Anti-Semites remain among Israel’s closest supporters and most fervent cheerleaders. Read more about Israel embarrassed by its Holocaust-denying allies in Poland
Israel activists’ attacks on the UN agency for Palestinian refugees are not motivated by simple hatred of Palestinians or the UN, though that’s evident in their constant demonization of both. Read more about Video: UNRWA's Chris Gunness demolishes anti-Palestinian activist on Fox
Students at Suffolk University have launched a campaign to “disinvite” the ADL chief. Read more about Why is Boston college honoring top Israel lobbyist Abe Foxman?
Should a publication that seeks to foster “a new conversation about Israel and Palestine” perpetuate Nakba denial and tolerate discourse that excuses or denies sexual assault? Read more about Nakba denial and rape culture at Peter Beinart's Open Zion
Unless the Palestinian narrative is recognized and fully acknowledged, nothing, especially the discredited “peace process,” can stop Israel’s continued ethnic cleansing of Palestine. Read more about Finding my way to Palestine through narrative
Last night in Tel Aviv, police forcible prevented a group of Israelis from peacefully and silently commemorating the Nakba – the 1948 ethnic cleansing of Palestine. This came just days after hundreds of Israeli high school students caused consternation by loudly cheering for Nazis as they watched a play on Holocaust Remembrance Day. Read more about Israeli police forcibly prevent Nakba event and Israeli high schoolers cheer for Nazis
What happens with Israeli media watchdog group CAMERA tries to rewrite history and go after Ilan Pappé. Read more about Ilan Pappé and CAMERA: how Zionists are fighting history
New York Times bureau chief Ethan Bronner promotes Israeli propaganda that Palestinian refugees were forced from their homes only after Arab armies intervened on 15 May 1948, ignoring the reality that hundreds of thousands had been forced out since December 1947. Read more about Ethan Bronner's Nakba denial in The New York Times