The Israeli prime minister tries to blame Palestinians for the Holocaust and erase the memory of Zionism’s collaboration with Hitler. Read more about Why is Benjamin Netanyahu trying to whitewash Hitler?
Joseph Massad’s Islam in Liberalism shows how the US and Europe define Islam as their non-democratic Other. Read more about How liberalism creates Islam as its enemy
Israel lobby smear campaigns against Steven Salaita, Joseph Massad may hold warning for ambitious college administrators. Read more about Downfall of Phyllis Wise shows high cost of doing Israel lobby's bidding
Draft Security Council resolution would undercut refugee rights. Read more about France launches new UN effort to undermine Palestinian rights
Leaked emails reveal anti-Palestinian bigotry in Sony, Time Warner executive suites. Read more about Al Jazeera America boss mocked as "Hamas" by top Hollywood execs - leaked email
Since Netanyahu’s re-election victory, the talk of a deepening breach between the US and Israel has escalated. But will it translate into real action? Read more about Is Obama really going to get tough with Israel?
Resisting Israeli efforts to rebrand Palestinian indigenous culture as its own is part of resisting ethnic cleansing and erasure. Read more about Why sahlab (and hummus) still aren't "Israeli"
Harsh crackdown on free speech in France has prompted criticism from national and international human rights organizations. Read more about France begins jailing people for ironic comments
Israel continues to exaggerate and exploit anti-Semitism in its effort to bring in Jews and defeat the Palestinian “demographic threat.” Read more about As threats to Jews said to mount in Europe, Israeli minister gets “excited”
The ad, which appeared in The Hollywood Reporter and was signed by Hollywood executives, quotes a famous statement by Golda Meir justifying Israel’s slaughter of Arab children during her time. Read more about Playwright Wallace Shawn translates ADL ad justifying Israeli child murder into plain English
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