BDS Fail Of The Day: The Witches Of Mideast Wix Edition

Remember the CodePink delegation to Gaza being planned for March? It’s ostensibly the reason the antisemitic Cat Watters contacted me and others to beg for money – with very limited success. A fundraising fail, if you will.

Well, we can add BDS Fail to the story. You see, CodePink have set up the following site to publicize the trip and raise money.

codepink screenshot

Notice the “Wix” button at the top, and the band at the bottom? That tells us CodePink used Wix to build the site. And Wix is an Israeli company.

CodePink are not the only anti-Israel, pro-BDS organization using Wix. There’s also the Cornell University branch of ‘Students for Justice in Palestine and the ‘Palestinian Holocaust Museum‘ (which are both still using it, despite a story from November calling them out on it).

Will CodePink stick to their “principles” and redo the site with Israel-free software?

About as likely as Cat Watters raising the needed funds for her trip.

(hat tip: Cif Watch)

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  • unpluggged

    Almost every site engine out there uses Israeli code to some extent: LZW compression libraries, Zend PHP engine, RSA security algorithm… So these hypocrites should cease running web sites completely.

    • ShirlinOz

      They need a stone tablet and flint. That’s about all that is available to them.
      Someone suggested a while back a pencil and paper, but seeing as to how they will be made in China, guess that’s out.

  • unpluggged

    Almost every site engine out there uses Israeli code to some extent: LZW compression libraries, Zend PHP engine, RSA security algorithm… So these hypocrites should cease running web sites completely.

    • ShirlinOz

      They need a stone tablet and flint. That’s about all that is available to them.
      Someone suggested a while back a pencil and paper, but seeing as to how they will be made in China, guess that’s out.

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