Paper of record gives Jared Kushner first crack at spinning executive order.
apartheid South Africa
The possible presidential candidate is weak on Palestinian freedom, but did tell those seeking to censor BDS to “apply to a school in North Korea.”
Benny Gantz recycles apartheid South Africa propaganda.
Newspaper of record is still a gatekeeper on Palestinian freedom and equal rights.
Bahrain conference faces boycotts and protests.
But António Guterres quickly reasserts commitment to failed international consensus.
Israeli broadcaster gets loan guarantee in case Eurovision is canceled due to earthquake, war or BDS.
Jewish “nation-state” law a public relations disaster for efforts to market Israel as democratic.
Nazi group Azov is now a unit of the Ukrainian armed forces
New group will act as front for covert war on Palestinian rights movement.
Omar Shakir says move against him aims to “muzzle dissent.”
State Department paves way for new Israeli attacks on Gaza.
Destruction of Bedouin village “reminiscent of the darkest of regimes such as apartheid-era South Africa.”
You can't talk about research and education in Palestine without confronting occupation and apartheid.
Campaigners unbowed as Israel names 20 groups whose members will be denied entry.
Prominent human rights activist jailed by Mubarak has become apologist for Sisi.
States have a legal obligation not to assist Israel in the commission of its crimes.
Apartheid South Africa tried and failed to use similar efforts to cover up its crimes and deflect pressure.
No one is entitled to strip Palestinians of their right to resistance and self-defense.
Israel's campaign against the BDS movement threatens basic freedoms all over the world.
Law firm’s withdrawal of funds from Harvard is latest example of growing anti-Palestinian censorship.