Editors reportedly found criticism of Israel “too radical.” Read more about Did France's Libération silence author Sarah Schulman over Gaza?
Anti-BDS efforts pushed by legislators advance in New York and Illinois. Read more about Pro-Israel group targets Jewish professor over Palestine activism
An email from an Icelandic financier invoked fears that rich, powerful Jews would harm the country’s economy. Read more about How anti-Semitism helped Israel reverse Reykjavik's boycott vote
Students say New York Times reporters posed inappropriate questions for story on campus anti-Semitism and the BDS movement. Read more about Student troubled by New York Times reporter's “Jewish litmus test”
The LGBTQ magazine is more than willing to provide a platform for bigoted diatribes peddled in the service of pinkwashing Israeli apartheid. Read more about Why is The Advocate afraid to talk about Palestine?
“Israel and Pinkwashing” author’s new book is an interesting read, but falls into some of the traps it ostensibly aims to criticize. Read more about Limited solidarity with Palestine in Schulman's "Queer International"
Ban was imposed two years ago under threat from Zionist donor. Read more about Queer activists welcome end of New York LGBT Center's ban on Palestine events, but plan to test it
Israel’s strategy of “pinkwashing” — using its supposedly stellar record on gay rights — to obscure abuses of Palestinian human rights has done more to provoke than to quiet criticism. Read more about Israel's pinkwashing exposed as dishonest at New York debates
Sarah Schulman’s New York Times op-ed Israel and ‘Pinkwashing’ outs Israel’s gay marketing plan that activists have termed “pinkwashing” and consistently sought to resist and expose. Read more about Pinkwashing, 2008-2011: Obituary for a hasbara strategy