Lawfare case against three local councils that passed boycotts fails. Read more about First "boycott ban" case defeated in UK high court
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The former head of the Israeli military Shaul Mofaz was allowed to speak in the British parliament on Monday despite calls from Palestinians and their allies for his immediate arrest due to alleged responsibility for war crimes. Read more about War crimes suspect Shaul Mofaz evades arrest at UK parliament
Officials from the Israeli embassy in London were sent to a conference at the University of Bath to gather information on writers and activists, say organizers. Read more about Israeli embassy monitored activists at UK conference
Organizers of a major pro-Israel conference taking place in London this weekend have been vetting the political views of those registered to attend. Read more about Critics banned, Islamophobes welcomed at "We Believe in Israel" UK conference
Leaked screenshots from a private StandWithUs UK Facebook group show student supporters of Israel want to “attack BDS.” Read more about Revealed: pro-Israel students plot "smear campaigns" to "attack BDS"
Documents seen by The Electronic Intifada reveal a complicated year-long attempt to undermine Palestine solidarity at the prestigious University College London with legal threats. Read more about Documents reveal pro-Israel lawfare attack at University College London
Broadcaster floods its programs with Israeli spokespeople and Zionists presented as “impartial” analysts. Read more about Is the BBC trying to shore up support for Israel's assault on Gaza?
Conservative activist Raheem Kassam has generated headlines about “extremism” on UK campuses. Read more about How front group "Student Rights" undermines Palestine solidarity
The Community Security Trust has accused the leading human rights organization of anti-Semitism over a harmless tweet. Read more about Zionists smear Amnesty over "cocktail" joke
Paul Martin is a BBC-linked journalist who I exposed as a fraud last month, in a major investigative feature. Although a freelancer, Martin has been described by Newsnight as “our correspondent” at least once. The problem is that Martin has a bad habit of using false identities and making up stories, as my article showed. Since this story got out, Martin (whose real name seems to be Paul Cainer) has been trying to cover his tracks. Read more about BBC's Palestine hoaxer Paul Martin tries to cover his online tracks
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