Burdon’s press agent couldn’t provide The Electronic Intifada with any details and other inquiries have gone unanswered. Read more about No evidence of “threats” that prompted The Animals’ Eric Burdon to cancel Israel gig
Israel practices “institutional and societal discrimination” against its Palestinian citizens: this is the conclusion of the US State Department in its newly-published Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2012. Read more about US State Department: Israel practices "institutional discrimination"
The Aubagne International Film Festival has called on Israeli filmmaker Yariv Horowitz to retract the claim, widely reported in Israeli media, that he was the victim of a vicious anti-Semitic beating by “Arab youths” that left him unconscious while he was present at the festival earlier this month. Read more about Israeli director Yariv Horowitz must retract false claim of anti-Semitic attack says Aubagne film festival
French police have given The Electronic Intifada additional details about what allegedly happened that cast further doubt on Horowitz’s accounts. Read more about Did Israeli filmmaker Yariv Horowitz fabricate story of brutal attack by “Arab youths” in France?
The Electronic Intifada has captured even more horrifyingly racist and violent statements by Israeli soldiers on Facebook targeting Palestinian children. Read more about Israeli corporal Ari Ben Reuven says: “break every bone” of crying Palestinian boy seized on way to school
The smears are meant to paint Palestine solidarity activists as anti-Semites and holocaust deniers. Read more about Peter Beinart's Open Zion apologizes for one smear against BDS activists, but then spreads another
Brutal racist lynching of 3 Palestinians in Jerusalem highlights unchecked incitement, impunity in Israel Read more about Lynching in Jerusalem: where impunity and Israel's unchecked racial hatred lead
A Jewish Agency propaganda official is caught perpetuating a blatant lie denying Israel’s role in the death of a Palestinian toddler. Read more about Jewish Agency official Avi Mayer blames Israel's social media ineptness on "lying" Palestinians
Yesterday I wrote about a program run by the National Union of Israeli Students (NUIS) to pay Israeli college students $2,000 to spread hasbara – propaganda favorable to Israel – on social networking sites. This raised a further question: who pays for this and what role do Israel’s government and other organizations play in this use of students to deliver propaganda? Read more about Israel's "pretty face": How National Union of Israeli Students does government's propaganda dirty work
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