There is an important article depicting the complexities of the BDS issue: "Culture Group Rebuffs Bid To Condemn Boycotts: It features a photo and three paragraphs on the position of Theodore Bikel (not identified, alas, as the board chair of Meretz USA):
The article also mentions that the international BDS movement called for a boycott of New York's "Other Israel Film Festival," and this caused some people to withdraw their involvement:
“We believe they’re boycotting it because it’s a Jewish festival, an Israeli festival,” said Carole Zabar, the film festival’s director.In an op-ed, an Orthodox rabbi writes a nuanced piece appealing for a more thoughtful and authentically Jewish analysis, informed by moral considerations, regarding the requirements of Halacha (Jewish rabbinical law) on this matter: "The Rental Controversy In Israel: A Time For Bold, Ethical Halachic Decision-Making." It bears mentioning that the recent anti-Arab Israeli rabbinical ruling has been almost universally condemned in mainstream Jewish media, both here and in Israel.
There's also an op-ed worth reading by a UJA-Federation planner on "Israel and the Challenges of Peoplehood."