reading »
Pink Floyd founding member Roger Waters, vocal activist for the BDS and Israel’s demise, is now the subject of a documentary film being made by an award-winning filmmaker and New York Times bestselling author.
Pink Floyd founding member and former bassist Roger Waters has spent the last decade disparaging the Jewish state. Labeled an anti-Semite by the Anti-Defamation League, Waters compares Jews to Nazi collaborators and claims Israel is a “racist apartheid regime” that practices “ethnic cleansing.”
BDS on American Campuses – CAMERA
As the de facto international spokesman for the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign, Waters’ contempt for Israel and the Jewish people is often on full display at his concerts, which feature visuals such as a flying pig emblazoned with a Star of David and anti-Israel rants. Continue Reading »
Israel’s national air carrier El Al Airlines drops promotional package for BDS activist Roger Waters that was advertized on its website.
El Al Israel Airlines said it promptly canceled a promotional package that appeared on its website for an August concert in Budapest by Pink Floyd band member Roger Waters—a vocal activist in the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel—when it learned of the “sensitive issue” on Wednesday.
“This matter was brought to my attention yesterday afternoon,” Sheryl Stein, an advertising/public relations/social media manager for El Al, wrote in an email to JNS.org Continue Reading »