The killing of a Palestinian-American boy on Friday was neither a random occurrence nor a simple act of Islamophobia. It happened because many media reports misinformed Americans, and politicians, including the President, repeated Israeli spin and disinformation
Google has refused to run our ad, labeling it “Election Advertising”, which it clearly is not. See for yourself. We’ve now submitted this one. Stay tuned to see if they run it…
The May 11, 2022, killing of Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh is part of a deadly, decades-long pattern. Over 22 years, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has documented at least 20 journalists killed by Israeli forces. Despite numerous IDF probes, no one has ever been charged or held responsible for these deaths. The impunity in these cases has severely undermined the freedom of the press, leaving the rights of journalists uncertain.
For 75 years, Israel has denied its dispossession and expulsion of the Palestinians. Now, belatedly, the international community must recognize the Nakba
Burley-Sunshine-Ross’s version of “antifascism” involves viciously attacking longtime critics of Israeli apartheid like David Rovics, Norman Finkelstein, Alison Weir, Medea Benjamin, etc The goal: destroy the movement, one victim at a time…
London hospital removes Gaza children’s artwork after a complaint by ‘UK Lawyers for Israel’ on behalf of Jewish patients who felt ‘vulnerable’ and ‘victimised’ by the Palestinian artwork
Roth remains concerned, stating: “Criticizing Israel is not limited to me, and most scholars have no comparable capacity to mobilize public attention” He also seeks clarification about who was behind the dean’s original decision (some names have already been floated)
The U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights resisted pressure to adopt an Israel-centric definition of antisemitism that Israel and its partisans have been embedding in institutions around the world…
Kenneth Roth: “I was told that my fellowship at the Kennedy School was vetoed over my and Human Rights Watch’s criticism of Israel. How can an institution that purports to address foreign policy – that even hosts a human rights policy center – avoid criticism of Israel?”
Twitter continues its censorship of Palestinians; does new owner Elon Musk need to address the algorithms and individuals still in place responsible for the censorship?