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"Liberation for all": Why Palestine is a key issue on the streets of Ferguson

Rania Khalek
St. Louis
17 December 2014

Mutual solidarity has grown since Michael Brown’s slaying on 9 August.
 

Adam Milstein: Documents he hoped you'd never see

Adam Milstein at a White House function where Michelle Obama appears to avoid him

Adam Milstein, the far-right donor whose secret gifts to UCLA student politicians has sparked a firestorm, has a few more secrets to hide

Why did Israel intervene for convicted US felon Adam Milstein?

Abraham Greenhouse
15 December 2014

A convicted tax fraud trying to conceal his past has become a key financier of anti-Palestinian initiatives on US campuses.

Costly pro-Israel PR campaign fails to stop UCLA divestment

UCLA became the sixth of nine undergraduate campuses in the UC system to pass a divestment resolution, despite expensive efforts by on-campus anti-Palestinian groups to thwart such a victory.

Jewish fraternity “fearmongering” against campus Palestine activists

Leaked Zeta Beta Tau email insinuates that actions by Palestine solidarity activists on campus may include violence against Jews.

Israel tech site paying “interns” to covertly plant stories in social media

Israel21c is hiring students to covertly spread for its stories about Israeli technology on the Internet: “present yourself as though you’re an authority.”

Why are US lawmakers more enraged over Hamas-Abbas deal than AIPAC?

Despite Israel’s bluster, it remains closely allied with the Palestinian Authority, on which it relies to maintain control of millions of Palestinians.

Israel has no right to be an apartheid state, says Boycott From Within founder

Calls on musicians to cancel shows in Tel Aviv are touching a nerve in Israeli society.

University of Cincinnati pays for president's propaganda junket to Israel

Ono has been celebrated for his bold use of social media, which in this case provides valuable insights into how Israel activists court US elites.

Obama “peace” envoy ridicules notion that Palestinians have “rights”

Martin Indyk, the US official in charge of the Palestinian-Israeli “peace process” has publicly ridiculed the notion that Palestinians have rights or are seeking justice.

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