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Israel's incompetent global campaign of "lawfare"

Pro-Israel groups are using court venues around the world in an attempt to stilfe the Palestinian-led boycott campaign, but are having surprisingly mixed results.

Divestment vote at University of New Mexico tonight

Students for Justice in Palestine at the University of New Mexico is calling on administration to pull its investments from corporations that profit from human rights violations in Palestine and at the US-Mexico border.

There's still time to catch Emily Jacir's "intervals" in New York City

Exhibition features works by the internationally-celebrated Palestinian artist being shown in the US for the first time.

Call to create divestment committee passes at University of Michigan-Dearborn

SJP is however critical of procedures used that limited debate and input from the resolution’s authors.

Why is the Jewish Agency's Avi Mayer obsessed with race?

Claims that Israel is a “shining city on a sand dune” echo the prejudice of Zionism’s founding father Theodor Herzl.

Northeastern rallies against censorship, racism

Northeastern University, the first in the United States to ban a campus Palestine solidarity group, welcomed a delegation of Israeli lawmakers from racist parties.

Anti-boycott measure slipped into Maryland state budget

American Studies Association calling for “immediate” action by the public to oppose bill making its way through Maryland legislature.

Legal attack on student democracy after King’s College London backs BDS

After pressure from the pro-Israel lobby, the trustees of a London student union are attempting to overturn a democratic vote.

"Representing" Palestine in London

This inner fragmentation, the state of simultaneously being inside and outside is a linguistic manifestation of Israel’s colonial policy of geopolitical and social separation between and among the same people.

Israel jails Druze conscientious objector for the sixth time

“I will refuse to serve in the army even if I’m jailed sixty times,” says 18-year-old Omar Saad.

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