The outfit Tony Blair led in Jerusalem is implementing a plan to deny workers’ rights. Read more about Was Blair's "sweatshops for Palestine" agenda shaped by a Labour donor?
Biggest threats are Hizballah and “delegitimization,” report claims. Read more about Israel's global standing continues to sink, top strategists say
UN resolution may boost BDS movement, Israel fears. Read more about Israel punishes the world after UN vote
While speaking to other media, Jabhat Fateh al-Sham turns down EI interview request. Read more about The questions al-Qaida's rebranded Syria affiliate won't answer
Can the foreign policy of the 99 percent prevail over the foreign policy of the one percent? Read more about A "grand bargain" between Saudi Arabia and Iran?
Nuno Wahnon Martins, a representative of the European Jewish Congress, is directly influencing the EU’s relations with Israel. Read more about Israel lobbyist doubles up as adviser to European Parliament
Israel is responsible for the violence that leaves Palestinian children and its own as orphans. Read more about Quartet fiddles while Palestine burns
No evidence provided to back up allegations that organizers of Irish dancing festival faced intimidation. Read more about Media recycles false claims of threats stopping Irish festival in Israel
The cosmetics company has been a longtime boycott target because of its location inside an Israeli settlement and its pillaging of Palestinian resources from the Dead Sea. Read more about Boycott target Ahava may quit Israeli settlement
Farid Esack describes attempts to ban him from French universities as a “huge tactical blunder.” Read more about Boycotting Israel more urgent than in case of South Africa, says anti-apartheid veteran
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