A censored documentary provides a look at a lobby that continues to defend Israel’s control of Palestinian lives, despite the many Americans turning against it… Israel, often working with U.S. groups, spies on pro-Palestinian students… Zionist lobbyists want students who support Palestinian rights to be criminally prosecuted… Facebook accounts are created by Israel lobby groups, a notorious project is exposed as being funded by major pro-Israel donors in the U.S…
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A leaked clip from a censored documentary shows an Israeli Embassy official describing how she used fake identities on Facebook. It also reveals that the official, an American citizen named Julia Reifkind, led a pro-Israel group that worked to stir up anti-Muslim, anti-Arab resentment at UC Davis with unfounded allegations of “antisemitism.”
Ha’aretz obtained Al Jazeera’s four-part documentary about the Israel lobby, censored following pressure by Jewish-American groups . It shows how Israel’s Strategic Affairs Ministry works with pro-Israel U.S. officials and groups to manipulate Americans…
A leaked clip from a censored documentary indicates that a pro-Israel, anti-Arab protest was manufactured with help from staff and students from the Hoover Institution, located at Stanford University. In the clip, a student says they were forced to participate. A student laughs that they sold out for $50,000 and benefits.
Leaked clips from film, pulled by Qatar in bid to appease U.S. Jewish community, show ‘astroturfing’ by college students involved with right-wing think tank, claim to reveal top U.S. donor of BDS blacklist.
Al Jazeera did a hard-hitting investigation into US and Israeli lobbying – so why won’t they air it?
A documentary called The Lobby, directed by Clayton Swisher, secretly filmed pro-Israel US activists and Israeli government officials. It was completed last autumn, but still hasn’t been shown. Swisher says several “leaders of Jewish American organisations” met with Qatar’s registered agent Nick Muzin “to see if he could use his ties with the Qataris to stop the airing.” Since October, Swisher says, “We’ve faced a series of unexplained delays on broadcasting our project, the likes of which I’ve never experienced….”