According to the Daily Mail I've been reported to the British police by "UK Lawyers for Israel" for designing the BDS supermarket labels (available to download and print here). Y'know how you wait ages for one awful institution full of bastards to have a go and then three come along at once?
I only just found out about this today since the Daily Mail article came out on Xmas eve. The police haven't been in touch yet although I don't really expect anything to come from it.
This "UK Lawyers for Israel" is the same group that campaigned to have artwork made by Gazan children removed from a London hospital (see below). Which apparently they were "delighted to report". And the same group who invited extremists from pro-illegal settler campaign group Regavim to speak in the UK. According to PSC, Regavim was cofounded by an Israeli government MP who is "notorious for homophobic remarks, describing LGBT+ Jews as “beasts”, defended violence by Jewish settlers against Palestinians and suggested that Ahed Tamimi, then a 17 year old Palestinian girl arrested for preventing an Israeli soldier illegally entering her home, should be shot in the knee caps."
Well they certainly all sound like lovely people have a firm grasp of the difference between right and wrong. This has all given me a nudge to get more labels available for download, which I'll be doing this week! I'll post about them in my story. I'm also now posting updates on my artwork and links in my new Telegram channel.