An analyst says the Israeli regime is losing its “friends in the world” due to the success of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Movement (BDS).
Allen Roland, online columnist from California, said in an interview with Press TV that Tel Aviv is “rapidly losing its international audience” because of the BDS movement.
“Israel is rapidly losing its friends in the world,” he stated.
The analyst also noted that Israel has no constitution, adding that it has a set of basic laws which actually facilitate racial discrimination against Palestinians.
Discrimination against Palestinians is escalating following Israel’s announcement of plans to ban Palestinian workers from riding the same buses as the ones Israeli settlers ride in the occupied West Bank.
The decision comes in the wake of continuous calls by Israeli settlers in the West Bank to ban the Palestinians from public transportation, claiming that their presence poses a security risk.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has called for an end to the Israeli regime’s discrimination against the Palestinian people in the occupied West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
Hundreds of Palestinian laborers travel every day from the West Bank to work mainly in the construction business under Israel’s entrepreneurship.
Roland said once the boycott takes hold and the BDS becomes a “hard reality” for Israel, the United States will be affected by that as well.