The ADL email is another indicator that there will be no let up this fall in Zionist groups’ efforts to use all repressive means to stigmatize and punish campus criticism of Israel’s crimes.
Discrepancies cast further doubt on the credibility of university officials’ explanations for their firing of Salaita and their lack of transparency over the influence of major donors.
After Israel’s attack on Gaza, protestors vow that there will be no “business as usual” for Israel.
The Amcha Initiative, the Zionist organization that has repeatedly intimidated, spied on and harassed students and faculty, appears to be escalating its campaign.
The Electronic Intifada questioned top University of Illinois officials on video about the apparent influence of pro-Israel donors on the decision to fire Steven Salaita.
A new UN assessment lays out the massive needs facing the nearly 1.8 million Palestinians in Gaza, but uncertainty remains over an agreement to lift restrictions on the movement of goods and people.
After student walk-out, Salaita reaffirmed his commitment to teaching and called on the university to reinstate him.
In one alarming case, an Ohio University student is being condemned for making a video protesting Israel’s attack on Gaza.
James D. Montgomery also acknowledged the “adverse” impact that a growing boycott was having on the university’s ability to function.
Meanwhile, the scale of the destruction to Gaza’s infrastructure and economy caused by 51 days of Israeli bombing is becoming starker.
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