BDS admit they botched South African arrest report

In a clarification, BDS activists say they mistakenly reported that South African police had issued arrest warrants for IDF brass.

Instead, they say, the warrants were issued by Turkey, though they maintain that the Turkish warrants were circulated South African border agents.

The warrants were issued in response to a complaint by South African activist Gadija Davids, according to the BDS activists.

“South African authorities have confirmed in writing to Ms Davids that they have received the Turkish warrants of arrest against the Israeli commanders and have accordingly circulated the suspects on the South African Border Control system on 3 September 2015,” the note reads.

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