The steady growth of the international movement to boycott Israel, known as the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions campaign (BDS), its opportunities, and impacts, is the focus of this study. The campaign, which protests Israel’s occupation of Palestinian land, continuous violations of international conventions and law, and racist policies adopted against Palestinians, has had an increasing impact, in particular inside Israel. It reveals that inside Israel, concern over BDS has reached a point where some warn of the possibility of Israel shortly becoming an international pariah like South Africa during its Apartheid period. The study examines these reactions and draws out official and unofficial views of the campaign, stances toward its policies, and discussions of the movement inside Israel. It also demonstrates the methods adopted by Israel in its confrontation with BDS as the movement has grown.