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Anti BDS Bills: U.S. Crackdown on Palestinian Activism Videos
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Anti BDS Bills: U.S. Crackdown on Palestinian Activism

Elected officials are targeting your free speech rights because they want to shield a foreign government from criticism.

about 4 days ago
On Sunday I Will Watch Israel Destroy My Home Op-Eds & Analysis
Eid Khamis, Forward

On Sunday I Will Watch Israel Destroy My Home

As I write these words, I await Israel’s destruction of the only home and community that I have known in my 52 years of life. The 180 residents of my West Bank village, Khan al-Ahmar — men, women and children — will soon be forcibly removed from our land in order to expand Israel’s illegal settlements.

about 5 days ago
Why Palestinians Like Me See Little Hope 25 Years After the Oslo Accords Opened the Door to Peace Op-Eds & Analysis
Maen Hammad, TIME

Why Palestinians Like Me See Little Hope 25 Years After the Oslo Accords Opened the Door to Peace

Today marks the 25th anniversary of the Oslo I Accord, the first agreement between the Israeli government and the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), famously signed on the lawn of the White House.

about 1 week ago
I Advised the Palestinian Negotiating Team. It Was a Mistake to Have Negotiated With Israel at All Op-Eds & Analysis
Diana Buttu, Haaretz

I Advised the Palestinian Negotiating Team. It Was a Mistake to Have Negotiated With Israel at All

Twenty-five years ago this month, on the White House lawn, the lives of a generation of Palestinians changed forever when the late Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat, shook hands with Israeli Prime Minister...

about 1 week ago
25 Years After Oslo Accords, Mideast Peace Seems Remote as Ever Op-Eds & Analysis
David M. Halbfinger and Isabel Kershner, The New York Times

25 Years After Oslo Accords, Mideast Peace Seems Remote as Ever

When the Oslo peace accords were signed a quarter-century ago, residents of Jericho celebrated. Their dusty, 11,000-year-old desert city was given autonomy before anywhere else on the West Bank. Palestinians saw it as a foothold for what they trusted would become their own new state. But nothing has turned out as they expected.

about 1 week ago
Trump Administration Tells Palestinian Refugees To Submit Or Starve Op-Eds & Analysis
Noura Erakat, The Washington Post

Trump Administration Tells Palestinian Refugees To Submit Or Starve

The Trump administration’s decision to end funding for the U.N. agency responsible for Palestinian refugees, or UNRWA, fulfilled a long-standing goal of Israel and its American supporters. For years, Israel has sought to resolve the refugee crisis through policies aimed at normalizing Palestinian exile and denying Palestinian rights.

about 1 week ago
Is Speech Critical of Israel Anti-Semitic? Op-Eds & Analysis
Jaweed Kaleem and Teresa Watanabe, Los Angeles Times

Is Speech Critical of Israel Anti-Semitic?

As protests against Israel and the U.S. government’s alliance with it have roiled college campuses across the country — with demonstrations in recent years shutting down speeches by pro-Israel speakers from the University of Minnesota to San Francisco State University — a few questions have repeatedly come up.

about 1 week ago
Trump Administration Adopts New Definition of Anti-Semitism In Schools News Roundup
Michael Stratford, Politico

Trump Administration Adopts New Definition of Anti-Semitism In Schools

The Trump administration is changing how the Education Department investigates allegations of discrimination against Jewish students, backing an approach that is favored by pro-Israel groups but that critics worry will stifle free speech on campus.

about 1 week ago
Education Dept. Reopens Rutgers Case Charging Discrimination Against Jewish Students News Roundup
Erica L. Green, The New York Times

Education Dept. Reopens Rutgers Case Charging Discrimination Against Jewish Students

The new head of civil rights at the Education Department has reopened a seven-year-old case brought by a Zionist group against Rutgers University, saying the Obama administration, in closing the case, ignored evidence that suggested the school allowed a hostile environment for Jewish students.

about 1 week ago