Fail: Denver’s BDS Leaders Use Israeli Firm Wix To Build Their Website


JERUSA​LEM – Leaders of the Boycott, Divestment​ and Sanctions (BDS) movement at the University of Denver’s branch of Students for Justice in Palestine built their website using Wix, an Israeli company that provides a free platform for web development.

When Israel website noticed the ironic BDS fail, the website was taken down and replaced with an error message.

In a jab at the students behind the BDS misadventure, Israellycool wrote, “Oh BDSHole from Students for Justice in Palestine at the University of Denver, who was responsible for building their website – you had ONE JOB.”

As Israellycool points out, it is not the first time BDS supporters used Wix to convey their anti-Israel messages to the world. The Cornell University branch of Students for Justice in Palestine also use Wix  as did the Palestinian Holocaust Museum. The latter has since taken down ​its website,​ but the discerning students at Cornell University have kept theirs despite being ​called out by Israellycool.CodePink, an organization that calls for an end to Israeli​ “​apartheid,​”​ also used Wix to build their fundraising website. Similarly, Max Blumenthal, a notorious hater of Israel​,​ supporter of Hamas​, and​ proponent of BDS, turned to Wix’s magic to make his own personal website.

Perhaps most ironic of all, anti-Israel hackers – ostensibly ​internet mavens themselves – decided to use the Israeli site-developer specialists when ​they built a fake Hebrew University website back in May.


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