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Netanyahu win is “victory for BDS,” says UCLA's controversial pro-Israel student president

Israel lobby-backed UCLA student body president Avinoam Baral concedes that the citations in divestment resolutions about Israel’s human rights violations are “ironclad.”

Hillel threatens Swarthmore chapter over events with Palestinian rights supporters

By implementing censorship policies, Hillel International “is stifling Jewish life on campus and actively driving students away,” say student activists.

UK supermarket Waitrose suffers brand damage for promoting Israel

Store tries to censor activists protesting at its circulation of a glossy brochure from the Israeli tourism office. 

Is Obama really going to get tough with Israel?

Since Netanyahu’s re-election victory, the talk of a deepening breach between the US and Israel has escalated. But will it translate into real action?

Missouri museum censors Ferguson-Mexico solidarity event for including Palestinians

The St. Louis Missouri History Museum canceled a community discussion after organizers refused to remove Palestinian panelists from the event.

Is UN providing Israel with cover for killing Gaza's children?

Despite intense political pressure, the Israeli army could still be placed on UN list of major violators of children’s rights, officials insist.

Why I'm relieved Netanyahu won

Netanyahu is like the “Nutrition Facts” label on a box of junk food: it tells you about the toxic ingredients inside.

On election day, Israeli leaders step up anti-Arab incitement

“Arabs are advancing on the ballot boxes in droves,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warns Jewish voters.

Critics banned, Islamophobes welcomed at "We Believe in Israel" UK conference

Organizers of a major pro-Israel conference taking place in London this weekend have been vetting the political views of those registered to attend.

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