Jimmy Johnson

Palestinians denied a voice in Canadian film set in West Bank

Jimmy Johnson
23 September 2013

Inch’allah focuses mainly on experiences of a young white doctor.

Israel and Mexico swap notes on abusing rights

Jimmy Johnson and
Linda Quiquivix
21 May 2013
Mexican soldiers stand in front of crowd of protesters holding flags

Military cooperation between Israel and Mexico has risen sharply in recent years.

Book review: fresh thought on Israeli colonialism offered by "Global Palestine"

Jimmy Johnson
2 May 2012
Global Palestine is a recommended new contribution to the growing literature discussing Zionism as a form of settler colonialism.

Against the engine of violence: New book explores history of unarmed resistance in Palestine

Jimmy Johnson
23 April 2012
Wendy Pearlman’s new book describes how the historical organizational structures of the Palestinian liberation struggle help to determine the methods of resistance against the British, the Jordanians and the Israelis.

With campus propagandists like these, the satire writes itself

Jimmy Johnson
14 April 2012
Jimmy Johnson’s ironic report on a Zionist propaganda event at Wayne State University, which was protested by student activists.

New book deconstructs myth that the Zionist left wants peace

Jimmy Johnson
2 March 2012
Anti-Zionist scholar, writer and longtime activist Tikva Honig-Parnass’s new book False Prophets of Peace: Liberal Zionism and the Struggle for Palestine critically analyzes Israel’s left.

New book explores Jewish opposition to Israel's occupation

Jimmy Johnson
9 January 2012
A new book critiques and examines how diaspora Jews articulate solidarity with Palestinians and the Palestine liberation struggle, including the growing boycott movement against Israel.

Book review: How Zionism paved way for permanent war

Jimmy Johnson
15 December 2011
A new book spotlights the fundamental nature, history and context of Israeli settler-colonialism in Palestine.

Elia Suleiman's sublime "The Time That Remains"

Jimmy Johnson
9 May 2011
The Time That Remains: Chronicle of a Present Absentee is a must-see by writer-director-co-star Elia Suleiman.

Palestinian rights don't factor into Israel-Azerbaijan relations

Jimmy Johnson
28 March 2011


A remarkable and damning January 2009 diplomatic cable released by WikiLeaks paints an ugly picture of crude pragmatism in Israeli-Azerbaijani relations. Jimmy Johnson comments.


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