Ali Abunimah talks to The Real News about New York governor’s executive order on Israel boycott. Read more about Video: BDS is "democracy in action"
Durham County had joined the boycott of South African goods during the 1980s apartheid era, and current campaigners were able to “use that as precedent for them taking action on G4S.” Read more about Listen: North Carolina county drops Israeli occupation profiteer G4S
Brother of two women murdered by Craig Hicks says he has no doubt that it was an anti-Muslim hate crime. Read more about Why can't media describe Chapel Hill murders as terrorism?
Whatever he says, if anything, in the next few hours, US President Barack Obama’s silence so far on the murders of three young Muslims already speaks volumes. Read more about Obama's silence on Chapel Hill murders already speaks volumes
Guilford College moves Palestinian-American professor’s speech after pressure from family that funded campus building. Read more about North Carolina college bows to donor pressure over Steven Salaita talk
Thirty-seven laws hostile to Islam have been introduced across the US so far this year. Read more about Top players in Islamophobia industry paid over $150,000 per year
The US Palestinian Community Network (USPCN) is asking supporters to sign a pledge to defend civil and human rights as it was revealed last week that the lead government prosecutor of the Holy Land Five has been assigned to the ongoing secret investigation against anti-war and international solidarity activists across the US. Read more about US Palestinians organize as government renews threats to indict solidarity activists
A domestic terrorism case in the US state of North Carolina that I have scrutinized because of the vague nature of the conspiracy charges, and the use of paid undercover FBI informants, has taken a new twist as the government now alleges one of those convicted attempted to hire someone to kill those who testified against him. Read more about US alleges "terrorism" convict plotted to have FBI informants murdered
A judged handed down lengthy prison sentences yesterday to three young US Muslims who were convicted of vague terrorism conspiracy charges. Read more about Decades-long sentences for young US Muslims convicted of vague terrorism conspiracy by "sleeping" jury