Fadi Kiblawi

I will not be silenced

Fadi Kiblawi
7 April 2006


“Last week, Hillel Director Robert Fishman sent an organizational e-mail over the Hillel listserv accusing me of being a terrorist,” writes GW law student Fadi Kiblawi, “The claims include that I have ‘led chants (of) ‘Death to Jews.’” In this contribution to EI, Kiblawi, a leading advocate of divestment from Israel, demands an apology for these falsehoods, calumny and intimidation, and warns he will take legal action to clear his name against those who launched this scurrilous campaign. He affirms that he and other students who insist on open debate about how to confront Israel’s human rights abuses will not be silenced.

Pro-Israel students host racist Islamophobe to speak for Israel

Fadi Kiblawi
15 April 2004


The Student Alliance for Israel at George Washington University have invited a racist Islamophobe to speak on campus on behalf of Israel. Writing in the GW Hatchet, Fadi Kiblawi tells the story and considers how this episode fits in with the broader campaign for Israel on America’s campuses.

Israel's apologists and the Martin Luther King Jr. hoax

Fadi Kiblawi and
Will Youmans
18 January 2004


Many of Israel’s apologists, and even former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, quote Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. declaring, “anti-Zionist is inherently anti-Semitic, and ever will be so.” There’s only one problem with this famous quote: King never said it, because its a hoax. EI contributors Fadi Kiblawi and Will Youmans investigate the use and abuse of Dr. King’s legacy to justify Israeli abuses, and silence criticism of Israel.

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