For decades, when they haven't been squatting, stealing, and slaughtering the innocent, the Palestinians and their supporters have constantly called for "boycotts" of all Israeli products, as well as Israeli tourism and any other interaction with the Jewish state that doesn't involve bloodshed. Many entertainers refuse to perform in Israel, a few out of conviction, most out of fear; and many companies avoid Israel because they're simply cowards, and have been successfully terrorized by the Palestinian organizations. The latest is the founder of Linux, the open-source software giant. Quoting from "Globes: Israel's Business Arena:"
"The Palestinian boycott has spread to the Israeli high-tech world. Richard Stallman, who initiated the free software movement and launched the Linux operating system, has cancelled his lectures in Israel following Palestinian pressure, according to Gal Mor's blog 'holes in the net.'
Yes, it'll do that, all right!