And we talk to the author of a new thriller on Palestinian resistance to Israel.
Center for Constitutional Rights
Toddler book “P is for Palestine” faced ban at a New Jersey public library.
Human rights groups warn UN against further delay in publishing settlement business database.
Mossad-linked group Shurat HaDin engaging in “unlawful interference.”
Efforts to pass bills attacking Palestine solidarity movement have failed to pass by regular means.
Dutch researchers handcuffed, abused by Israeli interrogators before being expelled.
Omar Shakir says move against him aims to “muzzle dissent.”
Academic boycott grows in popularity across US universities despite lawfare campaigns aimed at silencing scholars.
Protracted lawsuit sought to block historic vote to boycott Israeli goods.
Lawsuit alleges ban on Palestine group violates free expression.
Civil liberties groups say executive order violates free speech protections.
“Covert campaign” targets Al-Haq, the Palestinian legal group which has scored successes in efforts to hold Israel accountable.
Recent events have left Arab and Muslim students wondering if the prestigious New York university is safe for them.
Law firm’s withdrawal of funds from Harvard is latest example of growing anti-Palestinian censorship.
Expanding climate of repression has a direct chilling effect on students.
Lawyers argue that the “Communication Management Unit” regime flouts US ban on cruel punishment.