After the Lara Fabian boycott, it is time to boycott Natalie Portman’s Dior ad, even though there was another ad featuring Portman only few months back that went unnoticed. This case however seems different as Portman was actually born in Jerusalem.

My question is: How did the ad get past the local authorities if she’s an “Israeli” and should not be on our billboards? How did all the movies she starred in get to our theaters?

I am not fully aware of the boycott law when it comes to the Jewish State. I thought interaction with military or security individuals is forbidden only and considered to be collaboration.

For my part, I wouldn’t want to have any sort of contact whether it’s a civilian or soldier or whatsoever.