I don’t envy the 81 members of the US Congress who are on an expenses-paid trip to Israel this week. Having to listen to Zionist claptrap throughout the junket’s packed schedule is not my idea of a fun vacation.
A new video from NGO Monitor promotes a project to expose the network of funding behind the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement.
What is the best way to smear Palestinians and Palestine solidarity activists and get away with it? The head of a prominent Israel lobby group reveals his list of dirty tricks.
A UK legislator who has introduced an ‘anti-Sharia’ bill into the UK parliament supposedly in the name of equality is co-president of an Israeli organization that favors expulsion of Palestinians, denies the Nakba, and espouses extreme anti-Muslim views.
Activists in Toronto and New York City are fighting and winning against attempts to shut them out of community events.
In an interview with The Electronic Intifada moments ago, Sasha Gelzin, 23, an activist with CODEPINK described what happened when she and four others disrupted the keynote speech of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington on Monday evening.
Organizers of a national gathering to coincide with AIPAC’s annual policy meeting in Washington, DC are urging people to register soon:
You may recall that in January the Seattle Mideast Awareness Campaign had contracted with the local bus company to place ads calling for an end to aid to Israel on area public buses. However, under Zionist pressure, King County officials, responsible for the bus system, reneged on the contract and censored the ads before they appeared. This prompted the ACLU to sue the local authorities.