“Politically motivated censorship” aimed at silencing human rights defenders,
Khashoggi murder suspects played key role in Israel-Saudi ties.
Two million people “caged in a toxic slum from birth to death,” says UN human rights chief.
Lobby groups’ vicious attacks on chart-topping singer backfire.
Global defiance of US threats is blow to international far-right.
The trajectory of the gay rights movement can sometimes resemble the jagged line on a heart monitor. Gains and setbacks can land with equal force and frequency. This week’s events included a legislative win and oral arguments before the US Supreme Court in a momentous case.On Tuesday, the court heard long-awaited arguments in a case filed by Colorado baker Jack Phillips — the proprietor of Masterpiece Cakeshop, who refused to sell a wedding cake to a same-sex couple because he felt doing so clashed with his Christian faith.
After campaign, activists told Boeing 767 maintenance deal ended two years early.
Activists celebrate victory as renowned charity abandons venture with Elbit Systems.
Group promoting “accountability” paints misleading picture of its work.
US public strongly supports single democratic state if two-state solution fails, survey shows.
We Are Change Recently, I spoke with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the alarming rate at which Australian home prices are rising as the real estate bubble proves to be more volatile than ever. Home prices in Australia have risen the most in 7 years as massive market manipulation takes place forcing even the middle class to rent rather than buy homes. The average home values in capital cities surged 12.9% in March alone.
Public “may react adversely” to views of Bassem Tamimi, immigration department claims.
By not announcing the results of an official probe, a leading Australian college is tarnishing the reputation of staff and students who advocate a boycott of Israel.
By: N Wahid Azal Cui bono?
A “lawfare” case brought by Israeli group Shurat HaDin was opposed even by Australian Zionist lobby groups.