Posts Tagged “boycott”

Israel hits legal wall in censorship battle

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Israel hits legal wall in censorship battle

Israel hits legal wall in censorship battle Israel’s campaign to bully and censor its critics has expanded from imposing censorship of journalists in Israel and harsher brutal censorship on journalists in the occupied Wes Bank and Occupied Jerusalem has expanded further to foreign lands through its sinister AIPAC Lobby. The lobby and its allies have…

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Federal Court in Arizona blocks anti-BDS law targeting Israel critics

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Federal Court in Arizona blocks anti-BDS law targeting Israel critics

Federal Court in Arizona blocks anti-BDS law targeting Israel critics U.S. Federal District Court Judge Diane J. Humetewa Friday suspended an Arizona State law that has been spreading across America like a cancer that singles out critics of Israel for special punishment. The Law targets anyone who “boycotts” Israel for any reason denying them the ability…

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Israeli-American actress Natalie Portman defines the moderate voice

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Israeli-American actress Natalie Portman defines the moderate voice

Israeli-American actress Natalie Portman defines the moderate voice As the occupation of Palestine approaches 70 years this week, Palestinians and champions of justice need to carefully distinguish between extremists and moderates, and to reject blanket attacks against people because they are Israeli or Jewish. The BDS movement is two movements: an extreme movement against Jews…

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JVP urges companies to stop supporting illegal settlements

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JVP urges companies to stop supporting illegal settlements

JVP urges companies to stop supporting illegal settlements Jewish Voice for Peace identifies four top companies that are instrumental in supporting the racist, illegal all-Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank on lands stolen from Palestinian Christian and Muslim owners. Those companies are shameful and include: Caterpillar, Priceline.com, TripAdvisor and Airbnb. These companies are contributing…

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Jerusalem elections: Arabs have too many noses to cut, faces to spite

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Jerusalem elections: Arabs have too many noses to cut, faces to spite

Jerusalem elections: Arabs have too many noses to cut, faces to spite Saudi Gazette Newspaper, Sunday, October 27, 2013 By RAY HANANIA There is a war over Jerusalem. Well, there has always been a war over Jerusalem, but this time it involves Israelis and Palestinians. Jerusalem has always been an occupied city and it remains…

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سذاجة المقاطعة الثقافية لإسرائيل

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سذاجة المقاطعة الثقافية لإسرائيل بقلم راي حنانيه Idiocy of the cultural boycott against Israel The يحب المتطرفون العرب أن يكرهوا إسرائيل، ولا يهم إن كانت العلاقات مع إسرائيل جيدة أو سيئة أو في غاية السوء، كل ما يهمهم هو أنهم يكرهون إسرائيل، مهما يكن. هدفهم هو إرجاع عقارب الساعة إلى الوراء والعودة بالزمن ليتمكنوا من…

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EU’s principled stand on Palestine

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EU’s principled stand on Palestine Saudi Gazette Sunday July 21, 2013 By RAY HANANIA The European Union dramatically announced this week that they would prohibit any cooperation with any of the racist and illegal settlements that Israel has constructed in the West Bank, such as Gilo, Ariel and others. These settlements are the obstacle that…

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End Israel’s boycott of Palestine (Arabic)

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يجب أن تتوقف إسرائيل عن مقاطعة فلسطين End Israel boycott of Palestine بقلم راي حنانيه مرة أخرى يُنشر مقال رأي ينادي بتوقف العرب على مقاطعة إسرائيل، في صحيفة أمريكية كبيرة وهي النيويورك تايمز. أمّا الكاتب فهو السيد إيد حسين، وهو باحث كبير في دراسات الشرق الأوسط في مجلس العلاقات الخارجية، وهي منظمة تُنفق الكثير من…

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End Israel’s boycott of Palestine

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End Israel’s boycott of Palestine

End Israel’s boycott of Palestine Saudi Gazette  Sunday, March 10, 2013  By RAY HANANIA Once again there was another Op-Ed calling for an end to the Arab boycott of Israel in a major America newspaper, this time the New York Times. The author is Ed Husain, a senior fellow for Middle Eastern Studies at the Council…

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