Natalie Portman has decided enough is enough, and she has sprung into action against antisemitism – by publishing a post on Instagram
A group called the Campaign to Boycott Supporters of ‘Israel’ in Lebanon are calling to boycott the new Marvel movie Thor: Love and Thunder.
A few days after I saw (and wrote about) Natalie Portman being included on a list of antisemites, it has been brought to my attention that she is on an Israel-hater’s list of Zionists
I respond to a recently published “Comprehensive List of Antisemitic Celebrities”
The problem is that even if her heart doesn’t support BDS; her decision does.
It turns out Portman was lying, at least according to Israeli journalist Amit Segal, who claims to have seen email correspondence between her and the Genesis Prize Foundation.
A letter from an Israeli who is sick and tired of foreigners and uninformed virtue signallers telling us what to do.
After reading Portman’s statement in full and being reminded about a previous interview of hers, something comes to mind
In her explanation of her decision, Portman has gone out of her way to distance herself from the BDS movement and what they stand for
Scenes from the Gala Awards Dinner of the 30th Anniversary Israel Film Festival