Israel supporter who provoked a minor altercation on campus had been trained on how to confront boycott campaigners.
Israel21c is hiring students to covertly spread for its stories about Israeli technology on the Internet: “present yourself as though you’re an authority.”
Another video with faked description has been uploaded to YouTube in an effort to justify Israeli child-killings.
The video is not from Palestine. It is actually from Syria. It was first posted to YouTube at least five months ago.
An isolated incident, quickly condemned and handled by UNRWA, cannot become a justification to obscure Israel’s record of attacks on civilians, including schools, children and teachers.
As the death toll from Israel’s savage bombardment of Gaza continues to climb, Israel has once again turned to students to sell the slaughter online.
This is the latest example of blatant cultural appropriation of indigenous Palestinian and regional culture to add to a long list that already includes falafel, hummus and olive oil.
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.
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