Students at Kings College London also passed a motion calling for boycott and divestment from entities complicit in Israeli abuses of Palestinian rights.
US official tells news agency: “You look at those things and it’s obvious they couldn’t have been slipped into Gaza.”
The article “The Dahlan Factor,” appeared for several hours on the Qatar-based broadcaster’s website but was later removed amid claims of “defamation.”
“SodaScream – Bubble trouble” takes aim at the company that manufactures fizzy-drink machines in an illegal Israeli colony in the occupied West Bank.
Earlier this week, Israeli media were abuzz with the news that Beyoncé would be playing a gig in Tel Aviv this summer. The singer’s representative has denied this.
Yesterday, the battle for hearts and minds on campus took several steps forward.
A donor – who specifically blamed “Muslim” students for the vote – is threatening to withdraw funding from the university and to stop hiring its graduates.
The Hollywood star says she was fully aware that SodaStream operates in an Israeli settlement before she agreed to become the company’s spokesmodel and ending her role as Oxfam “global ambassador.”
The attack on free speech at Northeastern is part of a broader war against Palestine solidarity activists on campuses that is being waged by university administrations and Israel lobby groups.
Palestine solidarity activists are facing harsh censorship and retribution on at least two US campuses during Israeli Apartheid Week.
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