Lawyers say that there is a “surge of accusations of anti-Semitism against individuals that criticize the Israeli state.”
The Electronic Intifada Podcast
Two weeks ago, the student government at the University of Toledo muzzled debate on divestment.
Checkpoint scenes modeled on real incidents in the occupied West Bank.
Public support for a statewide campaign to pull investments in Israel bonds is growing.
“A new generation of workers and students is seeing how we’re linked — not only as workers, not only as students, not only as Americans, but as people of conscience to the struggle of Palestinians,” says a student activist.
Reporter Charlotte Silver on the latest prosecution of a Palestinian American leader; members of an African Heritage delegation to Palestine recount their experiences.
Israel aims to weaken Palestinian prescence in the occupied city to facilitate takeover of al-Aqsa mosque, says resident.
Israel’s crackdown in Jerusalem has intensified dramatically since the assassination attempt on an extremist who seeks to replace the al-Aqsa mosque with a Jewish temple.
Steven Salaita condemns “meek platitudes of civility” in a recent speech.
As winter approaches in Gaza, families remain without proper housing, infrastructure and access to water.