Cooperation between academic authorities at the University of California at Davis and influential Zionist organizations could have an adverse impact on Palestine solidarity work there and on college campuses across the country. Read more about Why is Palestine solidarity being criminalized on California campuses?
A “terror expert” in the US is trying to entangle an American non-profit organization in a shroud of secretive conspiracy theories intent on branding it a “supporter of terrorism.” Read more about Why is "terror expert" attacking US solidarity groups?
A number of new initiatives to curtail freedom of speech by conflating opposition to Israeli crimes with anti-Semitism are underway in the United States and Canada. Read more about New moves to curb criticism of Israel in US and Canada
The roster of speakers at AIPAC’s annual policy conference — from Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu to Christian Right paragon Ralph Reed, President Barack Obama and several members of Congress — is clear evidence that the relationship between and interests shared by AIPAC, the religious right and the US government continue unabashed and unchallenged. Read more about Challenging AIPAC and confronting "US interests"
What had started out on 3 June 2010 as a confident journey portending reunion had turned unexpectedly into mindless tragedy. In an interview with The Electronic Intifada contributor Kristin Szremski, Dr. Ahmet Doğan describes his quest for justice for his son slain on the Gaza Freedom Flotilla. Read more about Father of Furkan Dogan, slain on flotilla, seeks justice
While pro-Palestinian activists and supporters of Israel lined opposite sides of South LaSalle Street outside the Northern Trust Building in Chicago on 9 June, James Owens, the outgoing CEO and Chairman of Caterpillar Inc., told a room full of shareholders the company was not responsible for the way Israel uses the bulldozers the company manufactures in the United States. Kristin Szremski reports for The Electronic Intifada. Read more about Activists disrupt Caterpillar shareholder meeting
On Sunday, Booker Prize-winning author Margaret Atwood will accept the Dan David Prize at Tel Aviv University and her portion of the $1 million payout that goes with it. Meanwhile, a mere 40 miles away, students in the occupied and besieged Gaza Strip will still be struggling to find the ways and means to continue their educations. Kristin Szremski reports for The Electronic Intifada. Read more about Defying appeal from Gaza students, Atwood set to accept Israeli prize